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When the Autumn Falls–Welcoming the Season

When the Autumn Falls–Welcoming the Season

From the photographer Tom Baldwin: It’s fall again, and the mountains are at their prettiest. but it is cooling fast now and the leaves are not just changing but dropping. Soon the limbs with be bare. In fact, we had our first snow of the season last night at the higher elevations at around 10,000 […]

Kevin McCarthy, House majority leader, pulling out of race for House speaker

Kevin McCarthy, House majority leader, pulling out of race for House speaker

Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy abruptly ended his bid Thursday to be the next House speaker, viagra 40mg shocking GOP colleagues who walked into a noon meeting expecting to coronate him as their pick, and instead walked out amid chaos, leaving the party rudderless as it stumbles toward a series of major policy showdowns. Current Speaker […]

Former Moorpark Resident–Author Tom Baldwin: A Pictorial of the Utah hillsides

Former Moorpark Resident–Author Tom Baldwin: A Pictorial of the Utah hillsides

By Tom Baldwn I like to go up Cedar Mountain which is east of our home. In the space of four or five miles horizontally, you rise about a mile vertically to over ten thousand feet. It is mid July down where I live, hot and windy. Up there the air is cool and fresh […]

Utah to seize own land from government, challenge federal dominance of Western states

Utah to seize own land from government, challenge federal dominance of Western states

By Valerie Richardson– The Washington Times – Wednesday, December 3, 2014 In three weeks, Utah intends to seize control of 31.2 million acres of its own land now under the control of the federal government. At least, that’s the plan. In an unprecedented challenge to federal dominance of Western state lands, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert […]

Capturing the Fall–A photographic journal of the Cedar Mountains

Capturing the Fall–A photographic journal of the Cedar Mountains

By Tom Baldwin I left Ventura County, California and moved to Cedar City, Utah about eight years ago. One fall day, after I had been here a few years, I was looking up at Cedar Mountain that towers about four thousand feet over our little city. I saw some orange and yellow spots and realized […]

Photo Essay: Traveling the National Parks–-Zion, Utah

Photo Essay: Traveling the National Parks–-Zion, Utah

Local residents Harvey and Kathy Youngman recently went on a road trip up through the United States into Canada.   World travelers they said this was one trip they did not want to end.  They were especially impressed with the beauty and glory of the Grand Tetons in Wyoming. From the National Parks website: http://www.nps.gov/zion/index.htm Utah’s […]

Photo Essay: Traveling the National Parks–Bryce Canyon in Utah

Photo Essay: Traveling the National Parks–Bryce Canyon in Utah

Local residents Harvey and Kathy Youngman recently went on a road trip up through the United States into Canada. They stopped at Bryce Canyon in Utah,  a place named after the Mormon homesteaders who had settled there in late 19th century.  From the National Park Service’s website http://www.nps.gov/brca/index.htm: There is no place quite like Bryce Canyon. […]

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