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Classic Air Medical offers special training to EMS, MRH staffs
High-tech mannequin used as training tool
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Bill seeks to limit possible government forms for rural counties
Meanwhile, Stocks, Carmichael, Howe join Dabney, Day on appointment council
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Davidson continues legal battles
State Supreme, Appeals courts asked to review former city manager’s recent courtroom defeats
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City Council retreats to reflect on past year, set new priorities
Focus on quality of life, land use
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Stormy start to 2019 brings Moab’s water supply above average
​ After a wet and stormy January, snowpack is above normal, both for the state as a whole and southeastern Utah, according to a water supply report released by the Natural Resources Conservation Se...
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  • Moab Business Summit
    Housing prices far outpace wage growth
    by Carter Pape
    The Times-Independent
    02.14.19 - 03:46 pm
  • Free prom dress exchange through March 9
    by Carter Pape
    The Times-Independent
    02.14.19 - 03:16 pm
  • Thayn a no-show at sentencing hearing
    by Doug McMurdo
    The Times-Independent
    01.31.19 - 11:37 am
  • State, local funding opens parks
    by Nathaniel Smith
    The Times-Independent
    01.17.19 - 03:54 pm


  • Xali Ayden Gritts-Bulman is the first baby born in Moab in 2019, arriving at 8:43 a.m. Jan. 7 and weighing in at six pounds, three ounces and 18.5 inches. The child’s parents are Krystal Bulman and Eli Gritts. Moab Regional Hospital, where the baby was born, gifted the infant with educational toys and books “to help  foster growth and development,” according to a statement from the hospital.                 Courtesy photo
    Xali Ayden Gritts-Bulman is the first baby born in Moab in 2019, arriving at 8:43 a.m. Jan. 7 and weighing in at six pounds, three ounces and 18.5 inches. The child’s parents are Krystal Bulman and Eli Gritts. Moab Regional Hospital, where the baby was born, gifted the infant with educational toys and books “to help foster growth and development,” according to a statement from the hospital. Courtesy photo
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  • City passes opt-out recycling
    by Carter Pape
    The Times-Independent
    02.14.19 - 04:03 pm
  • City joins county, hits pause on nightly rentals
    by Nathaniel Smith
    The Times-Independent
    02.14.19 - 03:59 pm
  • Controversial Medicaid law signed
    by Nathaniel Smith
    The Times-Independent
    02.14.19 - 03:52 pm
  • Don’t build it and still they’ll come
    by Nathaniel Smith
    The Times-Independent
    02.07.19 - 04:14 pm
  • HB 224: Judge rules in Grand County’s favor
    by Doug McMurdo
    The Times-Independent
    02.07.19 - 04:10 pm
  • Medicaid, education, budget surplus occupy lawmakers
    by Nathaniel Smith
    The Times-Independent
    02.07.19 - 04:05 pm
  • Free airport parking ending
    by Carter Pape
    The Times-Independent
    02.07.19 - 04:01 pm

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