The evening of Oct. 16, a sold-out Eccles Theatre in Salt Lake City hosted renowned astrophysicist and Hayden Planetarium director Neil deGrasse Tyson. The recipient of twenty honorary doctorates and […]
The northern Wasatch mountain range is experiencing another near-record low snow year. On January 31, precipitation totals were tallied for the month showing statewide below-average snowpack. The northeast Uintah Basin […]
Two national monuments in Utah have become five smaller and less inclusive national monuments. Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument was reduced from 1.9 million acres to around 1 million acres […]
Social media feeds erupted with news after President Trump issued an executive order to shrink two national monuments in Utah and that he would be visiting the state’s capitol on […]
Utah anglers have something extra to be thankful for on Thanksgiving. The Utah Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Wednesday in favor of the Utah Stream Access Coalition in the non-profit’s […]
“A lot of times people listen to respond instead of to understand,” said Erin Dominguez.
“Nobody is doing what we’re doing now,” said Boice. “We’ll view this as our contribution to the fly fishing market.
Weber State University Research Foundation’s Oct.27 board meeting included a presentation from Ogden City officials on a proposed “makerspace.” Makerspaces are community resource centers for manufacturing and developing ideas, providing […]
Over 300 students visited the Shepherd Union ballrooms between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to attend the STEM Fair on Sept. 27. Forty-seven groups were on site to meet prospective […]
Former first lady Michelle Obama was greeted by a standing crowd of 1,500 on Thursday in the Grand America Hotel’s Grand Ballroom in Salt Lake City as Beyonce’s “All the […]