outdoors
Get batty with the DWR in mountain catch-and-release event
Utah’s night life is great for many reasons, say officials with the state Division of Wildlife Resources. But some of the most exciting sights happen away from bustling city venues, on natural land...
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Sage-grouse comment period is extended
On Aug. 1 the U.S. Forest Service extended the public comment on a supplemental notice of intent in the Federal Register to prepare an environmental impact statement which would amend the Forest Se...
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Want to hunt? Education class mandatory for those born after 1965
The Division of Wildlife Resources is advising prospective young hunters that if they want to hunt in Utah this fall they must complete a hunter education course. In addition to the hunter educatio...
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Mosquito season is upon us
Utah’s public health officials are reminding all residents who will be outside during the summer to protect themselves from mosquito bites, according to a press release from the Utah Department of ...
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  • Aquatic life feeling the stress of low water, warm weather
    by Emma Renly
    The Times-Independent
    08.02.18 - 09:15 am
  • “Iconic” Bikers in Moab
    by Emily Lawson
    The Times-Independent
    07.12.18 - 10:19 am

  • On Tuesday, Aug. 7 Grand County Emergency Medical Services and Grand County Search and Rescue responded to a serious mountain bike accident on the Ramblin’ Trail in the Navajo Rocks trail system, according to an EMS report. The patient suffered serious injuries but was in stable condition. Rescuers carried the patient out on a litter then transported the individual to Moab Regional Hospital.                                                Courtesy photo
    On Tuesday, Aug. 7 Grand County Emergency Medical Services and Grand County Search and Rescue responded to a serious mountain bike accident on the Ramblin’ Trail in the Navajo Rocks trail system, according to an EMS report. The patient suffered serious injuries but was in stable condition. Rescuers carried the patient out on a litter then transported the individual to Moab Regional Hospital. Courtesy photo
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