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BLM seeks public's help after new Grandstaff Trailhead signs are stolen from Negro Bill Canyon
The Moab office of the Bureau of Land Management confirmed this morning that the new Grandstaff Trailhead signs posted last weekend at the entrance to Negro Bill Canyon have been stolen. “It’s very...
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Ross named acting police chief following Navarre’s retirement
Moab Mayor Dave Sakrison, with the approval of the Moab City Council, has appointed Moab Police Lt. Steve Ross to helm the police department on an interim basis, following the resignation of former...
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Moab city, Spanish Valley Water District reach tentative sewer services agreement
Officials say it has been a long time coming, but the Moab City Council and the Spanish Valley Water and Sewer Improvement District (SVWSID) have finally reached a tentative agreement after ongoing...
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The Week in Pictures
Participants in a previous year’s Moab Pride Festival visibility march carry signs through downtown Moab in celebration of community inclusivity. This year’s march and festival will be held Saturday, Oct. 1.
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BLM’s decision to replace ‘Negro Bill’ sign at trailhead draws mixed community response
by Molly Marcello
The Times-Independent
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The Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Moab Field Office last weekend replaced the “Negro Bill Canyon” trailhead sign off state Route 128 with a sign reading “Grandstaff Trailhead.” Local field offi...