The Youth Garden Project is looking for volunteers for its first annual harvest festival slated for Saturday, Sept. 21.
The U.S. Small Business Administration recently issued an interim final rule that will adjust monetary-based small business size standards for inflation to allow more small businesses to become eligible for the SBA’s loan and contracting programs. The interim final rule was published in the Federal Register on July 18.
National 811 Day was recognized Sunday, Aug. 11. To mark the occasion, Dominion Energy urged homeowners and professional excavators to practice safety measures by calling 811 to have underground utility lines marked before doing any digging project.
Four babies were born at Moab Regional Hospital in July.
Vote tallies from the Moab City Council election are in. Moving on to the general election on Nov. 5 are the three incumbents, Tawny Knuteson-Boyd, Rani Derasary and Kalen Jones, and three of the challengers, Kenneth G. Minor, M Bryon Walston and Kendall Jenson. Vote counts for each candidate are below.
Utah Division of Wildlife Resources officials said Tuesday morning that they located and killed the black bear that bit a boy on the head on Friday, Aug. 9 near Dewey. Division officials said they located the bear within a mile of the original incident later the same day.
The Times-Independent asked each of the 10 candidates running for Moab City Council this year about housing, lodging, taxation, compensation, and more in lead-up to today’s election. The field of 10 will winnow to six after the votes are tallied this evening, and The Times-Independent will have live updates on the results as they come in.
The first day of classes at the Moab Charter School is delayed until Aug. 26, according to Director Carrie Ann Marinelli, due to “unforeseen circumstances with the delivery of our new building.”
Around 5:45 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 9, a bear attacked a 13-year-old camper near Dewey Bridge, according to an official from the Utah Department of Wildlife Resources. The bear attacked the victim while he was sleeping, injuring his right cheek and right ear.
In lead-up to the first day of school next week, The Times-Independent published four guides with essential information on important dates, supply lists, new hires. Here is a list of links to the different stories, lists and calendars:
Amidst a moratorium adopted by the San Juan County Commission that will end on Nov. 17, Spanish Valley residents are looking to get ahead of commercial developments, including lodging construction, in the southern part of the valley.
While political parties in other Utah counties routinely amend precinct maps based on changing demographics and other factors, neither Republicans nor Democrats in Grand County have made a single change in at least 40 years.