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WY Game And Fish Seeks Public Input In Elk Feedlot Revisions

11 hours ago
Wyoming News Service

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is reconsidering how it manages the state's winter elk-feeding grounds, in part to mitigate the risk of infectious diseases, and the agency is looking for public input to develop a long-term plan.

Ground Broken For New USU Building In Moab

Nov 20, 2020

Construction for a new Utah State University building in Moab broke ground on Thursday.


Gov. Gary Herbert announced last week that as part of the state’s newest plans for mitigating the spread of COVID-19 and reducing hospital capacity, all college and university students in the state attending in-person classes will need to be tested for COVID-19 each week.

Ryann Richardson

While many colleges and universities worried the COVID-19 pandemic would lead to significant drops in their student populations, universities in Southern Utah saw record enrollment growth this year.

Moab Locals Struggle With Increased Pandemic Tourism

Nov 10, 2020
Utah Stories

With the temperatures starting to drop in southern Utah, locals of Moab are looking for a bit of relief from a record number of tourists this year.

Younger Poll Workers An Asset To Voters In Idaho

Nov 3, 2020
Northern Rockies News Service

Idahoans working at the polls today are likely to be younger than in past elections. In previous years, the majority of poll workers have been over age 60, but concerns about the health of older Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic have pushed election offices to seek help from Millennials and members of "Gen Z."

Zion National Park Sets Record September Visitation

Oct 26, 2020
Haley Hedricks

As St. George, Utah remains sunny and warm this fall, Zion National Park set a record high number in visitors during the month of September.

Hermosa Wave

Election day is right around the corner. For many college students, this year’s election is their first time voting for the president of the United States.

With October being Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the DOVE Center in St. George, Utah is educating locals on how to aid survivors of domestic abuse and offering center resources to survivors.

Photo by Madison Anderson

Dixie State University made the jump from a NCAA Division Two athletic program to Division One this year, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the fall sports will have to wait to make their big debut.

St. George Anti-Mask Rally Sparks Student Responses

Sep 24, 2020
Photo by Engin Akyurt

After video of an anti-mask rally in St. George went viral, students at Dixie State University spoke out about the campus mask mandate.

Students Weigh In On DSU Name Change Conversation

Sep 11, 2020

The name-change controversy at Dixie State University erupted again this year after the Black Lives Matter protests began. Many current students, including Siara Roberts, Elizabeth McQuarrie and Ivan Garcia, favor a change.