Category Archives: April 2011

‘Sacred Images’ showcases ancient rock art

The photo exhibit, “Sacred Images: A Vision of Native American Rock Art,” will fill the Special Exhibit Gallery at the BLM Anasazi Heritage Center in Dolores, Colo., from April 1 through Oct. 30. The exhibit features Utah rock art in … Continue reading

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Fruits of their labor: Day workers plan an enterprise garden

A group of men waiting at the Day Labor Center in Cortez recently began talking about the links between work and food. Waiting for jobs at the center can be expensive and dispiriting if none are available. But it also … Continue reading

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Bluff, Utah, says no to centralized wastewater treatment

A March 19 decision by the Bluff Service Area Board to take no action regarding its sewage-treatment options has left the town in limbo and at least one board member aghast. The meeting was purportedly held so the board could … Continue reading

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Blowing in the wind: Why renewable energy is slow to catch on in the region

Looking at resources alone, the wide open West is poised to be a breadbasket for the country’s ambitious renewable-energy goals. But finding places to put the necessary infrastructure is proving to be a trickier matter. That’s partly because of a … Continue reading

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