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Two Pull Out of Moab City Council Race.

July 1, 2015
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Two Pull Out of Moab City Council Race.

(Moab Utah)- Incumbent Moab City Council member Doug McElhaney has formally withdrawn from the city’s Aug. 11 primary election, according to Moab City Recorder Rachel Stenta. His departure brings the current number of candidates for three open, at-large seats on the city council down to seven people: Don Cook, Rani Derasary, Kelly Mike Green,...

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New Floating Store/Marina at Halls Crossing

June 30, 2015
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New Floating Store/Marina at Halls Crossing

Water water everywhere and not a drink to be had? If you find yourself in that predicament at Lake Powell in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, point your boat to the Halls Crossing Marina, where a floating restaurant and lounge is open for business. The convenience store and snack bar was towed nearly 100...

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Announcing Local Stakeholder Workshop on Arches Congestion Management

June 30, 2015
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Announcing Local Stakeholder Workshop on Arches Congestion Management

(Moab Utah)- A stakeholder workshop to brainstorm solutions for Arches National Park congestion will be held this morning at 9am to 11Am at the Grand Center. Local citizens and business owners are invited to observe; there will be an opportunity in the coming months for additional public comment to the National Park Service. Invited...

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Senator Warns Of Potential Default By Greece

June 30, 2015
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(Washington, DC)  —  Utah Senator Orrin Hatch is warning financial problems like those plaguing Greece could eventually pop up in the United States.  Just like Greece, Hatch says the U.S. is facing an enormous debt. Utah’s senior Senator says the U.S. government is spending too much money, and needs to live within economic constraints. ...

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Repeat Felon Faces More Charges

June 30, 2015
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Repeat Felon Faces More Charges

(Price, UT)  —  A Carbonville man who has 20 previous arrests is in trouble with the law again.  Thirty-four-year-old Ernest Davis has also been convicted of ten previous felonies, and now he’s been arrested on additional drug charges.  Police in Price City say Davis has been arrested for possession of methamphetamine and heroin following...

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Holiday Gas Prices Are Far Cheaper Than Last Year

June 30, 2015
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Holiday Gas Prices Are Far Cheaper Than Last Year

(Salt Lake City, UT)   —  Gas prices in Salt Lake City are more than 60-cents a gallon cheaper heading into the July Fourth holiday weekend than they were last year at this time.  Unleaded regular is averaging two-dollars 95-cents a gallon, down from two-dollars 98-cents a gallon last week in the metro area.  However,...

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Body Of Missing Kanab Man, Found

June 29, 2015
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Body Of Missing Kanab Man, Found

(San Juan County, UT)  —  Authorities are calling off the search for a missing Kanab man after his body was found near Canyonlands National Park.  Police say park rangers and San Juan County sheriff’s deputies recovered the body of 69-year-old Kenneth Johnson Saturday in Davis Canyon. His body was found at about 3 p.m.Saturday,...

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Episcopal Bishops March Against Poverty, Racism,Guns

June 29, 2015
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Episcopal Bishops March Against Poverty, Racism,Guns

SALT LAKE CITY — A prayerful procession led by some 60 Episcopal bishops traveled through downtown Salt Lake City on Sunday morning calling for an end to the “unholy trinity” of poverty, racism and gun violence. Hundreds of people, many of them taking part in the Episcopal Church‘s 78th General Convention, walked from the...

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Train-Truck Accident Kills Utah Woman

June 29, 2015
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Train-Truck Accident Kills Utah Woman

(Lehi, UT)  —  A woman is dead and her husband is in critical condition after their truck was hit by a FrontRunner train over the weekend.  The victim’s names have not been released, but Remi Barron with the Utah Transit Authority says the 83-year-old husband may have gotten confused when his truck got stuck...

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Wildfires Burn Thousands Of Acres

June 29, 2015
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Wildfires Burn Thousands Of Acres

(Undated)  —  Firefighters are battling several wildfires across Utah as temperatures warm up and vegetation dries out.  The Mount Emma wildfire 75 miles south of St. George is the biggest at about 35-hundred acres.  The Old Woman wildfire about 20 miles east of Salina has already charred about 450 acres and is about 80-percent...

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