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    Airport gets another $1M FAA grant

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    Leaving Guatemala

    I selected “send me where I’m needed most,” my desire to immerse myself in another country’s culture not affixed to any location in particular.

    Widespread testing is key to Moab’s path forward

    Once a person develops symptoms of COVID-19, it has likely already been days since they started unknowingly spreading the virus. As such, local health officials want to expand testing locally for the coronavirus.

    County to diversify post-virus

    The impacts of the pandemic have renewed local leaders’ focus on a topic many have worried over for years but must now confront in much starker terms: Economic diversification.

    Arches, Canyonlands to reopen May 29

    Arches and Canyonlands national parks will partially reopen to the public at the end of the month, according to a spokesperson for the parks, following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state and local public health authorities.

    The party is over at Imagination Station art supply store

    Cindy Sue Hunter serves a customer at her art supply store, Imagination Station, which has been reconfigured to allow shoppers to do what Hunter calls “door shopping."

    Where is broadband available in Moab?

    When the superintendent of Utah schools announced last month that school would...
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    Editor Doug McMurdo reports on news out of the Moab City Center, tourism, courts, change of government and more.
    Andy Solsvig, Canyonlands Field Airport Director

    A few days after receiving more than $1 million in CARES Act funding, Canyonlands Field Airport was awarded an additional $1 million in entitlement funding through the Federal Aviation Administration.

    “I’m grateful,” said Director Andy Solsvig at Monday’s electronic Airport Board meeting. “This is keeping us afloat.”

    Solsvig said none of the money that was recently awarded can be used for future projects — such as plans to buy a snowplow — but for projects that have already been approved. Solsvig said the funding will be used for operations to keep staff paid — only 25 enplanements occurred in April — and for capital projects, such as extending a runway.

    The 2020 projects include phase two of the design and construction of the extension, the cost of which will be submitted to the FAA.

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    Broken bones in Left Hand

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    Employment data confirms Grand is among worst hit in state

    The figures confirm earlier estimates that roughly one in five to one in six jobs in Grand County have been lost to COVID-19.

    Widespread testing is key to Moab’s path forward

    Once a person develops symptoms of COVID-19, it has likely already been days since they started unknowingly spreading the virus. As such, local health officials want to expand testing locally for the coronavirus.