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New volunteers add muscle to MVFD
Mosher exits, Brewer steps in

The Moab Valley Fire Protection District has recruited seven new trainees this year, raising membership to 31. At a time when volunteerism is declining, the new members are welcome additions to the...
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City to buy Walnut Lane land
The City of Moab’s efforts to create more affordable housing may soon be realized in brick and mortar. At their regular meeting on Aug. 14, the Moab City Council discussed the acquisition of proper...
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Council 'Trimmed' by one
Position may be empty until January

Patrick Trim will leave the Grand County Council at the end of the month, according to Administrator Ruth Dillon. Dillon in a Monday email said Trim tendered his letter of resignation, saying he ha...
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Getting charged up in Moab
There is a new electric car charging station in front of City Hall on Center Street. On Tuesday morning, the Bruhl family from New Haven, Vermont enjoyed the shady lawn while their vehicle got char...
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Moab’s growth increases workload for health department
Rogers: ‘We want our community to succeed’

As Moab continues to grow, those charged with keeping residents and visitors safe find themselves with more responsibilities. While the police department, sheriff’s office, emergency medical servic...
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The victims of June’s Cinema Court fire presented outgoing Fire Chief Phil Mosher with a framed and signed photograph of the blaze. Mosher, who attended his final Moab Valley Fire Department board meeting Tuesday, at least in an official capacity, also received a plaque recognizing his 20 years of service to the department. Commissioners Tom Shellenberger, Archie Walker and James McGann thanked Mosher for “all he has done” for the city and the department. 
               Photo by Doug McMurdo
The victims of June’s Cinema Court fire presented outgoing Fire Chief Phil Mosher with a framed and signed photograph of the blaze. Mosher, who attended his final Moab Valley Fire Department board meeting Tuesday, at least in an official capacity, also received a plaque recognizing his 20 years of service to the department. Commissioners Tom Shellenberger, Archie Walker and James McGann thanked Mosher for “all he has done” for the city and the department. Photo by Doug McMurdo
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