When a book questioning climate change began showing up in several Weber State University...
After a months-long public records battle, the Utah Division of Water Resources has released a deluge of data on municipal water use.
When a book questioning climate change began showing up in several Weber State University professors’ mailboxes this month, they felt frustrated. Now, they’re going to use it as a tool to teach the facts.
From the establishment of the Bear River National Wildlife Refuge in 1928 to many decades of duck hunting, the marshes of the Great Salt Lake have a colorful history.
Utah now has nine official dark sky parks, more than any other state or province in the world. North Fork Park in Weber County was named an International Dark Sky in April 2015. Most recently, Cedar Breaks National Monument near Cedar City was awarded the title last month.
The winter’s ample snowfall is now melting, sending much-needed water downhill to a withered Great Salt Lake. But climate experts caution that relief won’t last.
Skiers and snowboarders celebrated their last ride on the old Wildcat lift Saturday, which is set to be replaced with a high-speed quad.
With the controversy about Bears Ears National Monument still stirring up the state, around 30 students from Venture Academy High School visited the region between March 27 and March 30, talking to locals and visitors about the public land debate.
Like stocks on Wall Street, water shares can be bought and sold, but their price is variable — it depends on supply and depend.
Weber River Commissioner Cole Panter admits most people have no idea what he does. His role, however, is vital in ensuring all the farmers, businesses and residents living in the Weber River Basin receive the water they need.