Note: The page on the National Park Service website containing the full text of the determination may currently be unavailable. Google has cached the webpage here as it appeared on Oct. 10.
During a collaborative meeting of the Moab City Council, Grand County Council and Town Council of Castle Valley, in which each body unanimously voted to oppose the use of off-highway vehicles in southeast Utah’s National Parks and Monuments, a room full of Grand County residents showed up to speak about the issue.
After five years overseeing a dramatic expansion of the Canyonlands Field Airport, Judd Hill is leaving to take a position with airport consulting firm Armstrong Consultants.
The Moab Mosquito Abatement District in a rare Saturday meeting met in closed executive session for more than an hour to discuss the employment of Manager Libby Nance.
The Moab Landfill is no longer home to a massive pile of discarded tires now that a company has removed nearly 1,000 tons of them.
Moab City Police arrested a man after checking on his welfare after he reportedly refused to identify himself to police.
After receiving multiple calls about a reckless driver in a tractor-trailer heading toward Moab from San Juan County on Highway 191, police say they watched the driver use a left turn lane near Mill Creek Drive to pass four cars.
The Grand County Family Support Group at The Christmas Box House will hold its fifth annual Trunk or Treat from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Oct. 31 – Halloween! – at the Old Spanish Trail Arena.
Staring down a budget shortfall of more than $1 million following near universal wage and salary increases last year, the Grand County Council will seek the first property tax increase in a dozen years.
In the first joint meeting of the Moab City Council, Grand County Council and Town Council of Castle Valley in recent memory, the three bodies unanimously voted to oppose the use of off-highway vehicles, such as ATVs and UTVs, in southeast Utah’s national parks and monuments.
With the wind out of the sails of an initiative to manage traffic at Arches National Park via a reservation system, visitors next year might face the same levels of traffic they had this season, and if trends hold, worse.
After the Grand County School District retested vaping devices that it recently found at the high school, a prior test that showed positive for methamphetamine was overturned to negative. The retest confirmed a positive test for THC, which is the primary psychoactive component of marijuana.