2021-04-15

County to finish just on deadline on OHV business license changes

Owners bristle at fleet limits, concede on other issues

The most controversial facet of the proposed rules is one that would restrict the size of the OHV fleets.

City Council wrestles with noise curfews, sound limits in new law

Few decisions made as city digs into new ordinance

“The city of Moab is facing an excessive noise problem in our community.”

OHV rules: Discrimination or public health issue?

Everyone gets their say on off-highway vehicle noise

“We are a society based on capitalism and the entrepreneurial spirit, yet you are doing everything in your power to crush the American dream.”

Paving under the stars

As this is a moving operation crews will not remain overly long in any one spot.

McGann urges Haaland to restore Bears Ears

Interior Secretary visits southeast Utah

“The United States has a long history of not keeping its word and treaties with the Native Americans.”

High Achievers

Red Devil soccer player Michael Johnston and a San Juan Bronco go up for a header in Friday’s home game, an 8-0 Grand County victory.

Churches get break on sewer rates, but not for long as all fees poised to increase


City Manager Joel Linares said the rate increase is tied to making up for those losses

Dunbar-Irwin named City of Moab sustainability director

“Mila brings a wealth of ideas and experience to the city.”

Moab part of plan to reduce water usage 20% in 15 years

The goals are far ahead of previous schedules

Fortunately, Utah does not appear to be at or near the brink in terms of its consumption of water.

Utah Treasurer David Damschen resigns to lead Utah Housing Corporation

Grant Whitaker retires after 42 years

“While Utah Housing’s mission has remained unchanged, the activities surrounding that mission have evolved.”