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Zinke report recommends shrinking monument size, giving tribes co-management of Bears Ears
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has issued a preliminary recommendation to shrink the boundary of the 1.35-million-acre Bears Ears National Monument, which was established in December by former Presi...
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County council to interview candidates for vacated District 1 seat on June 27
A special meeting of the Grand County Council will take place on June 27 to fill the District 1 council seat recently vacated by Chris Baird. During the meeting, applicants for the position will an...
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Dispute continues over police officer's active-duty status
Moab City Police Officer Steven Risenhoover was allowed to return to active duty May 2 and has since made a felony arrest involving charges of aggravated assault and domestic violence in the presen...
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County postpones vote on eliminating permit fee for short-term rentals, B&Bs
The Grand County Council will suspend all decisions regarding a $500 land-use permit application fee for overnight rentals and bed and breakfasts in the county. The council deliberated the matter J...
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Blue Castle CEO says proposed nuclear plant unaffected by Westinghouse bankruptcy
Westinghouse Electric Company filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy on March 29. According to industry documents, the nuclear power giant was involved in “engineering and procurement” for Blue Castle Holding...
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Dozens of people gathered at Moab’s Old Spanish Trail Arena to fly kites on Saturday, June 17. A light breeze favored the participants, nearly all of whom were able to successfully launch their kites and keep them flying. The event, which included a free pizza lunch, was organized by the Family Support Center at the Christmas Box House, with the support of sponsor The Synergy Company. The weather in the Moab area is expected to remain hot and sunny the rest of this week, with high temperatures exceeding triple digits, along with minimal winds.    
              Photo by Jeff Richards
Dozens of people gathered at Moab’s Old Spanish Trail Arena to fly kites on Saturday, June 17. A light breeze favored the participants, nearly all of whom were able to successfully launch their kites and keep them flying. The event, which included a free pizza lunch, was organized by the Family Support Center at the Christmas Box House, with the support of sponsor The Synergy Company. The weather in the Moab area is expected to remain hot and sunny the rest of this week, with high temperatures exceeding triple digits, along with minimal winds. Photo by Jeff Richards
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  • Energy Fuels seeks new license for White Mesa Uranium Mill
    by Molly Marcello
    The Times-Independent
    06.15.17 - 10:08 am
  • City approves Winder to be Moab police chief
    by Rose Egelhoff
    The Times-Independent
    06.15.17 - 10:07 am
  • Van Horn named water agency's new manager
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    06.15.17 - 09:49 am
  • POST recommends no action against former Moab police officer
    by Molly Marcello
    The Times-Independent
    06.15.17 - 09:48 am
  • Court hearings set for teen charged in March 5 fatal accident
    by Molly Marcello
    The Times-Independent
    06.08.17 - 09:37 am
  • Baird announces resignation from Grand County Council as of June 7
    by Molly Marcello
    The Times-Independent
    06.08.17 - 09:03 am
  • Moab races draw crowded field
    by Lisa Church
    The Times-Independent
    06.08.17 - 09:39 am
  • County council approves temporary moratorium on B&Bs
    by Molly Marcello
    The Times-Independent
    06.08.17 - 09:38 am

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