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Just like in the home town paper, your local news items can be published., But, this publication will go around the world. Tell everyone about Kari's great report card, or Kent's latest discovery. How about your vacation, or how your child's baseball team is doing. Maybe Grandma and Grandpa on the other side of the country would like to know how everyone is doing in Green River.
Range Creek is the pristine site of artifacts and history of the Fremont Indians, recently purchased by various agencies of the State of Utah, from Waldo Wilcox, of Green River, Utah.
Leon and Judy Jones, The Utah Humanities Council of Utah, SITLA/University of Utah, and Chevron Texaco are funding this exhibit. Their generosity is greatly appreciated.
The Department of Natural Resources is leading a consortium of agencies and educational partners to develop a management plan to care for this important place. Those agencies and educational partners are: Utah Department of Natural Resources; Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands; Division of Wildlife Resources; University of Utah; Utah Division of Indian Affairs; Utah Division of State History; Bureau of Land Management; Utah Department of Food and Agriculture; State Institutional Trust Lands Administration.
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