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Silence of a Ghost Town—Grafton, Utah

Silence. No people, just empty buildings and cobwebs gathering in the windows.

Aside from the occasional door creaking in the breeze, there’s no place more silent than a ghost town. 233 more words


Friday Five 2.0 Linkup: Reasons to hit the trails!

I am linking up the Friday Five 2.0 with Running on Happy and Fairytales and Fitness. This week I am going to give you five reasons to try some trail running. 432 more words


Mystery Valley, Utah

While we were exploring Monument Valley way back in 2014, we decided to do a guided tour of Mystery Valley as well. I don’t recall what we paid for the tour, but I do recall the fighting that was going on between the people who were selling the tours. 341 more words


UTAH – Weber County has filed court documents denying wrongful-death allegations by the husband of a woman who died while undergoing heroin withdrawal in the county jail…



Oops! Was That a Rock?

What an auspicious ending to our Moab visit. Last night as Jerry was listening to the NC State Wake. Forest basketball game with only 2 minutes left in a close game he suddenly exclaimed “Where is that water coming from?” Wow, there was a lot of water on the floor by the kitchen sink. 1,325 more words


Utah's governor proposes taking gas tax money to pay for transit improvements

SALT LAKE CITY — Tucked into the governor’s annual budget recommendations is a proposal to dip into funds normally earmarked for road repairs to pay for improvements to mass transit. 381 more words


Should women vote? A politician is doing major damage control after apparently suggesting no

A Republican party elections official from Utah now says he “full heartedly support[s] the rights of all women and men to vote” after writing a Facebook post over the weekend that appears to read otherwise. 381 more words

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