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April Action Car Show transforms Moab into classic car heaven
Annual event set for April 24-26
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Moab man charged with multiple felony charges in connection with home burglaries
A Moab man pleaded not guilty this week to multiple felony charges in connection with a series of home burglaries that occurred between Jan 24 and March 9. Jon Eric Walker, 45, entered the not guil...
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Wyoming man dies in crash on Colorado River bridge
A Wyoming man was killed April 18 in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 191. The accident occurred at approximately 5:05 p.m. when a pickup truck driven by Steve Scott Cotner, 51, struck the back end of a...
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Fire chars 35 acres at Swasey Beach near Green River
Green River man arrested for suspected arson
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Search and rescue teams practice high-angle rope techniques at Arches Rock training in Moab
Search and rescue teams from throughout the state practiced high-angle rope rescue techniques this weekend at the Arches Rock Rescue training, a program hosted by the National Parks Service (NPS) i...
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<b><i>Pinwheels for prevention...<br></b>
Ariel Velasquez and her children, Asher and Hannah, plant a pinwheel at a garden at the Grand County Courthouse in recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Grand County Family Support Center at the Christmas Box House has joined with Prevent Child Abuse Utah to bring awareness about preventing child abuse through the pinwheels for prevention campaign. The pinwheel represents “the innocence of childhood and the bright future every child deserves,” said Sherilyn Sowell of the Family Support Center. Courtesy photo
Pinwheels for prevention...
Ariel Velasquez and her children, Asher and Hannah, plant a pinwheel at a garden at the Grand County Courthouse in recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Grand County Family Support Center at the Christmas Box House has joined with Prevent Child Abuse Utah to bring awareness about preventing child abuse through the pinwheels for prevention campaign. The pinwheel represents “the innocence of childhood and the bright future every child deserves,” said Sherilyn Sowell of the Family Support Center. Courtesy photo
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  • Forest Service plans prescribed burn in Lackey Basin in La Sals
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    Contributing Writer
    04.16.15 - 09:47 am
  • City to temporarily close unfinished Cinema Court Trail
    by Laura Haley
    Contributing Writer
    04.16.15 - 09:49 am
  • City approves final plats for 400 North townhomes
    by Laura Haley
    Contributing Writer
    04.16.15 - 09:51 am
  • GWSSA office building receives $225,000 in upgrades
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    04.16.15 - 09:54 am
  • New program offers help for those struggling with addiciton
    by Molly Marcello
    Contributing Writer
    04.09.15 - 09:20 am
  • Proposed downtown hotel will have subterranean parking
    by Laura Haley
    Contributing Writer
    04.09.15 - 09:17 am
  • Moab woman to celebrate 100th birthday
    by Laura Haley
    Contributing Writer
    04.09.15 - 09:24 am

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