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Group aims to revive Red Rock Speedway
In an effort to revamp the Red Rock Speedway in Spanish Valley into a family friendly and competition-oriented motocross and rock crawling course, a group of Moab residents are hoping the Grand Cou...
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City revises procurement policies regarding conflicts of interest
The Moab City Council on Oct. 11 unanimously approved an ordinance amending city procurement procedures, particularly as they relate to conflict-of-interest disclosures. Several council members sai...
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Children check out the new playground at the Castle Valley Town Center, which was officially opened on Friday, Oct. 14. Castle Valley council member Tory Hill credited librarian Jenny Haraden as being instrumental in getting the project started. Most everything used to put the playground together was recycled or reused, including the donated playground equipment, which had been used at the former Red Rock Elementary School in Moab. The equipment includes two swings, monkey bars and a sandbox. “They say it takes a village to raise a child but it also takes a village to raise a child’s playground,” Hill said. She thanked Leta Vaughn, Mitch Stock, Michael Ford Dunton and Haraden for their hard work on the project, as well a numerous other individuals and businesses who volunteered their time and labor and donated materials needed to complete the playground. “This project was a huge success and I just love how wonderful our community is,” Hill said. 	Photo by Ron Drake
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Candidates debate positions during final event before Nov. 8 election
by Molly Marcello
The Times-Independent
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With one last chance to publically debate pressing local issues, the candidates vying for the four open Grand County Council seats and one contested Grand County Board of Education seat discussed t...