Category Archives: May 2014

A road less traveled

Print this articleA Tenth Circuit Court ruling keeps a Utah route closed to motorized use and may affect other RS 2477 claims In a decision hailed by environmentalists but decried by counties and motorized-use advocates in Utah, the Tenth Circuit … Continue reading

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Where the beefalo roam

Print this articleGrand Canyon takes steps to oust a wandering herd of non-native beasts It’s been more than a decade since a trophy bison herd started making a mess on Grand Canyon National Park’s North Rim, and finally, officials are … Continue reading

Published in May 2014

Ban on ‘non-native’ endangered species passes

Print this articleAn ordinance aimed at keeping the Gunnison sage grouse or any other “non-native” animal species that might be listed federally as endangered or threatened from being introduced into Montezuma County was passed unanimously by the board of commissioners … Continue reading

Published in May 2014

Lawsuit charges mill with violating laws for radon releases, open pits

Print this articleA conservation group is suing over radioactive air emissions at the White Mesa Uranium Mill near Blanding, Utah. The Grand Canyon Trust, with offices in Flagstaff and Moab, filed its complaint April 2 in U.S. District Court in … Continue reading

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Where the wild things are

Print this articleAnimal models from Montana visit McElmo Canyon to ‘pose’ for photos For a short time in April, McElmo Canyon was home to a Bengal tiger, a grizzly bear, and some wolves. Triple D Game Farm brought the trained … Continue reading

Published in May 2014

New educational approach is STEAMing up

Print this articleIn education, buzzwords and acronyms are commonplace, sometimes making school-board meetings seem as if they are spoken in a foreign language. But there is a new buzzword taking hold. Locally, it is getting parents, teachers and students excited … Continue reading

Published in May 2014