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Reality TV Star Kristin Cavallari’s Brother Still Missing

December 8, 2015
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Reality TV Star Kristin Cavallari’s Brother Still Missing

  DETAILED STORY (Grand County, UT)  —  Reality TV star Kristin Cavallari’s brother is missing in Utah.  Authorities say they found Michael Cavallari’s car abandoned in a remote area of Arches National Park the day after Thanksgiving.  Police found his cellphone and laptop in the car, which was still running. Hicago quarterback Jay Cutler’s brother-in-law,...

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Newspaper Files GRAMA Request on New Moab City Manager

December 7, 2015
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Newspaper Files GRAMA Request on New Moab City Manager

(Moab Utah)-The Canyon Country Zephyr filed a formal Government Records Freedom of Information Act request with the City of Moab and its elected and appointment officials, last week. In the written request, the publication says it is seeking requesting documentation relating to: (1) the hiring of Rebecca Davidson as the Moab City administrator, (2)...

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Grand County Sheriff Searches For NFL Star’s Brother-In-Law

December 7, 2015
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Grand County Sheriff Searches For NFL Star’s Brother-In-Law

(Moab, UT)  —  The Grand County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a missing man related to Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.  The Sheriff’s Office said in a news release that Michael Cavallari, Cutler’s brother-in-law, has been missing for more than a week.  The investigation began with an abandoned car found about five miles south...

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Monticello Police Office Arrested, Charged

December 7, 2015
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Monticello Police Office Arrested, Charged

MONTICELLO, Utah — A Monticello Police Department sergeant was placed on administrative leave Friday after he was arrested Thursday by the San Juan County Sheriff’s Office. According to a press release Jesse Cole Young, 36, faces two misdemeanor charges of assault and criminal trespass. He has been placed on paid administrative leave. According to...

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Annual LDS Christmas Devotional Message Of Hope

December 7, 2015
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Annual LDS Christmas Devotional Message Of Hope

(Salt Lake)- SALT LAKE CITY — Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints shared their annual Christmas message Sunday, focusing on how celebrating of the birth of Jesus Christ gives hope and light to people across the world. The annual First Presidency Christmas Devotional, broadcast from the LDS Conference Center in...

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Woman Killed In Dispute Over Land

December 3, 2015
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Woman Killed In Dispute Over Land

(San Juan County) The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office said a manhunt is underway for a 45-year-old man southeast of Mexican Hat, Utah. Officials said a land dispute southwest of Mexican Water, Arizona, just south of the Utah border near the Four Corners area, resulted in a confrontation between the man being sought and...

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Moab Man Arrested and Charged with Storage Unit Arson

December 3, 2015
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Moab Man Arrested and Charged with Storage Unit Arson

A 52 year old Moab area resident, Dawson Modrelle with second degree arson in the November 24th fire at Skyline Storage units. The fire started in one unit, gutting it completely and damaging 10 other units as well as an office at Skyline. Modrelle is free on 10 thousand dollars bail, pending an upcoming...

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Hatch, Lee Move to Repeal Obamacare

December 3, 2015
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Hatch, Lee Move to Repeal Obamacare

(Washington DC) The U.S. Senate is poised to pass a bill repealing major parts of President Barack Obama’s signature health care law, and Sen. Orrin Hatch has introduced the first plan to replace it. Hatch, R-Utah, co-authored the repeal bill and wants to replace the Affordable Care Act with his Patient Care Act. “It...

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Dangerous Mins North of Moab, Closed

December 1, 2015
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Dangerous Mins North of Moab, Closed

(MOAB Utah) — Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining workers closed several old and unsafe mine openings north of Moab in November, including five mine shafts, the division announced Monday. In all, 17 mine openings in the area of Klondike Bluffs north of Moab were patched up using rocks, polyurethane foam and grates....

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2 Utah national Parks Set Visit Records

December 1, 2015
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2 Utah national Parks Set Visit Records

(St George)- Southern Utah’s Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks have attracted a record number of visitors in 2015, besting the records they set just last year. The St. George Spectrum reports that recent figures published by National Park Service show that Zion had 3,370,953 visitors through October, more than 2014’s 3,189,696 visitors. Bryce...

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