The Census is about three weeks into its self-response operations. “Due to our nation’s situation, the U.S. Census Bureau is adjusting its timeline to give all residents the opportunity to respond and have announced a new timeline,” said a press release from the department.
A spokesperson for the Southeast Utah Group of the National Park Service said Friday that Arches and Canyonlands would be closed to all park visitors starting Saturday, March 28.
The Bureau of Land Management’s plans to possibly lease two parcels in the shadow of Sand Flats Recreation Area for oil and gas exploration were dashed last month after local government leaders successfully lobbied for their removal from July’s lease sales.
The devastating economic impact COVID-19 will inflict on Grand County’s tourism economy makes it more important than ever for residents to complete the 2020 U.S. Census, officials say. The Census Bureau mailed out roughly 140 million invitations to do so between March 12 and March 20.
National Park Service administrators who oversee the Southeast Utah Group of parks and monuments are taking seriously multiple recommendations from local health and municipal officials that Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park close to the public.
Retirement and the effects of aging come with a lot of changes, but at least one thing remains constant. Every April 15, Uncle Sam wants to make sure Americans pay any taxes they might owe him.
The Bureau of Land Management’s Utah quarterly oil and gas lease sale resulted in competitive bids for 22 parcels offered in the BLM’s Green River District, totaling over $284,000 in receipts, according to a press release from the agency.
Many immigrants in Utah question how recent changes to the public charge rule will affect their families. WIC, the supplemental nutrition program for women, infants and children, is not included in the rule. Pregnant women, newborns and children up to the age 5 may fully participate in the WIC program regardless of immigration or citizenship status, according to a statement from the Utah Department of Health.
Bernie Sanders won Utah and a majority of its 29 delegates by a wide margin, including in Grand County where he picked up 574 votes in the Super Tuesday Presidential Preference Primary election. Second place finisher Elizabeth Warren placed second in Grand County with 285 votes while Joe Biden finished with 208.
A spokesperson for the Southeast Utah Group of the National Park Service said Tuesday, March 3 that Kayci Cook Collins is the interim acting superintendent for the area’s national parks through May, 2020.
Bernie Sanders won Utah by a wide margin, including in Grand County where he picked up 574 votes in Tuesday’s Super Tuesday Presidential Preference Primary election. Second place finisher Elizabeth Warren placed second with 285 votes while Joe Biden finished with 208.
In 1971, years before Moab would become a tourism hub known worldwide and only two years after the Slickrock Trail was opened, extraction was the name of the Grand County economy’s game. That year, in December, a company that would go on to become a major part of the Chevron Corporation drilled a 12,000-foot well in the Sand Flats Recreation Area in search of oil or gas.