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LaSal Man Identified As Car Crash Victim

February 4, 2016
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LaSal Man Identified As Car Crash Victim

(Moab Utah) 68 year old Steve Barnett of LaSal is identified as the driver  killed Tuesday night during a traffic accident on U.S. Highway 191 south of Moab. The Utah Highway patrol says his 2006 Dodge Durango was traveling southbound near milepost 113 at about 8:35 p.m. when the driver passed a slower-moving semi-truck...

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Utah State President To Retire

February 4, 2016
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Utah State President To Retire

(Logan, UT)  —  Utah State is searching for its next president.  The school announced yesterday that President Stan Albrecht wishes to retire and will stay in the job long enough for the university to find his replacement.  Albrecht has been president of the school for eleven years and led it through state funding cuts...

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One Killed in head Crash South Of Moab

February 3, 2016
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One Killed in head Crash South Of Moab

(Moab Utah)-A LaSal resident was killed and others injured in a head-on collision around 8:30 last evening on Blue Hill highway 191 10 miles south of Moab. The crash occurred between a semi-truck and an SUV. Highway Patrol Sgt Rodd Royce says a 2006 Dodge Durango was following a semi truck in a double...

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Senate Refuses Sen Lee’s Limits on Monument Making

February 3, 2016
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Senate Refuses Sen Lee’s Limits on Monument Making

(Washington DC) The U.S. Senate on Tuesday knocked down an attempt by Sen. Mike Lee to limit a president’s ability to name new national monuments without the consent of Congress and the state in which the protection is sought. The Utah Republican’s amendment would have allowed a president to name a monument — such...

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KCYN-KCPX Canyonlands Daily Report Tuesday

February 2, 2016
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On Line Newspaper Calls Into question Background and Hiring of Moab City Manager

February 2, 2016
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On Line Newspaper Calls Into question Background and Hiring of Moab City Manager

Moab Utah) In a multi page story printed on line yesteray, The Canyon Country Zephyr editor Jim Stiles askes a series of questions and details the background new Moab City Manager Rebecca Davidson and the subsequent firing of two long term city employees, David Olsen and Ken Davey. Stiles also details controversies swirling around...

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Vigil Held For LaVoy Finicum In Utah

February 2, 2016
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Vigil Held For LaVoy Finicum In Utah

(Washington City, UT)  —  Even people who never met LaVoy Finicum are coming together to mourn his death.  Several hundred people gathered last night in Washington City for a vigil to honor the Arizona rancher who was shot as police tried to end the occupation of an Oregon wildlife refuge.  Organizer Charity Wight [[...

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Heavy Snow Impacts Southern Utah

February 2, 2016
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Heavy Snow Impacts Southern Utah

Undated-  The latest round of winter weather closed schools in Iron and Beaver counties Monday — a rare event in that portion of the state. The Spectrum newspaper in St. George reported the Iron County School District’s cancellations marked the first time in six decades that the district has invoked a snow day. Southern...

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SNOW…again

February 1, 2016
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(Moab)   new at 7pm…. UDOT and Utah Highway Patrol Closing Highway to 191 around Hole N The Rock to all large Commercial Vehicles unless they are chained up. Very Hazardous travel Conditions in that area and others in San Juan County. Right now a semi truck is blocking traffic in the area…very slick conditions....

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KCYN-KCPX Canyonlands Daily News Report

February 1, 2016
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