There could not be a Trashion Show without Trashion Crafting, which gets underway 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 25 at WabiSabi’s Community Engagement Center next to the retail outlet at 160 East 100 South in Moab.
The Grand County wrestling team wrapped up the season at the USHAA State Championship on Friday, Feb.14 in the UCCU Center at Utah Valley University, in Orem.
The number of honeybee hives and those who keep them was cut in half in Grand County over the past year, according to Honeybee Inspector Gerry Shue.
Last week, Grand County hosted businesses from across southeastern Utah, including San Juan County for the first time, at its annual business summit now called the Canyonlands Business Summit for a day of updates on the local economy, talks from local business leaders and networking. Utah Lt. Gov. and gubernatorial candidate Spencer Cox gave the keynote address; U.S. Rep. John Curtis, R-Provo, also attended and spoke at the event; and Grand County Community and Economic Development Director Zacharia Levine updated the business community on the state of the local economy.
Construction on the new middle school continues to progress, but in the middle of it all lies a new issue: the Verizon cell tower.
The renowned Harlem Wizards visited Moab on Monday, Feb. 17 and brought some basketball tricks and hoops knowledge to the Grand County High School gym. The Wizards are a professional basketball exhibition team that tours the world to help non-profits raise funds.
Wild swans are currently winging their way through Utah. Both tundra swans and trumpeter swans, which are more rarely seen, stop in Utah’s wetlands for some much-needed rest and refueling during their annual spring migration. The migration takes the swans from wintering grounds in California to nesting sites in Canada and Alaska.
Energy Fuels, the owner of the White Mesa Mill and mining properties in San Juan County, is hopeful that a new proposal in the federal budget could be a lifeline to the struggling uranium industry.
Thirty-seven conservation groups representing millions of members sent the Bureau of Land Management a letter on Friday, Feb. 14, requesting additional time to comment on the agency’s proposed grazing regulation revisions.
Scammers love to take advantage of people’s fears, and the spread of a new disease like coronavirus is downright scary. As folks strive to keep themselves and their loved ones healthy, they need to watch out for counterfeit facemasks and other scams.
The Department of the Interior on Friday, Feb. 14, announced another round of $3.2 million in grant funding for 11 western states, bringing the department’s and other stakeholders’ support of big game species habitat conservation and scientific research for migration corridors and winter ranges to more than $22 million, said the department in an emailed statement.
The Utah House of Representatives joined the State Senate in unanimously passing Senate Bill 26 — Water Banking amendments.