Tag Archives: Utah

Huntsville UT Monastery to Close

According to the Associated Press: A northern Utah man has bought the land where a monastery is closing after 70 years in hopes of preventing future development and preserving the legacy of the landmark. Bill White of Huntsville purchased Abbey … Continue reading

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Utah Looking to Protect “Dark Skies”

By Dawn House, writer for sltrib.comĀ [1] Utah is emerging as a global leader in protecting dark skies from light pollution, attracting visits to the Colorado Plateau that during the next decade are expected to pump $2.5 billion into rural economies. … Continue reading

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We Are Loving Utah’s Natural Wonders to Death

The traffic into and out of Utah national parks and other scenic attractions is spiraling upward out of control. Last summer on a quick visit to Zion National Park, there were cars parked along both sides of the road for … Continue reading

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Topaz, Utah: Let It Never Happen Again

by Sean Means, Reporter [1] Topaz, [Utah] for those who didn’t learn it in history class, was one of 10 internment camps built by the government of the United States of America during World War II. More than 110,000 Americans … Continue reading

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A Playground for St. Christopher’s Mission, Bluff, Utah

Behind one of its historic buildings, St. Christopher’s Episcopal Mission in Bluff UT has a large rectangular area that the resident priest–Father Red Stevens–is developing into a playground area for the local Navajo residents and visiting church groups from around … Continue reading

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