Police arrested a man Thursday afternoon, July 4, after he allegedly tried to kick in a door at a local apartment building. Police allegedly found that the man, whom they recognized from a call from earlier in the day, had methamphetamine in his pockets.
The City of Moab announced the promotion of Officer Mike Thurston to Assistant Moab Police Chief with a swearing-in ceremony at the start of the city council meeting Tuesday, July 9.
While bird species that nest in the eaves of buildings might seem like a nuisance, it’s unlawful to disturb nests that have eggs or baby birds, and you can be cited for doing so, according to Utah Division of Wildlife Resources spokesperson Faith Jolley.
A 3 year-old boy has been released from the hospital and is “doing well,” according to Grand County EMS Outreach Coordinator McKay Vowles after nearly drowning and being resuscitated by lifeguards and an off-duty hospital employee.
The Moab Mosquito Abatement District announced Wednesday, July 3, that they hope to fog the eastern side of the sloughs sometimes this week. “This is not a guranteed event,” said Manager Libby Nance, “as the old fogger could break down again.”
Grand County residents can witness the Utah Court of Appeals in action Oct. 18 when judges take up an appeal of a lawsuit filed over a controversial plan to build a resort on state land in the Sand Flats Recreation Area.
More new cases of melanoma were diagnosed in Utah in 2016 than any other state, according to QuoteWizard, a firm that helps link shoppers to a variety of insurance providers.
The Moab Mosquito Abatement District board announced it will not do any more fogging to eradicate the plague of aggressive nuisance mosquitoes that have descended on Grand County in June and continues to vex residents and tourists alike.
A fast-moving brush fire in Thompson late Sunday afternoon was prevented from reaching several homes, according to Thompson Springs Fire Chief Mark Marcum.
Moab City Police arrested one man two days in a row, Thursday and Friday, July 27 and 28, after reportedly finding him highly intoxicated by the slackline park on 500 West.
According to a report from the Moab City Police, officers responded to a local restaurant Sunday afternoon, June 30, after a man left without paying his $30 drink tab.
Moab City Police arrested two persons found at an RV park after one reportedly provided false information to police and the other was found in possession of a prying tool.