The question of who would benefit most from a parking structure currently under design for downtown Moab has divided local business owners, who showed up in relatively large numbers to speak about the matter during a Moab City Council meeting Tuesday night, Feb. 11.
Responding to what Moab City Council Member Mike Duncan described as overwhelmingly negative comments about back-in parking, elected officials instructed city staff Tuesday, Feb. 11 to stripe over back-in parking on West 100 South to revert it back to pull-in parking.
The final remaining sales tax that Moab has left to implement, as allowed by the State of Utah, might soon come into effect pending voter approval.
Southeast Utah Group of National Parks officials began burning piles of dead vegetation in Salt Valley Wash Monday, Feb. 10. Burns can occur throughout February, March, and April as conditions allow, according to a statement from the group.
The Bureau of Land Management on behalf of the Trump administration on Feb. 6 finalized plans to allow mining and energy drilling on almost 2 million acres that are attached to southern Utah national monuments Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante.
Ravenna grass is now a designated a class IV noxious weed after the Grand County Council unanimously voted to declare it so during its Feb. 4 meeting.
A push to keep Utah on Mountain Daylight Time throughout the year is supported by an overwhelming number of State senators. Senate Bill 59 Daylight Saving Time Amendments, sponsored by Sen. Wayne Harper, R-Salt Lake, proposes Utah stay on Mountain Daylight Time year-round, pending congressional approval and at least four other western states pass similar legislation.
A young player at BEACON’s 27th annual Dodgeball tournament, the last standing on his team, takes a hit to the head as he tries to wrangle two other dodgeballs for a mighty throw. Headshots did not count at the tournament, so the boy stayed in to throw one of the adults on the opposing team out. Ultimately, he was unable to carry his team to victory that round. Photo by Carter Pape
The pending construction of the Radcliffe Hotel at the current site of Gearheads Outdoor Store means the popular business must relocate from 471 South Main to 1040 South Main next to the Southtown Gym – but only for the next year.
A forum to discuss the future of Lake Powell and the long-term issues regarding its management, hosted by the Center for Colorado River Studies, Utah State University, takes place from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20 at Star Hall.
Moab Museum interim Executive Director Forrest Rodgers late last week announced the appointments of Tara Beresh as Curatorial and Collections manager and Mary Langworthy as the museum’s Membership and Community Outreach coordinator.
The Moab chapter of 100 Women Who Care Moab kicks off 2020 at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19 at Sweet Cravings, 397 N. Main. Any and all women who have a desire to give back to the community are invited to attend, according to member Marcy Till.