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La Sal man dies in head-on crash on U.S. 191
A La Sal man was killed Feb. 2 in a head-on collision on U.S. 191 south of Moab near Blue Hill. The crash occurred at approximately 8:35 p.m. near mile-marker 113, according to the Utah Highway Pat...
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Work at Moab UMTRA site reaches the halfway mark
Crews recently celebrated the relocation of 8 million tons of tailings
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Serving Moab: How Grand County EMS provides essential medical care to residents and visitors
Grand County EMS faced a record-breaking 1,015 calls in 2015. From in-town to the backcountry, Grand County’s EMT’s — who are paid on a per call basis — must know how to treat and assess a widening...
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The Week in Pictures
<b><i>End of an era...<br></b></i>
A.J. Rogers (sitting) and Mike Brown of Thompson Springs say a last farewell to the old Thompson train depot just a few days before the building was demolished. Work crews removed asbestos from the building in mid-January, and demolition crews began tearing down the old depot on Jan. 20. The Thompson depot once provided the nearest train stop to Moab for passengers traveling east and west on Amtrak trains, including the California Zephyr. Amtrak discontinued stops at Thompson in 1997 in favor of the railroad station in Green River, and the depot has not been used for passenger rail service since that time. The rail line that runs through Thompson is operated by Union Pacific Railroad, which also owns the Thompson depot and recently made the decision to demolish the building. Photo courtesy of Orion Rogers
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Judge rules against city in Arches Drive B&B appeal
by Lisa J. Church
The Times-Independent
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More than a year after the Moab City Council denied a local couple’s application for a conditional use permit to operate a bed and breakfast on Arches Drive, a judge has overturned the council’s de...
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