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Monthly Archives: June 2009

Holder defends arrests in artifact theft raid

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder on Wednesday defended federal agents involved in the arrests of nearly two dozen people accused of stealing or illegally trafficking in ancient artifacts from the Four Corners area.U.S. Sens. Orrin Hatch and Bob Bennett sent a letter to Holder this week asking for an investigation into the June 10 arrests, some of which involved federal agents with guns drawn. …

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Economic benefits of national parks reported

Utah’s national parks and monuments are more than environmental treasures. According to a new report released Wednesday by the National Parks Conservation Association, they are integral in buoying local Utah economies. The report, Landscapes of Opportunity, focused on the ways in which national parks influence the local economies of Grand and San Juan counties, home to Arches and Canyonlands national parks and Hovenweep and …

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EASTER JEEP SAFARI April 4.12.2009

MOAB EASTER JEEP SAFARI 2009! It’s that time again, Moab Easter Jeep safari ‘09 is fast approaching. It may seem like you have a long time to get your rig up and rolling but it always seems to creep up on you, next thing you know it’s Easter and the Jeep is being rolled onto the trailer. Moab Jeep Safari is usually the first …

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Moab Relay Race

Moab Mountain Relay Experience some of the wildest scenes around as you beat the path with your favorite running buddies. Check out Moab from the “back side” as you run along the La Sal Mountain Loop Road. Feel the burn as you run through elevation changes that range from 4800 feet to 8800 feet. Climb that mountain, then coast back down into Moab. End …

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Moab Uranium Tailings Pile Starts Moving

The process of removing 16 million tons of radioactive waste that has been piled on the Colorado River bank for decades began on Monday in the southeastern Utah city of Moab. The uranium tailings are being moved to a permanent disposal site 30 miles north, near the town of Crescent Junction.  “The people of Moab and Grand County so cared about this issue that …

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