This week in Utah news:
The Bureau of Land Management offers a $10,000 reward after a prehistoric petroglyph panel was defaced with the words ‘White Power.’ Utah’s new homeless services coordinator says that rather than building a new shelter, existing facilities need to transition people out of homelessness more quickly. And the challenge to protecting threatened cultural relics inside the Bears Ears National Monument.
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