The History Of Corinne Is One-Of-A-Kind And Vastly Different Than Other Small Towns In Utah
By Courtnie Erickson|Published April 26, 2022
From Southern Utah to the Panhandle in Idaho, Courtnie Erickson has lived in what she believes are the best (and the most beautiful!) areas in the country. She graduated with a journalism degree from Utah State University and has more than 15 years of professional writing experience. You’ll likely see her with a Dr. Pepper in her hand and a pair of running shoes on her feet. Courtnie is a writer and editor at OnlyInYourState.
Utah is well known for the Mormon Pioneers. In fact, the majority of towns throughout the Beehive State were settled by these courageous people. However, Corinne, Utah, is one small town that was not established by the members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In fact, in the 1800s, one newspaper reported that not a single member of the church lived in the town and it became widely known as “The Gentile Capital of Utah.”