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Natalie Gochnour: 5 predictions for Utah in 2015

The New Year brings with it lots of emotions — pessimism for some, optimism for others. And for everybody it brings anticipation. What will 2015 bring? I took out my crystal ball and came up with five predictions for 2015….

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Deadline passes for public land handover demanded by Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — A deadline Utah set for the federal government to hand over 31 million acres of public land quietly passed this week with no such transfer, something predicted by both critics and supporters of the state’s push…

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Go west — new cry for Salt Lake City’s downtown development

URBAN RENEWAL • Salt Lake City’s big plans to upgrade its largely industrial, culturally diverse and partially blighted west-side downtown neighborhood could leave some groups scrambling for new homes. Though dubbed an urban gateway, the western edge of Salt Lake…

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Mountain Accord tackles future of Wasatch Mountains

SALT LAKE CITY — A light-rail system may someday connect the Salt Lake Valley to Park City, the Bonneville Shoreline Trail will be completed and groups will work furiously to repair streams that are broken from pollution. Against this backdrop,…

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Johnson Mountain Ranch Named 2014 Utah Leopold Conservation Award Recipient

Sand County Foundation in partnership with the Utah Farm Bureau Federation, Utah Cattlemen’s Association, and Western AgCredit are proud to name Johnson Mountain Ranch as the recipient of the prestigious Utah Leopold Conservation Award. Stuart and Carma Johnson, with their son Jared and his wife…

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BLM finalizes collaborative agreement for cultural resource consultation

slideshow (SALT LAKE CITY) — The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), together with the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation and the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), recently signed an agreement outlining how the state and federal government consult to manage…