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2014-04-29 12:33:21

Razaghi Continues Collaboration with The Ute Mountain Ute Tribe and The Utah Navajo Health Systems in Support of Blue Mountain Hospital and Will Appoint a Member of the Board of Directors BLANDING, Utah, April 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Ahmad R. Razaghi, President and CEO of Razaghi Healthcare, continues to support the collaboration with the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe and Utah Navajo Health Systems (UNHS). By Donation Agreement dated December 18, 2002, Razaghi donated $505,221 in...

2009-04-21 17:25:34

The U.S. National Geodetic Survey says the monument marking the spot where Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona meet is 2 1/2 miles from where it belongs. The National Geodetic Survey said the location of the Four Corners was determined to be at 109 degrees west longitude and 37 degrees north latitude during the 1868 survey of Colorado's southern boundary line but due to surveying errors, the monument was installed at 109 02 42.62019 west longitude and 36 59 56.31532 north latitude, 2 1/2...

2008-08-01 12:01:02

Home energy efficiency will be the focus for two innovative regional utility and consumer oriented workshops in Durango this month. The "Four Corners Utility Efficiency Exchange" will be immediately followed by a "Home Energy Makeover Workshop & Expo" from August 14-16, 2008 at Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO. Both events are co-hosted by the La Plata Electric, Empire Electric, and Tri-State Generation and Transmission Associations with Colorado Rural Electric Associations plus...

2007-06-18 03:14:20

By JENNIFER DOBNER SALT LAKE CITY - For nine years, the question has echoed across the high desert of southeastern Utah, hard against the corner where four states meet. Where is Jason McVean? McVean, one of three fugitives who stole a truck and shot and killed a Colorado police officer, was never found despite a search in 1998 that lasted weeks on foot, horseback and from the air in hot, rocky, canyon country. The question finally was answered last week when the Utah medical...

Word of the Day
  • A beast of burden; also, a beast in general.
'Jument' ultimately comes from the Latin 'jugum,' yoke.