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    Census completes delivery of packets to rural Utahns

    Census workers have completed the 2020 Census “Update Leave” operation, which involved 2020 Census invitations and paper...

    Great American Outdoors Act passes

    Romney and Lee also introduced legislation they hope will limit the federal government’s future purchase of land in Western states.

    Drilling data shows variable potential near Moab; gas sale slated for September

    Now, 99 more parcels locally have been nominated, some lying directly between Canyonlands and Arches.

    Pool opens June 26; fireworks show planned

    The pool will be open Friday through Monday and Wednesday to open and lap swimming. Also, Grand...

    County community, economic development director resigns

    “My nearly six years of employment with Grand County have provided personal and professional nourishment."

    Moab’s children are not underserved; there are better spots for a bike park

    Are our children really underserved regarding recreation opportunities, as stated by the director of Active Transportation and Trails?

    Grand County Council to host panel discussion on race, justice

    Following local and national protests following the killing of George Floyd at the knee of a now-former Minneapolis Police Department officer, the Grand County Council will hold a public discussion about race and justice and is inviting locals to submit questions they want answered during the event, scheduled to be held virtually via Zoom at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, June 16.

    City rejects public hearing request for bike skills park

    Now they worry it will become a tourist magnet or otherwise lose its charm.

    Arches, Canyonlands resume entrance fees

    Park officials are strongly encouraging visitors to pay by credit card at park entrances or to pay online.

    Herbert: ‘Common sense requires’ staying in yellow risk phase

    Local officials who had pushed for Moab to be at a higher risk phase applauded Herbert’s decision.

    Grand County attorney on sheriff’s office reform versus defunding

    In advance of a Grand County Council discussion on race and justice scheduled for Tuesday, June 16,...

    Economic injury loans in Utah reach $365.3M

    The U.S. Small Business Administration said in a statement that as of May 25, the Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program approved 500,074 loans nationally totaling $42.4 billion.

    Utahraptor park plan stalls in committee

    A plan to establish Utahraptor State Park in the area of Dalton Wells, north of Arches National Park, has stalled over concerns...

    State trails council seeks at-large member

    The Utah Division of Parks and Recreation is currently seeking a representative to serve on the Utah Recreational Trails Advisory Council.

    Lawmaker unveils plan for Utahraptor State Park

    HB322 calls for one-time $10M funding infusion “Here’s your headline: ‘A new state park...

    Star Hall forum to discuss future of Lake Powell

    A forum to discuss the future of Lake Powell and the long-term issues regarding its management, hosted...

    Mike Lee, SITLA director defend trust’s mission

    If public schools benefit first, where does that leave everyone else? At a recent...