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Man, woman booked for alleged theft from State Park Service
MOAB, Utah, Nov. 29, 2023 (Gephardt Daily) — A 39-year-old man was booked into the Grand County Jail Monday for investigation of theft, forgery and impersonation of an officer. Robert Ryan Wilson allegedly placed an order Monday at a Moab lumber store using a name other than his own,...
The Ultimate Burger Hunt: 4 Unforgettable Burgers in Moab
In this article, we delve into the exciting world of Moab's burger scene, exploring four must-try burgers. Have you had the pleasure of tasting any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts. Feel free to drop your comments below!
The Evolving Legacy of Castle Valley's Ranching Heritage
In the heart of Utah's majestic landscapes, Castle Valley stands as a bastion of American history, its soul intertwined with the enduring legacy of ranching. Since the late 19th century, the valley has been a crucible of agricultural pursuit, initiated by Euro-American settlers drawn to its fertile expanses. The Pace and Martin families, early stewards of the land, left their mark as pioneers, with John E. Pace extending his influence into the legislative realm, shaping the future of Grand County. Despite mining's rise and fall in outlying towns, ranching remained the economic mainstay of the valley.
Pedestrian wearing all black fatally struck by semi-truck on U.S. 191 near Moab
MOAB, Utah — A pedestrian was fatally struck by a semi-truck on U.S. 191, about 10 miles north of Moab city, according to authorities. The incident took place on November 25, 2023, around 6:00 PM at mile post 137 on SR-191. The semi-truck was traveling northbound when it collided...
Development in Kane Creek will break ground next week
Construction on a stormwater system will begin at a development in Kane Creek next week. Concerned residents held a meeting with the Utah Division of Water Quality on Monday to discuss flood risks. Plus, we hear from KGNU about what really happens to most clothes donated to thrift stores in the U.S.
2 base jumping accidents over holiday weekend reported in Grand Co.
Officials say yesterday a base jumper was injured north of Moab.
Local Tragedy: Pedestrian Fatally Struck by Semi Truck on SR-191 North of Moab City
An incident occurred on SR-191 north of Moab City on November 25, 2023, involving a semi truck and a pedestrian, which resulted in the pedestrian's death. The truck was heading north when it collided with a pedestrian dressed in black.
Moab's Future Water Management Workshop Rescheduled to December 4: Your Opinion Matters
The Moab and Spanish Valley Water Utility Resource Management Plan (WURMP) team has moved a Future Scenario Workshop to December 4. The event will be at the Grand Center in Moab. It aims to gather local opinions on future water options and their importance. The workshop will give a short summary of the WURMP project and activities about potential water sources and costs.
Rise and Dine: Discover 4 Exceptional Breakfast & Brunch Experiences in Moab
In this article, we will be exploring four delightful breakfast and brunch spots in Moab. Have you had the chance to visit any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below.
Pedestrian hit, killed by semi-truck on highway near Moab
A man died Saturday after being hit by a semi-truck while walking along a highway in southeastern Utah.
Indulge in Sweet Delights: 4 Moab Bakeries You Can't Miss
In this article, we'll be taking a tour of four delightful bakeries located in Moab. Have you had the chance to visit any of them? If you have, we would love to hear your thoughts. Please feel free to share your experiences in the comments section below.
Rockfall in Canyonlands closes White Rim Road
MOAB — A large rockfall over the weekend in Canyonlands National Park has resulted in the closure of a section of the White Rim Road. According to a press release issued by Ranger Karen Garthwait of the National Park Service, the rockfall was caused by weather conditions in the southern Utah national park.
Rescue crews help 2 injured base jumpers near Moab over long holiday weekend
GRAND COUNTY, Utah, Nov. 28, 2023 (Gephardt Daily) — Rescue crews helped two injured base jumpers near Moab on Wednesday and Sunday, helping the men with first-aid treatment on the scenes before transporting them by helicopter to a nearby medical center. The Wednesday case involved a 37-year-old BASE jumper...
Cisco, Utah: The Enigmatic Transformation of a Ghost Town
Cisco, Utah, once a bustling center during the railroad and oil era, now stands as an enigmatic ghost town, its story etched into the crumbling facades of abandoned buildings. The town's origins trace back to the 1880s, serving as a vital stopover for the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad, and later thriving as Utah's oil powerhouse. Yet, the town's fortunes reversed with the advent of diesel locomotives and the construction of Interstate 70, leading to its poignant decline by the 1990s.
Bells are back! Volunteers raise money for emergency needs
If you experienced an emergency in Moab and had nowhere else to turn, Moab Solutions is an organization that could help. All year long, the nonprofit fields calls for emergency lodging, gas, food and even medicine. About one third of the funding Moab Solutions needs to support these calls is raised over the next few weeks by bell ringers. Today on the news, we have an audio portrait of long time bell-ringing volunteer, Bruni Mason. Plus, our radio partners report on winter supply runs to Black Mesa and holiday artisan markets.
An unlikely coalition is working to protect Colorado’s Dolores River
The Dolores River winds north out of Dolores, Colorado, starting in the ponderosa forests at 7,000 feet and meandering its way through red rock layers until it reaches the Colorado River east of Moab, Utah. But in dry years, there is barely any water in the river. Most of the...
Bruni rings the bells – Audio Portrait
If you experienced an emergency in Moab and had nowhere else to turn, Moab Solutions is an organization that could help. All year long, the nonprofit fields calls for emergency lodging, gas, food and even medicine. About one third of the funding Moab Solutions needs to support these calls is raised in a few weeks by bell ringers. Today on the news, we have an audio portrait of long time bell-ringing volunteer, Bruni Mason.
A Taste of Tradition: Exploring 5 Iconic American Dishes in Moab
This article presents an exploration of five traditional American cuisines found in Moab. Have you had the chance to taste any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below.
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Dogs Today in moab, UT
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of moab..
Obituary: Paul Henderson
Well honey, it’s almost time for me to embark on my next big adventure. I’ve never died before. –Paul Henderson. After a decade-long journey living with cancer, defying countless dire prognoses with his unique courage and strength, Paul Henderson started his next big adventure on November 17, 2023. He passed away peacefully at home in Moab, Utah, surrounded by his family.