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Entrada Institute Hosts “Classic Conversation” with Dick Pace

TORREY – “Classic Conversations,” sponsored by the Entrada Institute, focus on 1-hour dialogues with a wide range of individuals—from poets to ranchers—who have special connections to Wayne County, Utah. Richard “Dick” Pace will be the guest for “Classic Conversations” today, June 3, at 6 p.m. at Robbers Roost in Torrey.
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New District Headquarters for WCFD Construction Begins in May, Along with Wildland Firefighter Training Classes

WAYNE COUNTY – As a dry year turns warmer and winds continue, it’s looking very much that it will be a bad fire season. Last year saw one of the worst fire seasons in Utah history for the number of human caused fires. According to Brion Terry, Fire Warden for Sevier, Paiute and Wayne Counties, human activities accounted for 63 of the 109 wildland fires in those counties. The question is, “why?” It could be that many more people headed out into the forests and deserts during COVID to be safe and beat cabin fever. Unfortunately, some of those folks—and others who should know better—either don’t understand fire-safe behavior or have a callous attitude towards fire danger they may pose to public and private land.
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Marsha Chappell, a Native of Wayne County, is Entrada’s April “Classic Conversation”

TORREY – The sixth in a series of “Classic Conversations,” sponsored by the Entrada Institute,will take place Thursday, April 1 at 6 p.m. at Robbers Roost. From ranchers to dramatists, elected officials to activists, poets to crafters, and longtime residents to newcomers—dialogues with a diverse group of Wayne County residents are the focus of these “Classic Conversations.”