Dark Skies, handcuffing babies, Daily Universe to stop printing weekly paper, the Utah County Commission “reconsiders” and Secretary Haaland is in town.
Did you know that more than 80% of people in North America can’t see the Milky Way?
Utah is home to some of the darkest skies on earth and currently leads the world in dark sky preservation with 23 accredited International Dark Sky places.— Utah Gov. Spencer J. Cox (@GovCox) April 8, 2021
We're recognizing this achievement with an official declaration, which you can read about here:https://t.co/nytskbBkNM
Why on earth would you EVER handcuff a 5-year-old??
In the police body camera video, you can see a police officer handcuff the 5-year-old child, scream in the student's face and talk about beating him.https://t.co/hLN8Gqhs2g— KUTV2news (@KUTV2News) April 8, 2021
The Daily Universe is going the way of all the earth
The Daily Universe will print its final weekly paper on April 13 as part of changes to BYU campus news labs. The new magazine-style periodical is planned to debut on campus racks starting Fall Semester.https://t.co/ooyicGoP1w— BYU Daily Universe (@UniverseBYU) April 6, 2021
The backtracking is official
New: The Utah County Commission formally rescinded a controversial budget staff change on Wednesday after the move was criticized by various state and county officials. The commission announced last Friday they would be rescinding the change. #utpol https://t.co/29cbMhaUlb— Connor Richards (@crichards1995) April 8, 2021
Deb Haaland listens to Tribal leaders on the Bears Ears monument
Tonight I heard directly from Tribal leaders from the five Tribes in the Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition tonight. I appreciate the important connection they and their people have to this land. pic.twitter.com/3gzLV74XzO— Secretary Deb Haaland (@SecDebHaaland) April 8, 2021