Top Stories: East Zion entrance, what LDS women want, Makers Line liens

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Top Stories newsletter for Monday, Nov. 27, 2023.

Zion National Park’s quiet back entrance has always been the park’s best-kept secret. How do you develop it without ruining it?

For the property owners outside of it, preservation of East Zion — not profits — is their bottom line.

Gordon Monson: Here’s what many LDS women say they want, something they, unfortunately, do not have

It will be up to men, ultimately, to make the necessary changes, the Tribune columnist writes.

Construction liens pile up on Makers Line properties. What do they mean?

Such a lien could force a property into foreclosure. Lawyers say that rarely happens, and here’s why.

Why more than half of Utah’s teens, 16-19, have jobs

Utahns in that age group make up 7% of the state’s workforce — the highest rate in the nation.

Local businesses say timed entry at Arches has hurt them

The public has until the end of the day Friday to submit comments on making timed entry permanent at Arches National Park.