BY PAUL ROLLY
Somebody is playing dirty tricks in San Juan County in an apparent attempt to turn American Indians against the proposed Bears Ears National Monument.
A phony news release purportedly... Read Original Story
BY ALEX HONNOLD
ust over eight years ago, I completed a free solo ascent – unroped – of the one of the most beautiful and challenging climbs in the world: a 350 metre crack called Moonlight Buttress... Read Original Story
BY ABRAHM LUSTGARTEN
Wedged between Arizona and Utah, less than 20 miles upriver from the Grand Canyon, a soaring concrete wall nearly the height of two football fields blocks the flow of the... Read Original Story
BY ANNE MINARD
In a room filled with song, two mighty spiritual traditions came together this week to celebrate sacred ground, and the life force that emanates from Mother Earth herself.
Tribal... Read Original Story
BY GEORGE WENDT
We need more fighters like Martin Litton.
We all have the opportunity to experience the Grand Canyon, in no small part because of one man’s vision and his refusal to compromise.... Read Original Story
BY BRETT ROPER
By now, most people should be aware the federal government is considering declaring the Bears Ears area of southeastern Utah a national monument.
The proposed monument would set aside... Read Original Story
BY BRIAN MAFFLY
Despite visceral opposition to a Bears Ears national monument from Utah political leaders, a new poll indicates more than two-thirds of registered Utah voters support such a... Read Original Story
BY BILL HEDDEN
By the time Congress passed the Antiquities Act in 1906, the indigenous population of America had been reduced by 97 percent. Yet the purpose of the 1906 law was to protect the... Read Original Story