Tuesday, June 2, 2020


Moab, UT

91.3 F

    Sample Category Title

    Letter: Haircuts, concerts not ‘constitutional rights’

    Our Constitution does not list mall shopping and concert attendance as constitutional rights, and for good reason.

    Letter: Post-Memorial Day musings

    My young political life and understanding began as a humble, financially challenged, Lake Michigan, cigarette smoking 11-year-old paperboy.

    Letter: Do you trust Bill Gates?

    Hundreds of international experts have called for a moratorium on 5G, citing “serious health concerns."

    Why I wear the mask

    I wear the mask because people who know about viruses and community spread and pandemic response protocols are far more trustworthy than any politician telling you something different.

    Town Council nixes use of gravel pit

    Pamela Gibson and Tory Hill were also sworn in as members of the board and Hill was selected to continue as treasurer for the board.

    Don’t hurt farmers to save the Colorado River

    limate change is a major cause in reducing Colorado River flows, with recent studies putting the reduction between 3 and 5.2% for every 1 degree Fahrenheit rise in temperature. Im

    Here’s how to save the Colorado River

    To close the deficit, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and the states have been struggling to apportion the drastic cuts necessary.

    Letter: Envision a new Moab on our own terms

    Moab, we’ve taken care of our visitors very well for a very long time. So long, in fact, that I think we’ve forgotten to take care of ourselves.

    Letter: Open the pool to locals

    The aquatic center is closed until further notice despite the fact they still have a few salaried employees who are maintaining the facility. As did the many small businesses that are starting to reopen a COVID-19 mitigation/protocol plan was designed, was presented to council and approved by the health department.

    Letter: Facemasks should be mandatory

    I drove to Denver on Monday for an appointment. While there, I shopped at Home Depot and Trader Joe’s. Their precautions were impressive and reassuring. Each store required all customers to wear facemasks. Employees wore masks and gloves.

    Letter: Thank you, nursing home workers

    We at CMS share the goal of keeping nursing facility residents safe and healthy. We are using CMS’s regulatory authority to facilitate residents’ care and ensure that long-term care facilities have the guidance they need to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

    Castle Valley Comments

    The area was under a red flag (fire weather) warning for several days this week. Issued by the National Weather Service to firefighters and land management agencies, the warning means conditions are ideal for wildland fire combustion and rapid spread of a fire.

    Latest News

    City cuts jobs to bridge huge tax loss

    These steps are in addition to cuts made March 13 when 60 part-time employees were terminated.