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Navajos approve access for plant 28.2.2009 Durango Herald
Navajos approve access for plant
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Navajo council OKs rights-of-way measure 28.2.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- The Navajo Nation Council on Friday voted 71-8 to approve right-of-way easements for a proposed coal-fired power plant on the reservation, marking the tribe's last step in what has been a long process to move the controversial project forward.
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Residents' dreams shaken up 28.2.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
La Sal Junction » Manuel Davis built his dream home over a year's worth of weekends and pre-retirement vacations from his job as a Boston hospital consultant.
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Senate bill aims at boosting Utah's Zion Curtain 28.2.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
A pair of liquor reform bills appear to be on a crash course, and Sen. Steve Urquhart is trying to fashion a compromise to salvage something in the legislative session's final two weeks.
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Fatal Zion fall ruled a suicide 28.2.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
A New Jersey man who died after falling 400 feet off a cliff at Zion National Park likely committed suicide, park officials said Friday. The 48-year-old man's body was found Thursday near Great Arch, below Canyon Overlook, according to park officials.
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Senate bill aims to boost Zion Curtain, tighten liquor laws 28.2.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
The so-called Zion Curtain could get a lot more formidable under a bill moving through the Senate. However, the measure sponsored by Sen. John Valentine, R-Orem, aimed at preventing children from being exposed to alcohol in restaurants is on a collision course with an effort in the House and
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Fatal fall in Zion National Park 27.2.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
A man apparently fell 400 feet to his death this week in Zion National Park.
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Are Utah banks lending? Depends who you ask 26.2.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
If anyone qualifies for a business loan, it might be Frank Dsouza. His Salt Lake City-based import, manufacturing and distribution company, Seaich Corp.
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Quick 'n' Dirty 26.2.2009 Durango Telegraph
2009-02-26
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Air Pollution Comes to Southern Utah 24.2.2009 Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance Stories
Air Pollution Comes to Southen Utah As a general operating principle, visible air is not our best friend. Thus the old rule: “If you can see it, don’t breathe it.” But strict adherence to the rule would have meant not breathing at all on far too many days this winter along Utah’s Wasatch Front. Residents found themselves trapped again and again in ugly, polluted muck. Long assumed to be strictly a peril of crowded urban living, the problem is moving to southern Utah. The Uintah Basin is known for Dinosaur National Monument and splendid wild country along the White River. Now, it includes ozone and particulate pollution, too. The levels approach Clean Air Act standards—and even exceed them in some cases. The culprit ...
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Page property values rising 23.2.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
PAGE -- Rising property values are giving Page yet one more distinction from the rest of the state.
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At Grand Canyon, water battle rages anew 23.2.2009 Tucson Citizen
Nearly a year after the federal government flooded the Grand Canyon in a test of resource restoration, questions persist about whether the agency in charge watered down the experiment to protect power providers and ignored high-level critics of the operation.
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Water battle rages at Grand Canyon 22.2.2009 azcentral.com | news
Utilities' needs trumping habitat, scientists allege.
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Are Utah banks lending? Depends who you ask 21.2.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
If anyone qualifies for a business loan, it might be Frank Dsouza. His Salt Lake City-based import, manufacturing and distribution company, Seaich Corp.
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Page candidates assail public transportation 20.2.2009 Custom Search
PAGE -- The seven candidates for Page City Council preached fiscal conservatism at a forum Wednesday.
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Wilderness Strategy Questioned 18.2.2009 NewWest.Net All Headlines
"Compromise is often necessary, but it ought not to originate with environmental leaders. Our role is to hold fast to what we believe is right, to fight for it, to find allies, and to adduce all possible arguments for our cause."'-- David Brower Dapine Herling, President of the Montana Wilderness Association (MWA), recently submitted a guest commentary to NewWest.Net titled "Opportunity Knocks for Protection of Montana's Forests and Water."

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A travel writer's visit wish list 15.2.2009 Custom Search
ROME -- People always ask me how I decide where to go.
Zions Bancorp acquires another failed bank 10.2.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Utah's Zions Bancorp has added to its presence in Southern California with the acquisition of failed Alliance Bank. The deal was arranged by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
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Salazar Pulls Controversial Utah Oil and Gas Leases 5.2.2009 NewWest.Net All Headlines
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced Wednesday that he is rejecting the bids on 77 controversial Utah drilling leases close to national parks and sensitive public lands to give the department more time to review them. The leases were among the so-called midnight maneuvers enacted in the last days of the Bush administration, many of which were criticized by environmentalists for weakening environmental protections. The 77 leases comprise 130,000 acres close to Arches and Canyonlands national parks, Dinosaur National Monument and Nine Mile Canyon, and fetched $6 million in bids which Salazar said would be returned. They were among 116 parcels offered for bid in the region. Those are American iconic treasures that we need to make sure are protected, ...
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The future of flow 1.1.1970 Durango Telegraph
2011-07-07
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