Bonnie Day, 1941-2019

Surrounded by her family, Bonnie Lou Nordfelt Day returned peacefully to her Heavenly Father on March 8, 2019. She was born on March 30, 1941, to Charles Junior and Ellen Tolboe Nordfelt, in Salina, Utah.

City scales back scope of PAD housing plan

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.

Wet winter is ‘historic’

The nonstop rain that fell on southeastern Utah earlier this week might have made life miserable for some folks – a flood advisory was issued for the Mill Creek area on Wednesday, March 13, someone was injured by falling rocks at Fisher Towers, and hikers were turned back from trails – but at least it wasn’t the so-called “bomb cyclone” that struck more than 70 million people from the Rockies to South Dakota.

Red Devils triumphant at season-opening home meet

The Red Devils dominated their own tourney when they hosted the Red Rocks Invitational Track and Field Tournament on Saturday, Mar. 9 at Grand County High. Carbon, Mancos, Emery, Montezuma-Cortez, San Juan, Monticello, and Green River participated in the meet. The boys team took first place out of the eight competing schools and the girls finished third out of eight.