Saturday, July 4, 2020


Moab, UT

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    police reform

    Police reform: Chief bristles at county attorney’s critique

    Responding to comments from Grand County Attorney Christina Sloan on gender bias in local policing, Moab City...

    How do local policing policies compare to proposed reforms?

    Amid Black Lives Matter protests following the death of George Floyd in Minnesota, a movement to effect...

    The policing discussions officials want to have next

    Following a tense, public conversation about race and policing in Grand County last week, many local officials...

    GCSO: 5 of 8 proposals not currently satisfied

    In response to the following analysis by The Times-Independent assessing how the Grand County Sheriff’s Office policies...

    MPD: 4 of 8 proposals not currently satisfied

    Moab City Police Chief Bret Edge presented to the Moab City Council on Tuesday, June 23 his...

    Activists request more law enforcement data

    “If people are scared to come to the police, we need to address that problem,”

    Sloan: Civil Service Act reform should accompany defunding

    “Defunding efforts that do not also accompany Civil Service Act reform are extremely damaging to long-term reform."

    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."