Enjoying a Thanksgiving holiday picnic and hike with family in Lem’s Draw east of Blanding. Brent Flavel photo
Understanding and addressing the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls has been brought to the forefront in the United States, with hundreds of organizations working to preven
A new Blanding City Administrator is set to begin work in the near future after the Blanding City Council voted to begin contract negotiations with David Shayne Johnson.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) confirmed during a site visit that an unknown party or parties removed the illegally installed structure referred to as the “monolith” sometime on the evening of
A man in his 90s from the Montezuma Creek/Aneth area recently passed away, marking the 32nd victim of the COVID-19 virus in San Juan County.
It’s not unusual in high school sports for a team to lose all its starters to graduation one year and face a rebuilding season the next.
COVID-19 will impact high school sports and activities, games to be broadcast on Redrock 92 Radio and PictureItPalmer.com
Utah high school gyms and event venues are going to be significantly less crowded in the 2020-21 winter season due to COVID-19 as just a handful of spectators will be allowed to attend events.
This week, we asked Monticello High School girls basketball coach Marcia Shumway the same questions we asked boys coach Josh Keyes last week.
In Roman mythology, a pair of twin boys were placed into a basket, set upon the Tiber River, found by a she-wolf, and eventually raised by a shepherd and his wife.