St. George Tabernacle Re-dedication for the Deseret News
St. George Tabernacle Re-dedication for the Deseret News

Dr. Ken Peterson conducts the St. George Stake Choir Saturday, July 28, 2018, during a ceremony at the St. George Tabernacle in St. George, Utah. The building was rededicated after a two year renovation. / Nick Adams

St. George Tabernacle Re-Dedication for the Deseret News
St. George Tabernacle Re-Dedication for the Deseret News

Attendees walk into the St. George Tabernacle Saturday, July 28, 2018, prior to the re-dedication of the building in St. George, Utah. The 147 year old building was closed for a two year renovation. / Nick Adams

St. George Tabernacle Re-Dedication for the Deseret News
St. George Tabernacle Re-Dedication for the Deseret News

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints speaks Saturday, July 28, 2018, in the St. George Tabernacle in St. George, Utah. The 147 year old building was rededicated after a two year renovation. / Nick Adams

St. George Tabernacle Re-Dedication for the Deseret News
St. George Tabernacle Re-Dedication for the Deseret News

A full congregation listens to Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints speak Saturday, July 28, 2018, in the St. George Tabernacle in St. George, Utah. The 147 year old building was rededicated after a two year renovation. / Nick Adams

St. George Tabernacle Re-Dedication for the Deseret News
St. George Tabernacle Re-Dedication for the Deseret News

Invitees listen Saturday, July 28, 2018, during a rededication ceremony at the St. George Tabernacle in St. George, Utah. The building was rededicated after a two year renovation. / Nick Adams

Tyson Fisher environmental portrait for the Deseret News
Tyson Fisher environmental portrait for the Deseret News

Tyson Fisher, photographed at the Dixie High School baseball field in St. George, Utah on Thursday, June 7, 2018. / Nick Adams

Lake Powell Pipeline Meeting for High Country News
Lake Powell Pipeline Meeting for High Country News

David Clark, former Speaker of the Utah House of Representatives, gives a presentation to the Executive Water Finance Board during a public meeting of the board Monday, September 17, 2018, in St. George, Utah. Seated beyond Clark are Phil Dean, chairman of the board; Miranda Jones, Budget and Financial Operations Specialist from the Governor's Office of Management and Budget (staff support, not a member of the board); David Damschen, Utah State Treasurer; and Jon Bronson, Senior Vice President/Managing Director, Zions Public Finance. / Nick Adams

Lake Powell Pipeline meeting for the High Country News
Lake Powell Pipeline meeting for the High Country News

Laura Briefer, director of Salt Lake City Public Utilities and member of the Executive Water Finance Board, speaks during a public meeting of the board Monday, September 17, 2018, in St. George, Utah. / Nick Adams

Lake Powell Pipeline Meeting for the High Country News
Lake Powell Pipeline Meeting for the High Country News

The patchwork of alfalfa fields in the Washington Fields area of Washington, Utah, is being filled in by suburban development as new homes, churches, schools and a new highway (in the hills, top third of picture) change the cultural and physical landscape in this photo taken Monday, September 17, 2018. / Nick Adams

Lake Powell Pipeline Meeting for the High Country News
Lake Powell Pipeline Meeting for the High Country News

Livestock grazes in a pasture next to a newly-constructed medical office building in St. George, Utah, on Monday, September 17, 2018. As the fastest-growing metropolitan area in the nation, Washington County, Utah, is facing a future limit on growth due to a shortage of water. / Nick Adams

Lake Powell Pipeline Meeting for High Country News
Lake Powell Pipeline Meeting for High Country News

A luxury home subdivision sits across the street from an alfalfa field being flood-irrigated from a ditch in the Washington Fields area of Washington, Utah, in this photo taken Monday, September 17, 2018. The availability of water will determine future growth in the area, which is currently the fastest growing metropolitan area in the country. / Nick Adams

Butch Laswell's Final Motorcycle Jump
Butch Laswell's Final Motorcycle Jump

Butch Laswell misses the landing ramp in front of a large crowd of onlookers in Mesquite, Nevada, on March 10, 1996. / Nick Adams

St. George Tabernacle Re-dedication for the Deseret News
St. George Tabernacle Re-Dedication for the Deseret News
St. George Tabernacle Re-Dedication for the Deseret News
St. George Tabernacle Re-Dedication for the Deseret News
St. George Tabernacle Re-Dedication for the Deseret News
Tyson Fisher environmental portrait for the Deseret News
Lake Powell Pipeline Meeting for High Country News
Lake Powell Pipeline meeting for the High Country News
Lake Powell Pipeline Meeting for the High Country News
Lake Powell Pipeline Meeting for the High Country News
Lake Powell Pipeline Meeting for High Country News
Butch Laswell's Final Motorcycle Jump
St. George Tabernacle Re-dedication for the Deseret News

Dr. Ken Peterson conducts the St. George Stake Choir Saturday, July 28, 2018, during a ceremony at the St. George Tabernacle in St. George, Utah. The building was rededicated after a two year renovation. / Nick Adams

St. George Tabernacle Re-Dedication for the Deseret News

Attendees walk into the St. George Tabernacle Saturday, July 28, 2018, prior to the re-dedication of the building in St. George, Utah. The 147 year old building was closed for a two year renovation. / Nick Adams

St. George Tabernacle Re-Dedication for the Deseret News

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints speaks Saturday, July 28, 2018, in the St. George Tabernacle in St. George, Utah. The 147 year old building was rededicated after a two year renovation. / Nick Adams

St. George Tabernacle Re-Dedication for the Deseret News

A full congregation listens to Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints speak Saturday, July 28, 2018, in the St. George Tabernacle in St. George, Utah. The 147 year old building was rededicated after a two year renovation. / Nick Adams

St. George Tabernacle Re-Dedication for the Deseret News

Invitees listen Saturday, July 28, 2018, during a rededication ceremony at the St. George Tabernacle in St. George, Utah. The building was rededicated after a two year renovation. / Nick Adams

Tyson Fisher environmental portrait for the Deseret News

Tyson Fisher, photographed at the Dixie High School baseball field in St. George, Utah on Thursday, June 7, 2018. / Nick Adams

Lake Powell Pipeline Meeting for High Country News

David Clark, former Speaker of the Utah House of Representatives, gives a presentation to the Executive Water Finance Board during a public meeting of the board Monday, September 17, 2018, in St. George, Utah. Seated beyond Clark are Phil Dean, chairman of the board; Miranda Jones, Budget and Financial Operations Specialist from the Governor's Office of Management and Budget (staff support, not a member of the board); David Damschen, Utah State Treasurer; and Jon Bronson, Senior Vice President/Managing Director, Zions Public Finance. / Nick Adams

Lake Powell Pipeline meeting for the High Country News

Laura Briefer, director of Salt Lake City Public Utilities and member of the Executive Water Finance Board, speaks during a public meeting of the board Monday, September 17, 2018, in St. George, Utah. / Nick Adams

Lake Powell Pipeline Meeting for the High Country News

The patchwork of alfalfa fields in the Washington Fields area of Washington, Utah, is being filled in by suburban development as new homes, churches, schools and a new highway (in the hills, top third of picture) change the cultural and physical landscape in this photo taken Monday, September 17, 2018. / Nick Adams

Lake Powell Pipeline Meeting for the High Country News

Livestock grazes in a pasture next to a newly-constructed medical office building in St. George, Utah, on Monday, September 17, 2018. As the fastest-growing metropolitan area in the nation, Washington County, Utah, is facing a future limit on growth due to a shortage of water. / Nick Adams

Lake Powell Pipeline Meeting for High Country News

A luxury home subdivision sits across the street from an alfalfa field being flood-irrigated from a ditch in the Washington Fields area of Washington, Utah, in this photo taken Monday, September 17, 2018. The availability of water will determine future growth in the area, which is currently the fastest growing metropolitan area in the country. / Nick Adams

Butch Laswell's Final Motorcycle Jump

Butch Laswell misses the landing ramp in front of a large crowd of onlookers in Mesquite, Nevada, on March 10, 1996. / Nick Adams

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