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Book Cliffs road likely off the table as county discusses Bishop lands recommendations
The Grand County Council appears to be distancing itself from the idea of a transportation corridor through the Book Cliffs. During a special workshop on Feb. 23 to discuss recommendations the coun...
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City council votes to raise its pay
Most members of the Moab City Council will be getting a raise, after approving an ordinance that increases their monthly salaries by $200. The suggestion was originally brought before the council b...
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The Week in Pictures
<b><i>Student generosity at HMK...<br></b></i>
Jaymin Hester, a sixth-grader at Helen M. Knight Elementary School, shows a printing plate he created this semester. The sixth-graders spent five art sessions learning to create glue-line prints. The initial design was based on Egyptian and Mesopotamian art, which they drew on foam core and then traced the drawing with white glue to create a raised surface, HMK art coach Bruce Hucko said. The students worked in teams of three to eventually develop multi-color prints. Hucko invited the students to donate a print for the upcoming HMK Arts Extravaganza. To his surprise, a total of 46 students donated their signed original art. The artwork, along with art created by other HMK students, will be available for sale at the event, which will be held March 27 at the school. Proceeds from the sale will benefit the HMK arts program. Photo by Bruce Hucko
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Idea of passenger rail linking Moab to Salt Lake City proposed
by Molly Marcello
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Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) Commission chairman Jeff Holt wants to know if a passenger rail line would be a good fit for Moab. During the Feb. 17 Moab Chamber of Commerce meeting, Holt...