Moab Chamber of Commerce representatives join Dr. Rhonda Cowern and the staff of Moab Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the business’ recent relocation from Center Street. The new address is 131 East 100 South.
The owners of Café Italiano, the food truck coffee and sandwich shop located at 100 South and Main Street, were featured in the Utah chapter of the Small Business Development Corporation’s annual report.
A Colorado company has developed a completely biodegradable bicycle chain lubricant that is now being used in a couple of Moab businesses.
The Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control recently named local employee Wendy Mayberry as its employee of the quarter, out of the departments approximately 650 employees statewide. Mayberry was rewarded with a plaque and performance bonus.
Changes that began at the Moab Museum in 2014 — including its closure for renovations since September of 2018 — have progressed to the point the public can get a sneak peek Saturday ahead of the grand reopening scheduled for April 1.
Economic data recently compiled by Grand County officials for an update to Moab’s business leaders suggests that the city’s tourism economy has slowed in recent years following more than a decade of unfettered growth and that wage growth has, as it has for years, not kept pace with increasing housing costs.
Last week, Grand County hosted businesses from across southeastern Utah, including San Juan County for the first time, at its annual business summit now called the Canyonlands Business Summit for a day of updates on the local economy, talks from local business leaders and networking. Utah Lt. Gov. and gubernatorial candidate Spencer Cox gave the keynote address; U.S. Rep. John Curtis, R-Provo, also attended and spoke at the event; and Grand County Community and Economic Development Director Zacharia Levine updated the business community on the state of the local economy.
Robert “Bubba” Bartosh has been named the new general manager at Moab radio stations KCYN, 97.1 FM and KCPX. 1490 AM. He replaces Jennifer Johnson and starts March 1. The next day Bartosh launches a new radio program that will air from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Rocky Mountain Power is making it easy to help struggling families stay warm and keep the lights on.
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.
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.
Grand and San Juan County businesses will converge next week for the first business summit to bring the two communities together, and the Grand County Division of Community and Economic Development has reeled in some notable figures to speak at the event, including the U.S. Rep. John Curtis (R-Provo) and the Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox.