Monday, May 25, 2020

Moab, UT

62.6 F

    public works

    Fixing Moab’s vital public services will require years of spending

    Critical investments cost far outweighs total city budget Half of Moab’s sewer piping is concrete, a material that...

    City takes aim at derelict infrastructure

    This accompanying story describes the extent of the challenge facing Moab in fixing its infrastructure and its cost, which will take years...

    Changing churches’ sewer fees could be costly

    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Moab watered its lawn midday this week. The church is among nine...

    City hires new public works director

    The City of Moab has hired a new public works director. Oscar Antillon, formerly of California and Singapore, has accepted the position and will begin work on June 24.

    Gas prices creep up as holiday dawns

    The national average price of gasoline has risen 2 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $1.86 per gallon Monday.

    Nominees sought for Theodore Roosevelt Genius Prize Advisory Council

    It will focus on endangered species protection, invasive species management, poaching and wildlife trafficking prevention, and nonlethal solutions to human-wildlife conflicts, according to a press release from the department.

    Obituary: Michael Arehart, 1950-2020

    On Nov. 21, 1973, he married his wife of 47 years, Ann Sparks of Nephi, Utah, in the Manti Temple. To this union came four children, Teresa “Tee,” Mindee, Trevor and Monica.

    Obituary: Richard Fullam III, 1952-2020

    Richard was born in Brooklyn, New York on April 24, 1952 to Richard J. Jr. and Dorothea A. Baetz Fullam.