Local photographer Bill Rau captured this stunning photo during a lightning storm on Monday.
“It’s good news for some other county in Utah who applies, because that money goes right back into the pot.” – Elaine Gizler, executive director of the Moab Area Travel Council
“This is a movement to educate tourists on how to respect the land, and our locals know how better than anyone.” – Elaine Gizler, executive director of the Moab Area Travel Council
Members of the Moab City Planning Commission recently backed a plan to pass a temporary ban on lodging developments to create time over the coming months to formulate a long-term solution to regulating lodging developments.
A miscommunication led to a reporting error in a story published June 13 regarding a joint Grand County Council and San Juan County Commission meeting held June 10.
How many longtime residents remember when Moab won first place in a Most Scenic Dump competition?
Part of a house on Arbor Drive in Spanish Valley was caught in a brush fire around 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 13. First responders at the scene said they were unaware of any injuries resulting from the fire.
I am a changed woman. That is because on Saturday, I faced my biggest fear and lived to tell about it. I went whitewater rafting in class 4 and 5 rapids on the Colorado River with record-breaking swells due to high water.
Based on historical averages, the Colorado River typically peaks near Moab during the first week of June. This year the river is projected to peak later; a forecast from the National Weather Service showed the river could reach its maximum on June 15.
During a discussion of future land use plans regarding lodging in Moab, multiple members of the city staff expressed concern with an idea among the Moab City Council and public to remove overnight rentals as a protected use within city limits.