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Blanding-Monticello Results – San Juan Voters Approve Transportation Tax

November 4, 2015
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Prop 1 Transportation Sales Tax   Blanding Monticello Outside City Totals Yes 348        291             771               1410 No   273        180             565               1018 Blanding Municipal General Election San Juan County Propostition #1 Yes 348 No 273 Four Year Term City Council Seats Travis J. Whatcott 235 Trent Herring 134 Ruth Smith Johnson 221 Kathrina Perkins 345 Joe B....

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Ballot Snafu in Moab

November 3, 2015
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Ballot Snafu in Moab

(Moab Utah)- Around mid-day Election Day, voters in the Moab City Council Election began reporting what they thought might be an irregularity in the printed ballot.  One source said it was a mistake made by the contract printer in Price.  Another source said the incorrect ballots were being used with the primary election loosing...

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SHOPKO ANNOUNCES HOMETOWN STORE COMING TO BLANDING

November 3, 2015
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SHOPKO ANNOUNCES HOMETOWN STORE COMING TO BLANDING

(Blanding, Utah)   Shopko announced plans for the construction of a new Shopko Hometown store at 860 S Main Street.  The store is expected to open in January.Shopko Hometown combines Shopko’s strong reputation for customer service with a broad and dynamic offering of national brands and private label brands at a great value.  Product offerings...

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Grand County High School Students Of The Month

November 3, 2015
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Grand County High School Students Of The Month

Grand County High School’s students of the month for October 2015 are Heather Sweeney and Rowan Antonuccio. Both are juniors. Sweeney is the daughter of Judy and Dennis Sweeney. Sweeney said, “My favorite classes are geography and math. Geography is one of my favorite classes because I like learning about different cultures and Mrs....

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Today Is Election Day

November 3, 2015
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Today Is Election Day

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Voters will head to the polls today, or have mailed in their ballots to choose city officials and to vote on a sales tax. In Moab, voting on city council candidates is in person, but the transportation sales tax is by mail in ballots.  In Monticello and Blanding, elections...

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Monument Valley Murder Arrest

November 3, 2015
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Monument Valley Murder Arrest

(Monticello Utah)- A Monument Valley man has been arrested and charged with first-degree felony murder in the stabbing death of his brother late last week.San Juan County Sheriff Rick Eldredge said Monday that Rodear Nelson, 34, was being held without bail, and that the county attorney had also charged Nelson in 7th District Court...

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Body Found Near Green River

November 3, 2015
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Body Found Near Green River

(Green River, UT) — An investigation is ongoing into the discovery of a woman’s body along the banks of the Green River in Emery County.  Emery County Sheriff’s Officers say a man called 9-1-1 late last week to report the decomposed body on the west side of the river, on a sand bar south of I-70. ...

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Big Plans For State Parks in SE Utah

November 3, 2015
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Big Plans For State Parks in SE Utah

(Moab Utah)- Fred Hayes, director of the division of State Parks and Recreation is planning major expansion of State Parks. He is telling lawmakers that his agency has righted its finances and is attracting more and more visitors with new amenities and activities, such as zip lines at Yuba and Deer Creek reservoirs, and...

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Closing of Arches Health Plan Impacts Grand County

November 2, 2015
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Closing of Arches Health Plan Impacts Grand County

(Moab Utah) Utahns buying their own health insurance face huge price increases for 2016, and if they haven’t already heard the news via email or letter, sticker shock will set in starting Sunday, when open enrollment begins. Health insurance plans will cost an average of 22 percent more next year for those buying in...

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Excessive Force In Blanding BLM Raid?

November 2, 2015
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Excessive Force In Blanding BLM Raid?

SALT LAKE CITY — US District Court Judge Robet Shelby will decide whether a federal agent used excessive force in the raid of Blanding doctor’s home during an American Indian artifacts trafficking sting operation six years ago. The family of Dr. James Redd contends Bureau of Land Management assistant agent in charge Dan Love...

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