After receiving 10 dropped calls to police dispatch during the evening of March 11, Moab City Police responded to a location near a trailer park off Walnut Lane. Upon arrival, police said they spoke with a homeowner near the location from which GPS indicated the calls had been placed.
Following the release of a study on the potential economic impact of a reservation plan for Arches National Park, the National Park Service is taking a step back and looking to clarify some of the key findings from the study, particularly with regard to the economic impact the plan would have on Moab, Grand County and San Juan County.
As the days begin to warm in Moab, bikers and runners are out on the roads to mark the unofficial beginning of spring.
The Moab City Council decided during a meeting last week to drastically limit the scope of its Planned Affordable Housing ordinance, also known as PAD. If the changes are approved, most residential areas in the city would be excluded from the plan, continuing to disallow developers from constructing higher density housing in those areas.
Administrators at the Grand County School District put all district schools on lockdown near the end of the school day on Monday, March 11, after mistaking U.S. Marshals for a threat to school safety.
U.S. Rep. John Curtis will hold a town hall meeting from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. March 20 at Star Hall.
This story is one of two this week about recycling challenges, global and local. This story focuses on global challenges and how they affect Moab; the other focuses on Moab-specific challenges.
Experts and community leaders discussed high-level problems and solutions regarding recycling, as well as some of the particulars of the process of recycling in Moab, during a League of Women Voters-hosted event at the library on Monday, March 11.
Rep. Mike McKell (R-Spanish Valley) attempted to pass his bill that would have banned bans on plastic bags, preempting rules passed in Moab and Park City.
After attempting to get his bill to the floor of the Utah House of Representatives, Rep. Mike McKell (R-Spanish Fork) was jeered by his colleagues in the Utah Legislature who were opposed to his bill, H.B. 320, which would have preempted local bans on the use of plastic bags in Park City and Moab.