Sheldon Steed 1958 – 2016

ESCALANTE – Sheldon K. Steed, 58, of Escalante, passed away February 22, 2016 at his home in Escalante. He was born February 14, 1958 in Salt Lake City to Paul and Mary Bybee Steed. He married Marlene Ludgate, later divorced. Married Regina Pollock, later divorced. Survived by his children: Duncan Steed, St. George; Heidi Steed, Escalante; Brandon (Sandra) Steed, Enoch; […]

Repeat, Repeat and Repeat Again:

The Lady Cats Crushed the 1A Teams for the Third Basketball Championship in a Row, Beating Duchesne in the Championship Game 34 to 19 The Lady Cats used a stifling defense to shut out all of the teams they met at the State Championships. As in the past Coach Barney has used his stifling defense to win another Championship (His […]

Bryce Canyon Winter Festival for 2016 at Ruby’s Inn

Historic Ruby’s Inn Brings in Hundreds of Visitors to Celebrate the 2016 Bryce Canyon Winter Festival Bryce Canyon City – Historic Ruby’s Inn celebrated their most successful winter festival to date as part of their centennial celebration over President’s Day weekend. “The event was a huge success,” said Jean Seiler, director of marketing for Ruby’s Inn. “With every room in […]

HWY 12 – Burr Trail Recreation Study to Kick Off

KANAB – The public is invited to join a conversation about recreation management on BLM public lands. The areas to be discussed include public lands accessed by HWY 12 between Tropic and Boulder as well as landscapes along the Burr Trail and Wolverine Loop Roads. The first of three rounds of local area focus groups will be hosted by Colorado […]