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Great Gray Owl going, going, gone…; What Morgan can learn from historic sighting

By Ron Paul Hundreds of people visited Mountain Green in the months of January and February to catch a glimpse of the Great Gray Owl...

County monitoring recent rising water levels

Above-average snowfall and a February thaw spelled recent flooding concerns in Morgan County, said County Emergency Manager Ian Nelson. So far this year, county officials...

Cokeville bombing survivor tells story to SUP

The Morgan Chapter of the Sons of Utah Pioneers held its monthly luncheon meeting on Feb. 19 at Larry’s Spring Chicken Inn.  Elden Jensen...

Impending Mountain Green City Center development pushes creation of county RDA

Morgan County’s tale of two cities—Morgan and Mountain Green—just got a little more interesting. When Barber Brothers Ford considered a new location for its $5.5...

Miss Rodeo Utah seeks aid for cancer awareness event

The same year Morgan resident McKenna Lynn Hales was named Miss Rodeo Utah, her grandfather, Jan Hales, was diagnosed with terminal esophageal cancer.  “While...

Gollaher’s request for new trial denied; Judge: Recall of alternate jurors did not prejudice...

After more than half a year, a district court judge has denied Scott L. Gollaher’s motion for a new trial. Gollaher was found guilty of...

Morgan County 4-H youth attend inauguration

As the eyes of the world were on Washington DC on Friday, Jan. 20, Morgan High School students Cecily Clark, Tricia Cowgill, Sarah Deeble,...

School board questions transgender policy

A state policy regarding transgender students has some Morgan County School Board members scratching their heads. At issue is this wording: When a harassment incident...

MHS math teachers plan curriculum change

Changes to the math curriculum across the state in the last six years have left Morgan High School math teachers reeling, and now they...

Morgan youth to travel to D.C. for inauguration

While Morgan County residents watch Donald Trump’s inauguration from 2,000 miles away, five Morgan youth will actually be there witnessing it firsthand. Cecily Clark, Tricia...