OGDEN — Area officials can’t verify details from a Facebook post claiming three cougars killed a dog Monday on the trails near Ogden Canyon.
OGDEN — Ogden City has connected with more international partners in its drive to become a hub for the outdoor industry.
When solar and energy consumer advocates reached a settlement with Rocky Mountain Power over net metering this month, the short-term future of rooftop solar looked clear.
Still sifting through the ashes from the Uintah Fire, emergency officials want Utahns living in high-risk areas to prepare for the next big blaze.
As Utahns anxiously watched developments during last week’s Uintah fire, videos began circulating on social media showing a helicopter dramatically scooping up a bucket of water from residential swimming pool.
By the end of August, before wildfire smoke began to billow throughout Weber County, Sara Findlay had already been to the doctor three times to treat upper respiratory infections for her asthma.
Rocky Mountain Power reached a settlement with rooftop solar advocates last week on net-metering, but as with many things utility-related, the settlement is long, cryptic and confusing.
After announcing a settlement earlier this week, both Rocky Mountain Power and solar industry advocates heaved hard-won, if ephemeral, sighs of relief.
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is again proposing more cougar permits ahead of the fall hunt, despite concerns from conservation groups.