Council delays action on property tax

Workshop will be held sometime next week; council fractured over issue

“We need to be really clear what we’re paying for.”

The Luxurious, Luxurious West

The first load of paying passengers is scheduled to arrive on Aug. 16,

USU-Moab campus taking shape

Building will be one of most energy efficient, environmentally friendly in SE Utah

When finished, it will be one of the most environmentally friendly structures in southeast Utah.

Gizler out

Grand’s head of economic development leaves for San Juan

In 2018, Gizler abruptly left a travel council meeting after being compared to a Nazi.

The fight over high-density housing goes to court

Peak View homebuilder seeks $1M decision against Grand

Kizer said the two would convert their plans for condominiums into plans for rental housing instead.

SBA opens PPP ‘direct forgiveness portal’

New portal will streamline applications for loans $150K or less

“The vast majority of businesses waiting for forgiveness have loans under $150,000.”

Utah’s annual report on homelessness

“The pandemic created a uniquely challenging situation for people experiencing homelessness.”

Community Rebuilds seeks VISTA fundraising coordinator

To apply, email Lena at communityrebuilds.org

Wet July helps parched Utah

99% of state remains in Extreme drought

So, how much moisture would Utah need to no longer be in a drought?

Nanette Mehl, 1936-2021


Our mother had such a big heart and was passionate about helping others.