A Bluff Tradition: Winter Solstice Burn

Blue Herons Burn on Bluff Winter Solstice This past Wednesday, December 21st, 2016 Bluff welcomed friends from across the Four Corners for the ritual burning of two giant blue heron sculptures – one as tall as 35 feet. The herons were constructed over the…

Bluff Artist Anthony Lott to be Community Artist in the Parks

Bluff resident and artist Anthony Lott was selected as the 2017 Community Artist in the Parks for the National Park Service. This program will give Lott the opportunity to teach, demonstrate and share his fantastic creative ability with visitors to Arches National Park, Canyonlands…

Bluff EMT receives Utah Distinguished Service Award

Kathy Carson receives 2016 Distinguished Service Award for emergency medical services work After 40 years of volunteer service to bring emergency medical services to Bluff, Kathy Meck Carson has received the 2016 Distinguished Service Award from the Utah Emergency Medical Services Award Committee. Kathy…

Hovenweep: December’s National Park Getaway

The Ancient Towers of Hovenweep National Monument December’s National Park Getaway destination 6 ancient villages in one spectacular National Monument: This December, the National Park Service is highlighting Hovenweep National Monument as the National Park Getaway! And what perfect timing, with cooler temps, quiet…