Mike Godfrey, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Mar 24th - 1:18pm
Twenty-five years on, the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone National Park is still a controversial topic. But it's now possible to separate fact from fiction and provide answers and clarity to lingering questions.
Town leaders said they will work to preserve a 1870s Episcopal-Methodist Church that serves as a relic of the town’s foundation by pioneers who were not members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
This year's Black History Month celebrates the 15th Amendment's sesquicentennial and the 19th Amendment's centennial. While there has been much progress made, many say the African American vote is still an “ongoing struggle."
Salt Lake City resident Seraph Young made history 150 years ago when she became the first woman to vote under gender-equal voting laws in U.S. history. But who was she and why isn't she a household name?