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Goodbye Monticello

As things have turned out, it was time for me to leave southeast Utah. It had been a wonderful three years, first living at Natural Bridges National Monument at the north end of Cedar Mesa, then a half year in a town, Monticello, Utah. 179 more words


Lone tree ~

On a recent trip to Utah I took a boatload of bad photographs and only a handful of decent ones. This is my favorite: a small pine tree clinging to the rim of Bryce Canyon.


Popular Hikes in Utah

A successful leader with more than a decade of business experience, Isaiah Kingston serves as the chief financial officer for Washakie Renewable Energy, LLC. When he’s not busy overseeing strategic business plans and developing financial strategies for the Utah-based company, Isaiah Kingston enjoys hiking. 215 more words

Isaiah Kingston

Three more Dammeron Valley Utah subdivisions choose to exit HOA

Meadows and Ranches exited Dammeron Valley Landowners Association (DVLA) last year

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

The association-governed, common interest community industry, led by trade group Community Associations Institute (CAI) would have the public believe that the demand for living under HOA private government is high. 941 more words


Four-star DB MyKael Wright names the leader in his recruitment

Two teams are emerging for four-star defensive back MyKael Wright (5-foot-11, 165 pounds, Valencia, Ca.), but only one of those two were good enough to be named the frontrunner. 101 more words

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Featured Gift Shop Item • Scout Jewelry

The St. George Art Museum has brought in some great new products into our gift shop and we are in love with these new Scout Jewelry pieces. 70 more words


Capital Reef National Park Views from Highway 24

After Leaving Goblin Valley we headed toward Torrey, Utah where we would spend the night. It was late in the day when we reached Capital Reef and the light on the rocks was spectacular. 39 more words