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New Fracking Method Used Near Moab

November 25, 2014
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New Fracking Method Used Near Moab

(Moab Utah)- A Moab energy company is testing a novel method of fracking at its booming oil field outside Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point State Park.The experimental extraction method — injecting oil rather than chemical-laden water underground — has shaken environmentalists already worried about the industrialization of a scenic area.Fidelity Exploration and Production Co.’s...

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Utahn’s Protest Missouri Grand Jury

November 25, 2014
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  –  Utahns are protesting yesterday’s grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri.  Samaya Montoya was one of dozens who protested outside of the federal building on 100 South State Street last night. A grand jury announced yesterday there won’t be any...

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Grand County Credit Union Branch in Green River

November 24, 2014
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Grand County Credit Union Branch in Green River

(Moab/Green River Utah)-  Grand County Cr4edit Union in Moab announced over the weekend that the firm has officially purchased the former Key Bank branch and are in process of remodeling.  Sam Crane, President of the Credit Union says they anticipate opening their new branch...

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Blanding Considers Resolution Critical of BLM

November 24, 2014
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Blanding Considers Resolution Critical of BLM

(Blanding Utah)(The Petroglyph and The Blue Mountain Republic) -Blanding City may join a growing list of counties and other entities that have passed resolutions denouncing actions taken by the...

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Carroll Wins in Recount

November 21, 2014
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Carroll Wins in Recount

(Moab Utah)-Diana Carroll has officially won re-election as Grand County’s Clerk/Auditor after final votes were tallied in a recount Friday morning, Nov. 21. The final tally was 1761-1754, with...

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Mixed Reaction Utah: Immigration Directive

November 21, 2014
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Mixed Reaction Utah: Immigration Directive

(Undated Utah)-Sen. Mike Lee says President Barack Obama should expect political backlash for his executive actions to protect immigrants from deportation — including the possibility of budget restrictions, a...

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