Wednesday, July 15, 2020

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    Sneak Peek: Middle School nears completion

    The footprint is large and built with growth in mind, to the possibility of accommodating up to 500 seventh and eighth graders.

    School district weighs COVID-19 plan

    Kay said during an interview last month that she too was deeply hopeful Grand County teachers could invite children back into the classroom this fall.

    Brother charged following stabbing

    Bobby Yanito allegedly admitted he stabbed his brother and he was restrained and put in a patrol unit while officers continued to help care for Keshaun Yanito until EMS arrived.

    MRH offers low-cost skin cancer screenings

    Fortunately, there are ways to self-protect from harmful ultraviolet light.

    Here’s what’s happening on the Highway 191 widening project this week

    The contractor will continue working in the center of the highway to install the storm drain pipeline that extends south to Cermak Street where it exits the roadway to the east.

    Masks are a must

    Council Member Rory Paxman, who joined Wells to vote against the face coverings, said that a mask mandate would cause problems for his and other businesses.

    GOP’s Cox, Reyes move on to General Election

    If the figures hold, Cox will face off against University of Utah law professor Christopher Peterson, a Democrat, and Libertarian Daniel Cottam, a surgeon, in November’s general election.

    Man pleads guilty to double manslaughter

    He faces up to 15 years apiece for the deaths of Vilsar Camey, 45, and Camey’s 10-year-old son, Israel on Feb. 9.

    Eklecticafe was cramped but quaint. Then the virus hit

    “It’s so sad to say that, even though there’s a relief for me, but the COVID thing… I just couldn’t sustainably reopen."

    500K facemasks headed to Utah students, teachers

    The state procured the masks from H.M. Cole and Totopazi and will be distributed to school districts in the “greatest need."

    Latest News

    Quirks skew Grand’s COVID tally

    When a visitor in such situations tests positive, where should that case be marked? Should it be marked where they tested positive, or their place of residence?

    Quirks skew Grand’s COVID tally

    When a visitor in such situations tests positive, where should that case be marked? Should it be marked where they tested positive, or their place of residence?

    County: Mask mandate is official

    Southeast Utah Health Department Director Bradon Bradford modeled the local order after those in Salt Lake and Summit counties.

    Lionsback Resort project begins on Sand Flats Road

    The City of Moab will have oversight of the project, which was not something that was always on the table because state law allows SITLA to develop projects without input from local authorities.

    Ask an Expert: Summer gardening strategies

    Treat for spider mites by using “softer” solutions such as spraying them with a hard stream of water or by using an insecticidal soap.