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Jackson recall effort fails to meet deadline
The November election ballot will not include a question asking voters to recall Grand County Council chairman Lynn Jackson after supporters of the measure failed to gather the required 580 signatu...
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Man sentenced to prison in child pornography case
A Moab man who downloaded more than 60,000 images of child pornography on his computer was sentenced this week to six concurrent terms of one to 15 years in state prison. Seventh District Judge Lyl...
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The Week in Pictures
<b><i>Stormy weather...<br></b></i>
A waterfall created by heavy rains flows from the mesa top at a spot along Kane Creek on Saturday, Aug. 23. This week, powerful rains again hit the Moab Valley, forcing the closure of some backcountry roads and sending fresh waterfalls streaming down rock walls throughout the area. On Tuesday, Sept. 9, the Moab area received 0.70 inches of rain throughout the day, according to Ron Pierce, the area’s official observer for the National Weather Service. Photo by Tim Higgs
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UDOT study identifies major obstacles to building Sego Canyon route in Book Cliffs
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It’s possible to build a paved road through Sego Canyon, but it’s not necessarily practical, according to a new feasibility study of three potential routes through the Book Cliffs. The Utah Departm...
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