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This Secluded Geothermal Hot Spring In Utah Might Just Be Your New Favorite Swimming Spot

Utahns have plenty of options when it comes to swimming spots. From local public pools and water parks, to swimming holes surrounded by natural beauty, you can choose from all kinds of different places to splash and play. There’s a spot in the Beehive State that offers a one-of-a-kind swimming experience, and you’ll find it […] The post This Secluded Geothermal Hot Spring In Utah Might Just Be Your New Favorite Swimming Spot appeared first on Only In Your State.
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How can Utahns save water in drought? Governor wants to buy back your lawn

Gov. Spencer Cox speaks about water conservation as Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson, South Jordan Mayor Dawn Ramsey and Central Utah Water Conservation District manager Rick Maloy participate in a press conference at the Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District in West Jordan on Thursday. (Laura Seitz, Deseret News) — SALT LAKE CITY — Metering all secondary water systems, continuing work with farmers and ranchers to reduce water consumption and starting a statewide turf buyback program are all steps Utah needs to take to be more waterwise, Gov. Spencer Cox said Thursday.
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A landspout struck North Ogden and they are more common than you’d think

NORTH OGDEN, Utah (ABC4) – Photos of an unusual wind pattern caught the attention of social media this week. What appeared to be a vertical tunnel of wind made its way from cloud cover and touched the earth near 5 p.m. Wednesday night in Weber County. It was reported by an ABC4 staff member who lives in the area that a rec-league softball game had to be canceled on the spot due to the concerning sight.
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Moose on the loose: Officials warn Utahns of wildlife sightings

SPRINGVILLE, Utah (ABC4) – In Utah County on Thursday morning, a pair of moose were on the loose in a residential area. Responding to a call and working with law enforcement, officials from Springville, Mapleton, and the county, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources personnel were able to humanely and safely sedate a full-grown moose and a calf to transport them back to a “healthy moose habitat.”
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Utah renters scrambling as eviction moratorium is set to expire this weekend

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – The Biden administration called on Congress to extend a federal freeze on evictions that are set to expire on Saturday. Some Utahns said they’re worried about what will happen to them if the eviction moratorium expires. The order was issued last September to help stop the spread of the virus and give people security as the country shut down.
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'Deeply worried' about nation's polarization, Gov. Cox says Utah has the 'secret sauce'

Gov. Spencer Cox speaks during the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) conference as the crowd talks over him and eats lunch at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City on Thursday, July 29, 2021. (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) — SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Gov. Spencer Cox, a Republican who hasreceived national attention for his calls for political civility, had a message Thursday for conservatives lawmakers across the nation: They might have something to learn from Utah.
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Utah tops 1K COVID-19 cases in a day for the first time since February

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – For the first time in nearly six months, Utah has topped 1,000 COVID-19 cases in a 24-hour period. The Utah Department of Health reported 1,113 new cases Thursday, the first time Utah has topped 1,000 cases in a day since Feb. 9. Three new fatalities raised our death toll to 2,450 with 353 people hospitalized with the virus throughout the state.
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Gov. Cox highlights new water conservation efforts

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Gov. Spencer Cox joined state water officials today to discuss Utah’s current conservation efforts. “This drought has caused all of us to reevaluate how we conserve and motivated us to do more,” Gov. Cox said. “So many Utahns are doing their part to save water, which is fantastic, but there’s […]
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