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Grand’s school taxes to rise due to two bills passed by Utah Legislature
Residents of Grand County and a portion of San Juan County will see an increase in the amount of property taxes collected for Utah schools this year. Unfortunately, according to Grand County School...
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Citizens say city’s proposed flood channel zone changes need additional review
A proposed amendment to Moab city’s ordinance that governs activities allowed in the city’s FC-1 flood channel zone continued to draw objections from concerned residents who spoke during a public h...
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The Week in Pictures
Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox speaks to community leaders about the tourism industry, higher education, and getting stuck in line at Arches National Park over Memorial Day weekend at the July 21 Moab Chamber of Commerce meeting. Cox and several officials from the Governor’s Office of Economic Development were visiting Moab on a two-day tour to better understand Moab’s local issues. Photo by Molly Marcello
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Lt. Gov. talks tourism, USU campus during stop in Moab
by Molly Marcello
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When traffic backed up onto U.S. 191 on May 23, forcing the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) to shut down the entrance to Arches National Park, Utah Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox and his family were...
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