PRESIDENT TRUMP REDUCES MONUMENTS BY 2,012,834 ACRES

December 4, 2017
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PRESIDENT TRUMP REDUCES MONUMENTS BY 2,012,834 ACRES

In a historic act, President Donald J. Trump appeared at the Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City today to sign a proclamation reducing the land size of the Bears Ears National Monument and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Declaring that past administrations had abused the Antiquities Act by using it to “lock up...

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Press Release from NPS: Fee Free Day Scheduled for Arches National Park

December 1, 2017
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MOAB, UT – The National Park Service is waiving entrance fees to Arches National Park on Saturday, December 9, 2017, and Sunday December 10, 2017, to celebrate completion of the months-long 3R road construction project in the park, and to thank everyone for their patience during the project. Park officials invite the public to...

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RSL Reveals Name, Logo For New Women’s Team

December 1, 2017
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 Professional soccer in Utah has a new look.  Real Salt Lake has revealed the new name and logo for the new Women’s professional soccer team playing in Utah next year.  The new team will be called “Utah Royals FC” with a logo featuring a lion wearing a crown and an image of the Delicate...

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Rep. Curtis Gets House Committee Assignments

November 29, 2017
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(Washington, DC)  Utah’s newest member of Congress will be serving on two committees in the U.S. House.  Congressman John Curtis is now working on the House Foreign Affairs and Small Business committees.  The former mayor of Provo says the positions will help him promote economic growth throughout Utah.  Curtis replaced former congressman Jason Chaffetz...

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U Of U Gets Grant To Research Unusual Painkiller Substitute

November 29, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  Researchers at the University of Utah have received a 10 million dollar federal grant to investigate a safer alternative to opioid painkillers.  Scientists believe venom from marine snails could be used as a substitute for drugs like morphine and oxycodone.  The say the snails’ venom is used to stun and consume prey, but...

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UDOT Press Release: Moab Main Street Construction Begins Monday

November 29, 2017
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Moab, Utah  – The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) will begin roadway repairs on Moab Main Street (U.S. Highway 191) Monday, December 4th. The bulk of the project, centered on repairing concrete slabs, smoothing the ride on Main Street and preserving the Mill Creek Bridge, is being constructed during the winter months to avoid...

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