Utah

Austin Cope

In March of 2017, shortly after President Obama designated the Bears Ears National Monument, KSJD spoke with two people who lived near the monument's new boundaries. Slightly over a year later, after drastic cuts to the monument and the beginning of a legal fight over the Antiquities Act, KSJD's Austin Cope reached back out to the people with whom he had spoken.

Ken Lund

San Juan County, Utah may have some reprieve from its rising legal costs.

Ken Lund

Authorities in San Juan County, Utah recently declared the Democratic candidate for District 2 Commissioner, Willie Grayeyes, ineligible to run in the 2018 elections. KSJD's Austin Cope and Gail Binkly sat down to talk more about the story and what could happen next.

Photo by Cool Hand Luke, Illustration by Austin Cope / Creative Commons, KSJD

Utah’s largest newspaper is cutting its newsroom staff by more than a third.

A judge has ruled that a Durango couple will face felony charges related to the closing of a gate in a remote part of San Juan County, Utah.

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