Friday, August 14, 2020


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    Veterans Charity Ride visits Moab

    Its members on Saturday donated supplies of personal protective equipment to local paramedics and EMTs, (above).

    Underdog to the rescue: Brings supplies to reservation

    Underdog will continue its work on the reservation with a free spay/neuter and vaccination clinic for three days at the end of August.

    Library extends curbside service hours

    Beginning on Monday, Aug. 3, the Grand County Library’s curbside service hours were extended.

    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.

    Moab Museum gets grant to digitize images

    The museum will take a phased approach to the collection, which contains nearly 50,000 images in total.

    For many on the Navajo Nation, getting water requires travel, a wait in long lines and lots of patience

    More than 40% of Navajo Nation households in Utah’s San Juan County do not have running water.

    Comet NEOWISE to grace night sky through July

    The comet made its closest approach to the sun on July 3, but until this week was only visible in the sky before dawn.

    USU Extension 4-H hosts virtual mental health camp for teens

    Utah State University Extension 4-H hosts a virtual summer camp focusing on mental health and well-being for youth. Camp Thrive is designed...

    Finding a home for Coal: Taxidermist preserves rare black deer that died in December

    “He was such a rare animal. Albinos are exceedingly rare and so are spotted deer, but melanistic deer are, maybe one in several million.”

    Moab Music Festival unveils modified 28th season

    Only outdoor concerts will be presented, without intermissions, pre-concert talks, or post-concert receptions.

    YGP uses county grant to help feed most vulnerable

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Youth Garden Project has directed more focus and resources to local food security and distribution initiatives connecting local producers to programs that distribute food to those in need.

    Washing raw poultry: Using science versus choice

    A study from the U.S. Department of...

    A dollar for a doughnut? Yes, please!

    Two new shops recently endowed Moab with a snack offering that was not previously available from any local, stand-alone shop: Doughnuts.

    Ask an Expert: Planning a road trip? Try these healthy eating tips

    Many people have road trips on their agenda this summer. It’s not always easy to eat healthy foods while on the road, or on any vacation for that matter, but with a little planning and effort, it can be done. Consider these tips.

    YGP Harvest Fest to host produce contest

    This fall’s first annual Youth Garden Project...

    Youth Garden Project hosts dinner July 20

    The Youth Garden Project announces its first Garden Dinner fundraiser of the season. A Garden Dinner is a rich, delicious and unique experience for each attendee, according to the YGP.