2018-02-09

Celebrate Our Heritage of Wood and Crafting

WAYNE COUNTY – Sawmills, campfires, and wood crafts are all part of local tradition. How does your family use wood harvested from our area forests? From native peoples and pioneers to modern wood crafters, people have been using local wood to produce arts and crafts for generations. Wayne County wood crafters create everything from bowls to wood toys. For instance, […]

SUU Bringing Community World Travel in 2018

CEDAR CITY – With stops in China, France and England, Southern Utah University’s new Community on the Go program took groups of adult community members from all walks of life to places around the world in 2017. In 2018, Community on the Go trips are slated to be equally as intriguing — if not a bit frightening. From touring ancient […]

Shed Antler Gathering Course Required

SALT LAKE CITY – Collecting antlers that fall off the heads of deer, elk and moose each winter is a popular pastime in Utah. Before you head out the door to collect shed antlers, though, you must complete the Division of Wildlife Resources’ Antler Gathering Ethics course. You can take the free course at wildlife.utah.gov/shedantler. After dropping their antlers, male […]

Leland Williams

ESCALANTE – The Mountain Dew stock fell today with the passing of Leland A. Williams due to the fact that he will not be buying his large supply of soda. Lee passed away January 26, 2018 at Panguitch Hospital. He was born May 4, 1924 at Pleasant Grove, Utah to David Charles Williams and Florence Minerva Anderson Williams. He was […]