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Schools Get $64 M In Trust Land Funds

September 6, 2017
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(Utah)  Utah public schools are benefiting from a record 64-million dollars being distributed this year from trust land funding.  The 15-million dollar increase over last year is possible after voters last year approved an amendment to the state constitution to boost contributions to schools.  The amendment allows managers of the Permanent State School Fund...

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Police Go To Student’s Home After Snapchat Post

September 6, 2017
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(Park City, UT)  A Park City high school student is ordered to stay home today after a visit from police officers.  School district officials say police were alerted by proactive students and parents alarmed by a Snapchat post made by the boy last night.  The student apparently posted a picture of what appeared to...

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Grand County Sheriff Jail Re-Opening

September 6, 2017
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Grand County Sheriff Jail Re-Opening

Thursday-September 7, 2017 Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – 10:00 AM Public Tours – 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM Grand County Building 125 E. Center St. Moab, UT 84532

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Dogs Evacuated From Hurricane Harvey Arrive In SLC

September 5, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) About 100 dogs displaced by Hurricane Harvey in Texas are now at shelters in Salt Lake City.  The dogs arrived here on Monday after shelters in southeastern Texas had to make room for pets rescued by crews after the storm.  The dogs are going to be looked over by a...

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Police Looking For Moab Car Theft Suspect

September 5, 2017
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(Moab, UT)  Moab police are looking to the public for help finding a man who stole a Jeep from an RV resort.  Investigators say the suspect took the vehicle late last Thursday but they located it over the weekend with the suspect nowhere to be found.  Surveillance video shows the man is Caucasian with...

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Controversy Over Nurse’s Arrest Grows, Sparks Protests

September 4, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) The arrest of a Utah nurse by a Salt Lake City police officer is spawning protests locally and criticism from around the U.S.  About 100 people gathered in the courtyard of the police department Saturday night to demand the immediate firing of Detective Jeff Payne.  Payne is shown in recently...

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BYU Dominated In Loss To LSU

September 4, 2017
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(New Orleans, LA) The BYU football team knows it has a lot to work on following a humbling performance against LSU in New Orleans.  The Cougars lost 27-0 Saturday night in the Advocare Texas Kickoff, which had to be moved out of Houston due to the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.  BYU’s offense did not...

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SLC Area Feels Tremors From Southern Idaho Earthquake

September 4, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) Utahns who felt the earth move over the weekend weren’t imagining things.  The quake happened about 6 p.m. Saturday night in an area 17 miles east of Soda Springs, Idaho.  The U.S. Geological Survey says Salt Lake City was at the edge of an area that felt the tremors from the...

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Friday Evening at 7:30 PM “BOTTLED WATER ONLY” ORDER LIFTED FOR WESTSIDE RESIDENTS

September 2, 2017
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Friday Evening at 7:30 PM “BOTTLED WATER ONLY” ORDER LIFTED FOR WESTSIDE RESIDENTS

Effective immediately, the Southeast Utah Health Department and the City of Moab have lifted the ban on consuming tap water for residents in neighborhoods on the city’s west side. Lab test results were completed this evening and show that no contaminants — either chemical or bacteriological — were found in water samples taken from...

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Water Contamination Update

August 31, 2017
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Earlier today, the City of Moab, in conjunction with the Southeast Utah Health Department, issued a notice of potentially contaminated water and put into effect a “bottled water only” order in some neighborhoods on Moab’s west side (please see attached map of affected areas). Beginning at noon on Thursday, residents in these affected areas...

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