Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Jul 31st - 7:11pm
Zion National Park officials are seeking the public’s help in identifying who painted six blue squares on sandstone features within a northwest section of the park discovered earlier this month before the paint was mysteriously mostly cleaned up.
Friends of Cedar Mountain has teamed up with a worldwide monument organization to begin a $1 million initiative to protect at-risk cultural resources in the Bears Ears monument region from harmful human disturbances.
Overcrowding at Summit County trailheads is inconveniencing locals and even threatening safety, county officials say. So, they're moving to more aggressively enforce parking restrictions in trouble spots.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Jul 16th - 1:18pm
Utah’s wildlife director added a new cougar hunting period, and state wildlife biologists are seeking to add more than two dozen new cougar hunting permits for the regular hunting season in certain parts of Utah.
The Wasatch Front has not suffered terribly from ozone pollution this summer, but extremely active and long-lasting fireworks celebrations over July Fourth drove fine particulate pollution to extremely high levels.
Robert Williamson, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Jul 10th - 12:14pm
It's summer, the time for hiking, camping, mountain biking, fishing and other outdoor recreation opportunities. A quick review of the STOP acronym is in order. The STOP acronym is a simple way to commit to memory what to do if you become lost in the outdoors.