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New Mosquito Abatement District manager brings additional technology to the job
The Moab Mosquito Abatement District’s new manager, Elizabeth “Libby” Nance, is no stranger to the local community. A longtime Moab resident and career entomologist, Nance describes her new positio...
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Reserve Needles camp spots online
The National Park Service has announced that campground reservations are available for the upcoming season in the Needles district of Canyonlands National Park. Beginning March 15, camping will be ...
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Utah DWR to host ice fishing seminar and outing Jan. 13 and 14
Anglers who like to give ice fishing a try, but are not sure how to get started can learn the basics at a free ice fishing seminar on Jan. 13. Then, the day after the seminar, the Utah Division of ...
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Laura Joss named National Park Service Pacific West regional director
Laura Joss, a former Arches National Park superintendent, has been named the regional director for the Pacific West Region of the National Park Service (NPS), according to a news release from Natio...
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  • Moab City Council approves Nob Hill rezone
    by Rose Egelhoff
    The Times-Independent
    02.02.17 - 09:49 am
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    by Molly Marcello
    The Times-Independent
    03.30.17 - 09:51 am
  • Solar panels can add sustainability
    by Jeff Richards
    contributing writer
    03.11.10 - 09:51 am

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Evan Ellison, a 14-year-old freshman at Grand County High School, crosses the finish line of Moab’s 15th annual Winter Sun 10K run on Saturday, Dec. 3. According to race director Ranna Bieschke, this year’s event drew more than 500 registrants, with 424 successfully completing the 6.2-mile course, which started at the Moab Golf Club and ended at the high school track. Most of the runners were from Utah and Colorado, but Bieschke said there were also runners from several other states as well as Germany. James Roche, 29, of Montrose, Colorado, was the overall winner with a time of 33 minutes, 33 seconds. Ellison placed second with a time of 35:47, while his high school teammate, Ryan Lewis, 16, came in third overall with a time of 35:58. The top female overall finisher was Mackennea Broyles, 20, of Boulder, Colorado, who crossed the finish line in 38:20. “It was a beautiful day for a run,” Bieschke said, adding that the awards ceremony celebrated several other local finishers, including GCHS freshman Ali Hirt, who was her age group winner and the first Moab female finisher, Heather Stripeika, Matt Olding, Kate Cannon and Tyler Stash.                                  
              Photo by Jeff Richards
    Evan Ellison, a 14-year-old freshman at Grand County High School, crosses the finish line of Moab’s 15th annual Winter Sun 10K run on Saturday, Dec. 3. According to race director Ranna Bieschke, this year’s event drew more than 500 registrants, with 424 successfully completing the 6.2-mile course, which started at the Moab Golf Club and ended at the high school track. Most of the runners were from Utah and Colorado, but Bieschke said there were also runners from several other states as well as Germany. James Roche, 29, of Montrose, Colorado, was the overall winner with a time of 33 minutes, 33 seconds. Ellison placed second with a time of 35:47, while his high school teammate, Ryan Lewis, 16, came in third overall with a time of 35:58. The top female overall finisher was Mackennea Broyles, 20, of Boulder, Colorado, who crossed the finish line in 38:20. “It was a beautiful day for a run,” Bieschke said, adding that the awards ceremony celebrated several other local finishers, including GCHS freshman Ali Hirt, who was her age group winner and the first Moab female finisher, Heather Stripeika, Matt Olding, Kate Cannon and Tyler Stash. Photo by Jeff Richards
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