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Most military veterans of the World War II era returned home to normal, quiet lives and spent the rest of their years without public acclaim. That certainly is not the case with a Utah veteran known as "the Ca...
William Grandstaff inspired an opera, or at least part of one. A 10-minute segment of the proposed opera had its world premiere during the Moab Music Festival.
Farmers in southern Utah are scratching their heads and trying to figure out what caused an unusual phenomenon in an irrigation pond. Earlier this week, Gary Dalton of Circleville discovered a mysterious crater...
Utah's most famous display of ancient rock art is apparently not so ancient after all. Research at Utah State University using natural radioactivity and glow-in the-dark technology uncovered some secrets of The...
Most people take electricity in their homes for granted, only missing it during the occasional power outage. But near Lake Powell, some families have been waiting decades to get electricity, and for some that w...
The public will soon have a chance to see an extraordinary set of footprints left behind by dinosaurs 125 million years ago. The tracks were first discovered by a Moab resident in 2009, but the location has bee...
Millions of Americans served in the military during World War II, but many feel it was the years just after the war that changed the course of this country.
Chemical engineer Bret Webster reveals some of the secrets of his hobby — photographing scenery and the sky. His photos have become a surprising success around the world, even though in some ways he's jus...
State crews are making progress on a seemingly endless project, trying to close up thousands of abandoned mines to protect recreationists from the dangers lurking underground,
A North Ogden man was part of a Japanese-American combat team in World War II that became the most decorated unit in American history, even though most of the soldiers had relatives back home who were locked up...