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Forest Service plans prescribed burn in Lackey Basin in La Sals
U.S. Forest Service fire managers will soon ignite up to 1,700 acres in the Manti-La Sal National Forest as part of a prescribed burn designed to reduce the potential for catastrophic wildfire. For...
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New ‘assistance card’ raises funds for search and rescue groups
Hoping to make more funding available to strained search and rescue teams throughout the state, the Utah Legislature passed into law last month the Utah Search and Rescue Assistance Card (USARAC) p...
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<b><i>Time traveling...<br></b>
Brennon Keogh shows his “TARDIS Access Pass” during the Grand County Public Library Comic Con on Saturday, April 11. A replica of the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space) time machine and spacecraft from the British science fiction TV series “Doctor Who” was set up at the event. A Comic Con celebrates comics, animation, science fiction and fantasy book, film and television programs and characters. Several hundred people attended the event, which included crafts, speakers, themed art and vendors and ended with a costume contest. Photo by Tom Haraden
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Forum seeks to address causes, solutions for affordable housing ‘crisis’
by Molly Marcello
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Calling Grand County’s lack of affordable housing a “crisis,” local leaders focused on the causes and potential plans for action during an April 13 public forum sponsored by the Grand County League...
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