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County reduces certified tax rate
Castle Valley proposes increase
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More Grand County Council members appear to show support for additional wilderness in Bishop land proposal
If the Grand County Council had to vote today on any recommendations for long-term designations of federal lands, its proposals to Congress might look very different than they would have just two m...
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City more than doubles fees charged to commercial water haulers
The Moab City Council approved a resolution Tuesday night, July 22, that will raise the rates on water sold to commercial water haulers at the Moab City Public Works yard to more than twice the pre...
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School district looks to freeze tax rate at 2013 level
Truth in Taxation hearing set for Aug. 5
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With eye on reducing landfill waste, local officials tour Colorado composting facility
The Grand County Solid Waste Special Service District is exploring ways to reduce the amount of material that goes into the local landfill. And as part of that ongoing effort, four local officials ...
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<b><i>Celebrating Independence Day...</b><br></i>
Colorful fireworks light up the night sky over Moab on the Fourth of July. The annual fireworks display, sponsored by Moab city, Grand County and the Grand County Special Service Recreation District, drew cheers from across the valley as spectators gathered at the Sand Flats Recreation Area, Grand County Cemetery and parked along streets on Moab’s east side to watch the show. Photo by Tim Higgs
Celebrating Independence Day...
Colorful fireworks light up the night sky over Moab on the Fourth of July. The annual fireworks display, sponsored by Moab city, Grand County and the Grand County Special Service Recreation District, drew cheers from across the valley as spectators gathered at the Sand Flats Recreation Area, Grand County Cemetery and parked along streets on Moab’s east side to watch the show. Photo by Tim Higgs
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  • Old Spanish Trail Arena’s role expanding, manager says
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    07.17.14 - 09:41 am
  • Pack Creek pathway and bridge to close Aug. 7
    by Rudy Herndon
    Staff Writer
    07.17.14 - 09:38 am
  • Moab man pleads guilty in dinosaur track theft case
    by Rudy Herndon
    Staff Writer
    07.17.14 - 09:44 am
  • Six killed in head-on crash on U.S. 191 July 6
    by Lisa J. Church
    Staff Writer
    07.10.14 - 09:58 am
  • County voices concerns about MLP ideas
    by Rudy Herndon
    Staff Writer
    07.10.14 - 10:09 am
  • City approves name change for north-end frontage road
    by Laura Haley
    Contributing Writer
    07.03.14 - 10:16 am

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