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U of U Students Demonstrate For Free Tuition

November 13, 2015
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(SALT LAKE CITY) Protesters rallied and marched Thursday, calling for free tuition at public universities, cancellation of all student debt, and implementation of a $15 minimum hourly wage for university employees. About 65 people attended the Million Students March outside the University of Utah’s A. Ray Olpin Student Union Building. Socialist Alternative of the...

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Two Airlines Bid for Moab Service

November 12, 2015
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Two Airlines Bid for Moab Service

(Moab Utah)-Two regional airlines, Boutique Air and Via Air have filed bids for the federal Essential Air Service Contract for Moab.  Boutique Air proposes flying single engine 9 passenger aircraft to both Denver and Salt Lake with an increased schedule of flight during the tourist season. Via Air proposes flying twin engine turboprop 30...

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Conflict of Interest Complaint Filed Against County Councilmember Jackson

November 12, 2015
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Conflict of Interest Complaint Filed Against County Councilmember Jackson

(Moab Utah)- The Conservation Director for the environmental organization “Living Rivers”, John Weisheit, has filed an eithic complaint against County Councilmember Lynn Jackson.  In the complaint filed with the County Attorney, Weisheit claims Jackson violated county and state law by failing to report a contract he had with the potash industry.  Jackson says the...

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LA SALS AVALANCHE STATEMENT

November 11, 2015
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Special Weather Statement SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO 818 AM MST WED NOV 11 2015 UTZ028-120330- LA SAL AND ABAJO MOUNTAINS- INCLUDING THE CITY OF...MONTICELLO AND VICINITY 818 AM MST WED NOV 11 2015 THE FOLLOWING MESSAGE IS TRANSMITTED AT THE REQUEST OF THE UTAH AVALANCHE CENTER. SINCE TUESDAY AFTERNOON...THE...

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Heavy Snow Closes 191 South of Moab and North of Monticello

November 11, 2015
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Heavy Snow Closes 191 South of Moab and North of Monticello

(Moab Utah)-An estimated 6 inches or more of new snowfall earlier this morning made a slippery mess of high 191. Trucks were stalled  in the snow, blocking the highway between Blue Hill and Hole N The rock area. Closing of the highway allowed road crews to clear the road of snow and tow trucks...

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Snow Ski Outlook For Utah is Good

November 11, 2015
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Snow Ski Outlook For Utah is Good

(SALT LAKE CITY) Looking at this Tuesday snow fall totals you’d think the resorts would be open by now. Nathan Rafferty the President of Ski Utah said, “Luckily we got some snow falling out of the ski and following that we have cool temps to so resorts are going to be able to make...

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Moab City Election Official Vote Canvass.

November 11, 2015
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Moab City Election Official Vote Canvass.

(Moab Utah) The Moab City Council Election outcome was not changed by the results of the official vote canvass conducted last evening by the current council and the city recorder’s office.  Rani Deerasary led the votes with 737. Kalen Jones 707 and Tawney Boyd, 690. The final votes are posted on our website.

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SNOW CLOSES HIGHWAY 191 THIS MORNING…now reopened as of 521AM

November 11, 2015
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Highway 191 between Moab and Monticello was closed due to heavy snow and stalled trucks. Will remain closed until UDOT crews can get the area plowed and sanded. Up to at least 6 inches of snow in the area. 4:20AM     Reopened at 521AM

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Utah College Application Week to be held at GCHS

November 9, 2015
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Utah College Application Week to be held at GCHS

Utah College Application Week (UCAW) gives every high school senior in participating schools the opportunity to apply to college during the school day. Now in its third year, UCAW is in 25 districts and 84schools across the state, and takes place the weeks of Nov. 9 –20, 2015. UCAW is coordinated by the Utah...

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SE Utah in the News Today

November 9, 2015
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SE Utah in the News Today

(San Juan County)- Today Show Personality Al Rocker will be at the 4 Corners Monument This Morning Live on NNC as attempt’s to broadcast from 4 states at once, part of his Rockathon promotion. A number of San Juan County residents will be there in the background as well.  The issue of day permits...

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