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Interest sky-high in Aug. 21 solar eclipse
At mid-day on Monday, Aug. 21, skies across the United States will get darker as a rare solar eclipse makes its way across the country. Although most of the continental U.S. will experience at leas...
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Niehaus, Olsen, advance in Moab city mayoral primary
Moab City mayoral candidates Emily Niehaus and David Olsen will face each other in the Nov. 7 general election, as two other contenders were eliminated from the race in the mail-in municipal primar...
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Knight named as editor of Times-Independent, excited to arrive in Moab
Journalist Greg Knight will now helm The Times-Independent as editor, bringing more than a decade of media experience across print and television. As editor, Knight is responsible for managing the ...
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Colorado resident makes initial court appearance in downtown shooting case
A Colorado man who allegedly fired a gun in downtown Moab earlier this month, will likely face eleven charges in Moab’s 7th District Court on Aug. 29. Patrick Trujillo, 33, of Denver, waived his ri...
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Neighbors voice concerns over proposed annexation of 500 West property
On Thursday, Aug. 10, the Moab City Planning Commission considered the annexation of a 10-acre parcel from Grand County to the City of Moab. The property, located at 936 and 1001 North 500 West, is...
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Media resilience will be discussed at the July “Tea & a Topic” event at the CommuniTea Garden, 100 West at Walnut Lane. Community members working in print news and public radio — including Marty Durlin from KZMU, John Kovash, a contributor to Utah Public Radio, and Lisa Church from The Times-Independent newspaper — will discuss the relationship between media, journalism and the public. Tea and snacks will be provided. The event, which is co-sponsored by the Resiliency Hub, begins at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 27 and is open to the public. Tea and snacks will be provided. For more information, email: resiliencyhub@gmail.com.
Media resilience will be discussed at the July “Tea & a Topic” event at the CommuniTea Garden, 100 West at Walnut Lane. Community members working in print news and public radio — including Marty Durlin from KZMU, John Kovash, a contributor to Utah Public Radio, and Lisa Church from The Times-Independent newspaper — will discuss the relationship between media, journalism and the public. Tea and snacks will be provided. The event, which is co-sponsored by the Resiliency Hub, begins at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 27 and is open to the public. Tea and snacks will be provided. For more information, email: resiliencyhub@gmail.com.
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  • Community Recycling Center is at max capacity
    by Rose Egelhoff
    The Times-Independent
    08.10.17 - 10:20 am
  • Moab residents injured in small plane crash
    by Lisa Church
    The Times-Independent
    08.09.17 - 05:53 pm
  • Two arrested after fleeing sheriff's deputy
    by Lisa Church
    The Times-Independent
    08.10.17 - 10:05 am

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