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Carroll confirmed in recount as Clerk/Auditor
BREAKING: Diana Carroll has officially won re-election as Grand County's Clerk/Auditor after final votes were tallied in a recount Friday morning, Nov. 21.
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Grand County Clerk/Auditor race headed for recount
The Grand County Clerk/Auditor’s race is headed for a recount. With the final results showing incumbent clerk/auditor Diana Carroll defeating Zacharia Levine by only four votes, Levine on Monday, N...
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SkyWest announces it will end service to Moab next spring
SkyWest Airlines informed the manager at Canyonlands Field Airport on Monday that the airline will discontinue service to the airport effective April 30, 2015, ending its Essential Air Service cont...
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<b><i>Rocks on the rails...</i></b><br>
Union Pacific Railroad and U.S. Department of Energy personnel are evaluating damage to locomotives after a major rockslide above the rail bench across from the Uranium Mill Tailings Removal site on Tuesday, Nov. 18. No damage occurred to containers, even though a train was in the process of being loaded at the time of the avalanche, and officials are currently working to determine the extent of damage to the tracks and the effects that will have on tailings shipments. Rockfall is blocking more than 90 percent of the entrance to the rail portal at the south end of the bench, and even though the portal is not used by the UMTRA project, it is near the load-out area. Some rock has also fallen on the uphill haul road used by trucks that carry containers loaded with uranium mill tailings to the train. Between the damage to the tracks and the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, train operations aren’t expected to resume until the beginning of December. Photo by Tony Chacon
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Making it in Moab: Workers struggle to bridge the gap between housing costs and wages
by Molly Marcello
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Between the two of them, Patrick and Leann Trim have four jobs. “Five, if you count the kids,” joked Leann. While balancing work schedules and the needs of two young daughters, the Trims are search...
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