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Council Approves Joining Coalition, Opposition Vows to Keep Fighting

October 22, 2014
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Council Approves Joining Coalition, Opposition Vows to Keep Fighting

(Moab Utah)- By a surprising 6 to 1 Vote, The Grand County Council voted to approve joining the 7 County Infrastructure Coalition. Yesterday’s action came after months of public hearings and several public comment periods. It was clear, the council was ready to act yesterday, not desiring the drag the issue out any longer....

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County Council Approves Study Money For Airport

October 22, 2014
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County Council Approves Study Money For Airport

(Moab Utah)- In a unanimous vote, Tuesday, the Grand County Council approved spending up to 270-thousand dollars for updating the Canyonlands Airport Master Plan. The idea is, to speed up the process to improve the runway to handle 50 passenger regional jets. The move...

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Salt Lake Chamber and State Officials Visit Moab

October 22, 2014
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Salt Lake Chamber and State Officials Visit Moab

(Moab Utah) A busload of Utah economic development, Energy Development and other state officials, including Lt. Governor Spencer Cox and Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce members were hosted to a diner last evening by the Moab Chamber. Lt. Governor Coax said Moab is his...

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Moab Regional Hospital Update

October 22, 2014
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Moab Regional Hospital Update

(Moab Utah)- Officials of Moab Regional Hospital, Tuesday, told members of the Moab Area Chamber of Commerce, of the successes and challenges MRH has achieved and continues to face....

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Man Gets Probation For Dino Footprint Theft

October 21, 2014
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Man Gets Probation For Dino Footprint Theft

(Salt Lake City, UT)  –  A Moab man is facing one year probation and more than 15-thousand dollars in restitution for stealing a fossilized dinosaur footprint.  A federal judge...

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Idaho Congressman Asks President for Delay on Monument

October 21, 2014
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Idaho Congressman Asks President for Delay on Monument

(Boise, Idaho) Republican Rep. Mike Simpson of Idaho is asking President Barack Obama to hold off designating a rugged swath of central Idaho as a national monument. Simpson said...

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