DINOSAUR | Superintendent Mary Risser announced that guardrails will be replaced on Dinosaur National Monument’s Harpers Corner Road, which begins two miles east of Dinosaur, on U.S. 40 and runs 31 miles north into the monument. Crews will begin work on the north end of the road and work toward U.S. 40. Work is anticipated to last three to four weeks. Traffic will be limited to one lane at eight different locations during the time of the project, so traffic delays are expected.
DINOSAUR — The Dinosaur Monument has a host of programs for kids and families. The programs include: n Fossil Discovery Hike: A one-mile hike to explore three of the fossil-bearing layers of the quarry area. […]
RBC I Superintendent Mary Risser stated that restrictions on open fires went into effect on Tuesday for the entire monument. “The extremely dry conditions along with large amounts of flammable vegetation have created a high […]
DINOSAUR — “April 25 has been designated Junior Ranger Day at Dinosaur National Monument,” said Superinten-dent Mary Risser.