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RadioActive: April 26, 2017

Source: KRCL Hosted by Lara Jones and Nick Burns, tonight’s RadioActive was the second of two nights focusing on the activists and issues of the upcoming Utah People’s Climate March set for Saturday, April 29, at Library Square in downtown SLC. RadioActive Report guests: KRCL’s Jim Boswell contributes his own composition to National Poetry Month Carly

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Trump puts Bull’s Eye on Bears Ears National Monument

Source: KSL.com President Donald Trump on Wednesday vowed to end the “abuses” of the Antiquities Act and return power to the states, specifically mentioning the new Bears Ears National Monument in southeast Utah. Trump, in signing an executive order calling for a review of national monument designations over the past 21 years, said the action

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Utah delegates applaud Trump national monuments order

Source: The Spectrum Calling it a first step that could eventually lead to either the elimination or downsizing of Utah’s two largest national monuments, Utah officials applauded President Donald Trump Wednesday for signing an executive order to review the monument status of two decades worth of monument designations. With a number of Utah officials in

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Just Another Manic Monday – August 29

It’s another…Manic Monday! Hopefully it is treating you well. As the day has gone on, hopefully you have steadily grown to accept that the weekend is over. It’s Monday. Here are some news headlines to give you a reminder of the past week – Utah news and national news. Enjoy. *** Some Utah news… #1.

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Just Another Manic Monday – August 22

It’s that time of week again: it’s Monday. But is it a manic Monday? You be the judge. Here’s a review of the top Utah and national news from the past week. *** Some Utah news… #1. Robert Redford: Obama Must Protect Sacred Utah Land – Even Robert Redford can see the importance of a

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Newest poll shows Utahns still divided on Bears Ears monument

Source: The Salt Lake Tribune New polling indicates Utah voters are divided starkly over whether a Bears Ears National Monument should be designated for the archaeologically rich landscape in San Juan County. A 39 percent plurality opposes a monument, which President Barack Obama has been asked to designate under the Antiquities Act, while 33 percent

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