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Moab March for Science draws large crowd
Moab residents and visitors joined groups across the country and around the world on Earth Day, April 22, in taking to the streets to march in support of science. More than a hundred people gathere...
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Charges filed in March 5 crash that killed two Grand County teens
The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office has charged a Moab man in connection with a March 5 accident on the La Sal Mountain Loop Road that resulted in the deaths of two Grand County High School studen...
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Moab Retro April 27, 2017
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The 25th annual Moab April Action Car Show revs into town Friday April 28, bringing an estimated 400 entries and hundreds of spectators to check out what’s old and new in the world of classic cars. The car show is open to the public on Saturday, April 29 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The majority of proceeds from the show, which is organized by the Moab Rotary Club, will support the Moab Free Health Clinic, Rotary Club officials say. Event coordinator John Fogg says car show enthusiasts come for the fun and excitement they find in Moab. “[Participants] love the excitement of the town,” Fogg said. “I go to every car show around [Moab], and they don’t have a tenth of the amount of people that look at the cars. That just doesn’t happen anywhere else.” While there will be several “rod runs” for participants in the car show, a free event on Saturday grants onlookers and the community an opportunity take a look at the variety of vehicles. From Corvettes to Camaros, “rat rods” and antique motorcycles, the Moab April action Car Show will have it all, Fogg said. “We take any kind of vehicle. So far, our oldest vehicle is from 1918 and then we go all the way up to 2017,”. Saturday’s all-day event will also feature a live band, “Kitty and The Cruisers,” playing music from the 1950s and 60s from 1 to 2:30 p.m., and dancing at the park. Fogg encourages the community to stop by the show, saying many of the cars, and the show itself, are “a one of a kind thing.”        				      Photo by Zane Taylor
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City to hold final public hearing on new draft general plan update
by Rose Egelhoff
The Times-Independent
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The Moab City Council has scheduled a final public hearing on May 23 as council members consider whether to approve a new city general plan. The general plan, developed over the past several years ...
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