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    COVID-19 prompts Census Bureau to extend data deadlines

    Due to the impacts of COVID-19, the Census Bureau said on Monday it would ask Congress for a four-month delay in delivering...

    Should BLM regulate bikes and e-bikes independently?

    E-bikes, such as this one offered for rent at Bike Fiend, may soon be regulated separately from regular bikes if a proposed rule change takes effect. The public comment period on the rule change is now open.

    COVID-19 closes Big 5 national parks

    The National Park Service closed each of Utah’s five national parks. Arches and Canyonlands were the first to close. Zion National Park shut down on Friday, April 3, following a recommendation from the Utah Department of Health.

    Three weeks in, 24% of Grand County has responded to Census

    Deanne Zebelean, an official with the U.S. Census Bureau, speaks about the U.S. Census to local business leaders at a luncheon...

    Arches, Canyonlands closed to all park visitors starting Saturday

    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.

    230 parcels, many near Arches, Canyonlands, up for oil, gas lease sale

    A view of Park Avenue at Arches National Park. Supporters of keeping southern Utah’s red rock country relatively free of oil...

    U.S. Census underway

    The devastating economic impact COVID-19 will inflict on Grand County’s tourism economy makes it more important than ever...

    Park service considers closing Arches, Canyonlands

    National Park Service administrators who oversee the Southeast Utah Group of parks and monuments are taking seriously multiple recommendations from local health...

    March oil, gas lease sale nets over $284,000

    The Bureau of Land Management’s Utah quarterly oil and gas lease sale resulted in competitive bids for 22 parcels...

    Retirement and the IRS: What seniors need to know at tax time

    Retirement and the effects of aging come with a lot of changes, but at least one thing remains constant. Every April 15,...

    WIC available to all who are eligible

    Many immigrants in Utah question how recent changes to the public charge rule will affect their families.

    Super Tuesday: Grand backs Sanders

    Terri Byers, foreground, waits in line Tuesday at the Grand County Clerk-Auditor’s office to vote in the Presidential Preference Primary Election....

    Trump announces parks to reopen ‘quickly’; Interior chief says it will happen ‘gradually’

    President Donald Trump said Wednesday that his administration planned to reopen national parks around the country. No details on the timeline for reopening the parks — Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park in particular — were immediately available.

    Should BLM regulate bikes and e-bikes independently?

    E-bikes, such as this one offered for rent at Bike Fiend, may soon be regulated separately from regular bikes if a proposed rule change takes effect. The public comment period on the rule change is now open.

    Arches, Canyonlands closed to all park visitors starting Saturday

    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.

    Groups want more time, meetings for BLM grazing regs

    Thirty-seven conservation groups representing millions of members sent the Bureau of Land Management a letter on Friday, Feb. 14, requesting additional time...

    Arches, Canyonlands announce interim superintendent appointment

    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...