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Poor Lake Powell 15.5.2009 From the Blogs
Dreams of a full reservoir dashed again
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Black Canyon awash in victory 15.5.2009 Denver Post: Local
A roaring white arc of water cascading over the Crystal Dam and into Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park on Wednesday was a sign of victory. ...
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Black Canyon gets a scouring 14.5.2009 Denver Post: Local
A whitewater torrent rushed over the Crystal Dam on Wednesday and coursed into Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. ...
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Dam release pours through Black Canyon 14.5.2009 Denver Post: Local
A torrent of white water poured over the Crystal Dam today and coursed into Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. ...
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Zions conference to focus on international trade 13.5.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Does going global make sense for Utah businesses in the midst of the worst worldwide recession since the 1930s? A slate of speakers at the forefront of U.
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Lessons learned on white sands of Fla. beach 12.5.2009 Durango Herald
What's going to happen to the Durango Arts Center? Will we ever see melodrama again in this town? Will the college ever stage another summer of Shakespeare? What's happened to the famous risk-taking Durango Rep? How will the Henry Strater Theatre fair in its new direction? Will Durango Lively Arts continue to search for viable family shows? Will the new youth collaborative, Imaginary Friends,
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Most restaurants dispense with Zion Curtains 12.5.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Starting today, bartenders may hand drinks directly to diners sitting at restaurant counters when a portion of new legislation goes into effect that makes sweeping changes to Utah's liquor laws.
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Castle Rock Cut shortcut reopened 10.5.2009 Custom Search
PAGE -- Castle Rock Cut, the popular passage saving uplake boaters 12 miles of Lake Powell travel, has reopened to boat travel, the National Park Service announced Friday.
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End of the Trail? 10.5.2009 Durango Herald
COMB RIDGE, Utah - Exploring the Southwest on foot and with burros in the early 1930s, 20-year-old vagabond artist Everett Ruess wrote, "I shall always be a lone wanderer of the wilderness. ... I'll never stop wandering. And when the time comes to die, I'll find the wildest, loneliest, most desolate spot there is."Now we know he did.
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Castle Rock Cut shortcut reopened 10.5.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
PAGE -- Castle Rock Cut, the popular passage saving uplake boaters 12 miles of Lake Powell travel, has reopened to boat travel, the National Park Service announced Friday.
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Lake Powell boating shortcut reopens 9.5.2009 azcentral.com | news
The National Park Service announced that the Castle Rock cut just north of the Wahweap marina reopened on Friday as a combination of rising lake levels and an eight-foot deeper channel combined to make the passage safe.
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Zion National Park plans prescribed burns 8.5.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Zion National Park » Zion National Park plans to conduct a series of small prescribed burns. The first will happen around Monday and will be near the Zion Lodge in Zion Canyon.
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Black Canyon river flows swell after 36-year fight 8.5.2009 Denver Post: News: Local
After one of the biggest water battles in Colorado history, extra water began flowing out of the Crystal Reservoir on Thursday to restore Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. ...
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Search scaled back for missing Lake Powell boater 6.5.2009 Custom Search
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- The search is being scaled back for a Florida man missing since April 25 after a boat with six people aboard sank in Lake Powell in southern Utah.
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Search scaled back for missing Lake Powell boater 6.5.2009 Custom Search
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- The search is being scaled back for a Florida man missing since April 25 after a boat with six people aboard sank in Lake Powell in southern Utah.
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Critics: Upbeat stress tests ignore bad bank assets 5.5.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Investors are optimistic that results of stress tests on the nation's 19 largest banking companies will show the industry is basically sound, even though a handful of banks such as Wells Fargo might need to raise more capital.
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Dive teams still searching for boater's body in Lake Powell 2.5.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Crews with sonar on Friday continued the search for the last of the four people believed killed when a boat sunk at Lake Powell. The body of Robert Prescott may be with the 20-foot rental speedboat that sunk Saturday, said Brian Sweatland, a spokesman for the National Park Service at Lake
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Zion Narrows reopened to kayaking 1.5.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Zion National Park Service officials said the North Fork of the Virgin River will reopen to kayaking today, four days after the area in the Narrows region of the park was closed following multiple rescues last weekend.
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Local author recycles Mesa Verde lore 1.5.2009 Durango Herald
Local author Duane A. Smith, who has written or collaborated on five books about Mesa Verde, has made the most of his expertise in a slim new book. In Mesa Verde National Park, Smith contributes eight pages of text and short captions for 183 photographs, prints and maps.
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Narrows in Zion National Park reopening 1.5.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
ZION NATIONAL PARK » The Narrows area at Zion National Park is reopening. The Zion Narrows were closed after several groups had difficulties in the canyon, which is remote and can have high water.
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