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(From the Feb/March Z) Herb Ringer’s American West: HERB AND HOPE VALLEY

Herb Ringer’s American West: HERB AND HOPE VALLEY

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(From the Feb/March Z) NETWORK, (1976): A Prophesy of Things to Come…With or Without Trump

NETWORK, (1976): A Prophesy of Things to Come…With or Without Trump

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(From the Feb/March Z) Ken Sleight Remembers: Edna Fridley

Ken Sleight Remembers: Edna Fridley

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(From the Feb/March Z) From the Boom to the Boomers: Another view of the Uranium Boom Days of the 1950s and how Life has changed, Part 2…by Irene Thill

From the Boom to the Boomers: Another view of the Uranium Boom Days of the 1950s and how Life has changed, Part 2…by Irene Thill

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(From the Feb/March Z) An Excerpt From ‘LAST OF THE ROBBERS ROOST OUTLAWS: Moab’s BILL TIBBETTS’, PART 10…By Tom McCourt

An Excerpt From ‘LAST OF THE ROBBERS ROOST OUTLAWS: Moab’s BILL TIBBETTS’, PART 10…By Tom McCourt

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TOROWEEP. 1977

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(KSL) Zion National Park closes 13 climbing routes to protect nesting falcons

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“Zion National Park officials have closed 13 different climbing routes in the park to protect nesting peregrine falcons throughout the area.

The routes were closed Wednesday and will remain closed while park wildlife biologists determine the birds’ nesting locations. Cliffs that don’t shelter nest sites this year will reopen some time by late April or early May. Cliffs with nests will remain closed until the falcon chicks fledge, which usually happens in late July.”

 

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(From the Feb/March Z) THE WAY IT IS THIS MORNING…February 1, 1973…by Jim Stiles

THE WAY IT IS THIS MORNING…February 1, 1973…by Jim Stiles

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THE ARCHES NATIONAL PARK ENTRANCE STATION. Summer 1978…How times have changed.

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The new Arches National Park STOP LIGHT… The tourism/recreation economy keeps giving and giving and…

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