Before and after pictures are stunning, but danger of a repeat incident still remains.
Here’s what Standard-Examiner readers had to say about North Ogden’s scrutiny of its recycling program.
“The market used to be such that we would collect recyclable waste and when we’d dump it, it was either free or we’d get money for the waste,” said Finance Director Evan Nelson. “That’s all changed.”
Despite alarms being sounded nationally by environmental advocates, Utah regulators say the Trump administration’s U.S. Environmental Protection Agency hasn’t done much to derail efforts in improving the state’s air quality.
The request is unrelated to the Bear River Water Development Project, which has already secured 220,000 acre-feet.
A new aerial video helps show the extent of the Spring Creek Road Landslide, which has prompted evacuations and continues to grow as spring runoff increases.
Weber Basin Water Conservancy District was busy through much of the winter installing another round of secondary meters, which means some Weber County households found themselves thinking about their water use a little sooner than usual.
Lots of questions and misunderstandings are swirling about Utah’s federal public lands, especially with the recent downsizing of the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments.