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City sewer rates to rise by 20 percent
City sewer rates are officially going up. The Moab City Council on June 23 approved a 20 percent increase to the city’s sewer rate as part of the 2015-2016 city budget. Assistant City Manager Rache...
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Conservation groups ask USFS to remove goats from La Sals
Three conservation organizations are demanding that the U.S. Forest Service remove mountain goats that were introduced into the La Sal Mountains in 2013 by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (...
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The Week in Pictures
<b><i>Hero in training...<br></b></i>
Gavin Prickett tries the fire hose on Castle Valley Fire Department Engine 8 as Castle Valley Fire Chief Ron Drake lends a hand and firefighter Lesley Craig offers encouragement. On Friday, June 5, the Castle Valley Public Library kicked off its summer reading program, “Every Hero Has A Story.” After spending time at the library reading stories about firefighting, the kids toured the Castle Valley fire station, where they met local firefighters, learned about firefighting equipment, sprayed water from a fire hose, and took a ride on Engine 8 Photo by Tom Haraden
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Good news for irrigation customers: Ken’s Lake level is at 90 percent full
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GWSSA board to consider easing water restrictions at June 25 meeting