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    Grand County’s Republican Party is requesting funds from members to help pay for litigation planned against the Grand County Council, claiming progressive members are operating illegally in an attempt to marginalize the local Republican Party since the passage of Proposition 9 in the Nov. 6...
    Michael Liss revealed his vision to bring peace back to the Moab area at the Nov. 8 Grand County Council meeting when he outlined the latest iteration of an access management and bypass plan for the often congested Highway 191.     Here it is in a nutshell: The bypass, which would primarily be...
    The City Council continues its work on Moab’s affordable housing issues, but debate over certain details stalled a key piece of the plan. During its regular meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 13, the council deliberated on three pieces of legislation related to housing. Two of the proposed ordinances –...
    The Grand County Council in a split vote last week removed ambiguous wording from a rule regarding disclosing whether the public comments council members make are their own opinion or are those of the council as a whole.     Council Member Terry Morse had the issue put on the Nov. 7 agenda...
    Newly elected San Juan County Commissioner Willie Grayeyes and re-elected San Juan County Clerk John David Nielson met with their attorneys in Moab on Friday, Nov. 9, in front of a federal judge at the Grand County Courthouse to discuss a potential settlement agreement. The mediation was held...
    More than 8 out of 10 registered Grand County voters participated in the 2018 midterm elections – and they proved to be in line with the rest of Utah on ballot questions – approving medical marijuana, expanding Medicaid, addressing gerrymandering and giving lawmakers more authority – but they...
    Former businessman and alleged drug dealer and gun thief Mark Thayn received a mixed bag of news during a series of court hearings regarding several of the cases against him on Tuesday. Seventh District Judge Don Torgerson set trial dates for Dec. 19 and Feb. 8. The first involves allegations...
    The Grand Water and Sewer Service Agency held a full board meeting Thursday, Nov. 1 and members voiced annoyance at not being invited to a recent joint Town Hall meeting featuring the Grand County and City of Moab councils in which residents raised the issue of water – and they took out their...

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