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New City Manager Hired for Moab

March 26, 2015
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New City Manager Hired for Moab

(Moab Utah)-The search was long and extensive and so was the background check in the hiring of new Moab City Manager Rebecca Davidson. Davidson has been a city administrator in both Kemmerer Wyoming and Timnath Colorado. Davidson has an educational background in both engineering and management. She runs her own engineering firm. City officials...

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Man Killed In Crash With Semitruck

March 25, 2015
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Man Killed In Crash With Semitruck

(Spanish Fork, UT)  —  Police are releasing the identity of a man killed in a crash with a semitruck in Spanish Fork.  Police say 19-year-old Mapleton resident Arik Mack was killed yesterday afternoon in the crash on U.S. six near Covered Bridge.  Trooper Jared...

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GOP, Dems Set To Start Online Voting In Utah

March 25, 2015
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GOP, Dems Set To Start Online Voting In Utah

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Utah’s two major political parties are set to try something that could set a new nationwide trend.  The state’s Republican and Democratic parties are planning on running a statewide Presidential primary for the 2016 election online.  Utah’s June primary...

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New Jeep Vehicles to Moab Jeep Safari

March 25, 2015
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New Jeep Vehicles to Moab Jeep Safari

(Moab, Utah)- DETROIT — Jeep relied heavily on images from the brand’s 74-year history to develop seven new working concept vehicles — including a Wrangler-based pickup — that its...

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Americans Are Loving Their National Parks Into Disrepair

March 24, 2015
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Americans Are Loving Their National Parks Into Disrepair

(Utah undated) Americans are loving their national parks into disrepair. The National Park Service released a list of maintenance projects Monday that have been postponed and put off for...

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Gov. Herbert Signs Firing Squad Bill Into Law

March 24, 2015
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Gov. Herbert Signs Firing Squad Bill Into Law

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Death by firing squad is now officially an option in Utah.  Governor Gary Herbert signed the bill HB-11 into law yesterday, designating the firing...

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