A recent article in Forbes Magazine caused quite a stir, calling Utah the third-most toxic place in...
The decision may settle a nearly 20-year dispute between private landowners and recreation advocates.
A recent article in Forbes Magazine caused quite a stir, calling Utah the third-most toxic place in America. But it’s a little more complicated than that.
Increasing numbers of deer have seemingly been moving into North Ogden, and officials have been debating whether to permit hunting of the animals in the city, among other things, to thin their numbers.
The city council has debated whether to launch a program to capture and remove the animals, permit hunting of the critters or do nothing.
The balancing act for how to use the Lahontan wetlands surfaces some dilemmas residents along the Great Salt Lake may have to face soon if water levels continue to drop.
Harvesting brine shrimp on the Great Salt Lake is not a one-man operation but a multi-million dollar industry that employs hundreds of people in the area.