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    Housing Relief Fund to aid idled workers; group asks for donations

    Kaitlin Myers No county in Utah has seen more jobs lost per capita in the wake of the...

    Local firm wins Walnut Lane bid award

    The Moab City Council voted 5-0 Tuesday to approve a resolution awarding the contract to provide site planning, architectural and engineering services for the city’s Walnut Lane affordable housing project. Local architect Courtney Kizer of Architectural Squared submitted the winning bid...

    Housing Relief Fund to aid idled workers; group asks for donations

    Kaitlin Myers No county in Utah has seen more jobs lost per capita in the wake of the...

    City planners want hotels to build their own workforce housing

    Current ordinance provides incentives for fees in lieu of housing construction. Work on the Worldmark north of downtown...

    Local man builds new standard in Moab for energy-efficient, affordable housing

    Local resident Aaron Thompson has set a new standard for building sustainable housing in Moab. He recently completed construction on and moved into a new house for his family in Spanish Valley, achieving one of the country’s highest standards for energy efficiency.

    What makes a house passive? Is it the same as net-zero?

    Energy recovery ventilation systems, such as the one shown here, move warm, indoor air past cool, outdoor air to heat the...

    For the workforce: 300-unit project breaks ground

    Audrey Graham, center, of the Moab Area Community Land Trust, jumps for joy with AmericaCorps Vista volunteer Alex Oldham, left, and...

    Walnut Lane: City to take measured approach to housing development

    These trailers on Walnut Lane will become apartments over time if a city plan to revitalize the subdivision goes according to...

    City grapples with proposed overnight lodging rules

    Proposed requirements could put a damper on new lodging developments if they are ultimately approved by the Moab City Council.

    Housing Authority has good year; affordable units take shape

    The Housing Authority of Southeastern Utah had a fairly good year in 2019, according to a report offered by Executive Director Ben...

    Harvest Day at Arroyo Crossing

    Courtesy photo Participants and organizers gather Saturday, Oct. 26, at a plant collection effort at the future Arroyo...

    Vail-style deed restricted housing meeting is Nov. 5

    This is Vail Village in Vail, Colorado. Photo courtesy of Kameragrl@wtswikivoyage/Wikimedia Commons The Moab Area Housing Task Force...

    Young sisters killed in Goblin Valley flash flood

    Two young siblings from West Jordan died in a flashflood at Little Wild Horse Canyon inside Goblin Valley State Park in Emery...

    Against local officials’ request, gov. allows Moab lodgings to fully reopen

    Grand County asked to keep hotel capacities limited. The state overruled local elected and health officials, instead further lifting restrictions on the county.

    Man pleads guilty to crimes against minor

    A Moab man has pleaded guilty after his January arrest on allegations he had engaged in a two-year sexual relationship with a teenager.

    Samuel Beauregard, 45, could receive up to five years on each of the two counts to which he pleaded guilty...

    Another business folds: Owner says Atomic Grill will not reopen

    In a public letter to Moab posted on his Facebook profile, Tim Buckingham, chef and owner of the Atomic Grill and Lounge...

    The class of 2020 will celebrate like none before

    With physical distancing and social togetherness the name of the game amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the class of 2020 from Grand County High School will join their peers around the state, country and world to celebrate their graduation in a manner that will be altogether unprecedented and unique but will — to the degree that it is safe — bring them together to celebrate on May 28.