Tuesday, August 4, 2020


Moab, UT

84.6 F


    Beautiful lightning show has downside

    Other residents either took photos or just watched in awe as the spectacle unfolded before them.

    A Page Out of the Book Cliffs

    The hour passed quickly and I was just about to saddle my horse when here came Lord Byron tramping into camp with a meaner look in his eye than Scarlet had shown

    Losing someone to COVID-19

    Years later, I realized Lon treated everyone like they were the most important person in the world. That was his nature.

    The wall with Mexico will come tumbling down

    The monstrous wall so close to them has further militarized our international boundary with Mexico.

    Fire destroys a Castle Valley home

    Within minutes the first arriving Castle Valley unit found the structure and a vehicle fully engulfed in flames.

    Iron Chlorosis: symptoms, causes, solutions

    Iron chlorosis often occurs in alkaline soils (pH greater than 7.0), which are common in Utah.

    Freedom isn’t free, it’s also not well understood

    It’s unfortunate that masks have been politicized when wearing them would benefit everyone.

    COVID-19 strands couple in Castle Valley

    The couple planned to return in mid-May but was told by airport authorities that it would open in June then July and now they are being told possibly August.

    On toppling statutes and other flash points

    Just as it is unfair to judge a 30-year-old by a mistake they made at 15, it is patently unfair to compare anyone from the past to the social mores in play today.

    A Page Out of the Book Cliffs

    It was only about five miles but there were plenty of ups and downs to contend with and it felt much farther.
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    Al fresco: COVID-19 pushes city to permit outdoor dining

    Distancing guidelines would have to be followed and businesses would have to apply for a license.

    The Market on Center

    A new type of farmers market is happening in Moab this summer, and it began on July 23. Dubbed “The Market on Center,” it includes vendors selling food and produce, artisan creations and other items.

    Domestic travel not replacing global visits

    The overall figures for 2020, not just the month of June, are more striking.

    CNY flights more empty than full

    The numbers align with anecdotes from businesses of seeing more Texas and California license plates than typical.

    Abandoned mine reclamation project could begin this fall

    The closure methods include masonry walls, steel grates, rebar barricade and earthen backfill.