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Arches proposes reservation system to manage traffic
Arches National Park is seeking public comment on a proposed traffic congestion management plan that would regulate entry during the busiest season and times of day at the park. Reservations would ...
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Bentley to retire after long, storied career at MVMC
After more than decade of leadership at the Moab Valley Multicultural Center (MVMC), founder Leticia Bentley is ready for new adventures, retiring from her position as outreach coordinator at the c...
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Stenta: Highest voter turnout on record for Moab city election
If you voted in the Nov. 7 general election for Moab City Mayor and Moab City Council, you can count yourself among the majority — as more than 75 percent of registered voters cast ballots by mail,...
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Culture survey shows strengths, areas to improve for Grand County schools
The results of a survey of Grand County parents have come out, showing what parents think of the school district. The surveys, which began in September, were open for a month and a half, said Grand...
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WabiSabi Thanksgiving dinner returns to Moab at Grand Center
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, the WabiSabi Thrift Store is preparing for their annual Thanksgiving meal at the Grand Center on Thursday, Nov. 23, starting at 2 p.m. WabiSabi crafted bot...
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As of Thursday, Nov. 16, the window for open burns in Grand County has expired and anyone seeking to burn clippings, bushes, plants and prunings from trees during property and residential clean-up activities will need a special permit. The permits are available on an individual, case-by-case basis from Orion Rogers, environmental health director for the Southeast Utah Health Department. For more information about burning permits, call Rogers at 801-557-6978 or email orogers@utah.gov.          File photo
As of Thursday, Nov. 16, the window for open burns in Grand County has expired and anyone seeking to burn clippings, bushes, plants and prunings from trees during property and residential clean-up activities will need a special permit. The permits are available on an individual, case-by-case basis from Orion Rogers, environmental health director for the Southeast Utah Health Department. For more information about burning permits, call Rogers at 801-557-6978 or email orogers@utah.gov. File photo
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    by Molly Marcello
    The Times-Independent
    11.02.17 - 10:42 am
  • Fire department working with county to fund calls outside city
    by Drew Chowbay
    The Times-Independent
    11.09.17 - 10:24 am
  • Blow out the candles: Lin Ottinger turns 90
    by Rose Egelhoff
    The Times-Independent
    11.09.17 - 10:23 am
  • Council considers KOA rezone
    County ‘watchful’ about impacts
    by Molly Marcello
    The Times-Independent
    10.26.17 - 10:02 am

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