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Record Visitation at Arches This WEEKEND.

May 26, 2015
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Record Visitation at Arches This WEEKEND.

BREAKING UPDATE:  NPS Superintendent Kate Cannon reports to KCYN-KCPX an all-time record number of vehicles toured Arches National Park, Monday, Memorial Day. 2850 vehicles traveled through the park, Monday, according to Cannon. The previousl record was last year, Memorial Day 2014 when 2511 vehicles visited the park. (MOE TO COME) (Undated Utah)The sound of...

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ARCHES CLOSED FOR A TIME SATURDAY, OVERCROWDED

May 23, 2015
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KCYN is reporting that the National Park Service Reports it has temporarily closed the entrance to Arches National Park due to overcrowding in the park. It will reopen once some folks leave. Apparently this is the first time such dramatic measures were required to...

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KCYN KCPX HIRING FOR FOLLOWING POSITIONS

May 21, 2015
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 Traffic Director.  Applicant must have strong computer, verbal and written communications skills.  Detail oriented and able to handle multiple tasks without close supervision, while maintaining an exemplary attitude and “can-do” perspective. Requirements: High School grad or GED. Previous Radio traffic, continuity and programming log...

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>>San Juan Commission Approves Resolution of Support For Lyman

May 20, 2015
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>>San Juan Commission Approves Resolution of Support For Lyman

(Monticello Utah) A large group f San Juan citizens attended yesterday’s San Juan County Commission Meeting as commissioners considered and discussed resolution of support for Commissioner Phil Lyman. Lyman...

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Utah Seeks to Retain State Control of Fracking Rules

May 19, 2015
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Utah Seeks to Retain State Control of Fracking Rules

(Salt Lake City) Utah will seek to join three other energy-rich states in a lawsuit challenging the proposed fracking rule recently issued by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM)....

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San Juan Residents to Seek Commission Support for Lyman

May 19, 2015
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San Juan Residents to Seek Commission Support for Lyman

(Monticello Utah)-A group of San Juan County residents is expecte4d at this morning’s San Juan County Commission meeting to ask the Commission for a resolution of support of County...

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