2018-11-14

Wild Turkey Population is Thriving

UTAH – As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, many Utahns aren’t aware that they share their state with a thriving population of wild turkeys. Late November is a perfect time to get outside and see them. Turkeys in Utah Today, Utah’s turkey population numbers almost 25,000 wild birds. But that wasn’t always the case. In fact, until the 1950s, established turkey […]

Boulder Planning Commission RSTR Ordinances and ADUs

BOULDER – The November 8 Planning Commission meeting began by recognizing the newly appointed Commissioner, Elizabeth Julian. Next came the public hearing on the Alternate Member ordinance. This ordinance would add an alternate member of the Planning Commission, who would attend and participate in meetings but would only have a vote if a member were absent. This would help the […]

Helma Haas

TROPIC – Helma Richards Haas, 95, passed away on November 10, 2018 in Tropic, Garfield, UT. She was born on November 2, 1923 to her parents, Thomas Ephraim and Blanche Ethel Ott Richards in Tropic. Helma married Lewis Thad Haas on September 14, 1942, in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA. They had three children, son Kenneth Lewis (Susan) Haas, Carson […]

November 15, 2018

LaMar LeFevre

TROPIC – LaMar LeFevre, 92, passed away peacefully on November 7, 2018, in St. George, Utah. Born to Leslie and Flora Johnson LeFevre on March 8, 1926, in Tropic, Utah, LaMar was the second oldest of nine children. LaMar grew up on the land. As a boy, he watched his grandfather’s sheep for weeks on end without a soul in […]