National Park Service

The Mule Deer Foundation is a significant donor for Cinnamon Creek property

Earlier this month the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources purchased the Cinnamon Creek property in Cache and Weber counties, designating the property as a state wildlife management area for conservation and outdoor recreation. While the purchase of the property is credited to the UDWR, a number of partners came together to make it a reality.

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As the world rushes to deal with the omicron COVID-19 variant, doctors at Intermountain Healthcare say people in Utah should focus on the variant that’s already here — the delta variant.


More people across the state are starting to report package theft from their porches as the holiday season nears. 

The Herald Journal

The body of a Cache Valley man was discovered by a Logan road worker on Tuesday morning after a motorcycle crash that police believe occurred sometime earlier.




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Eating the Past: post-Thanksgiving cravings

Nov 30, 2021
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On this week's Eating the Past, hosts Tammy Proctor, Jamie Sanders and Jeannie Sur share their favorite post-Thanksgiving foods.

Eating the Past: stalking the wild mushroom

Nov 30, 2021
An old-time black and white photo of two people standing outside, holding large mushrooms.
Evelyn Funda

Like most people of Czech ancestry, my immigrant family loved to hunt mushrooms, and we found several varieties in the nearby Payette National Forest. There was a large yellow one that we called a “cauliflower mushroom,” which my mother cleaned off the dirt hidden in its many crevices, and then she chopped, sauteed, and mixed it with beaten eggs.

TestUtah is seeing record-breaking numbers as many Utahns are lining up to make sure they are safe after their Thanksgiving gatherings and travel.

The omicron COVID-19 variant is continuing to raise concerns as the holiday season continues.

New charges filed in pending sexual assault case from 2019

Nov 30, 2021

Cache County prosecutors have filed additional sexual assault felonies against a man charged in 1st District Court over two years ago.


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Twitter will no longer let its users publish private videos or images of other people without their consent, in a new policy expansion meant to prevent harassment and abuse on its platform.

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Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, a moderate Republican, says he won't run for a third term. Although he's one of the nation's most popular governors, Baker was facing a tough primary challenge.

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