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Job alert: These Moab jobs are accepting applications

Want to get yourself a job? Here are a selection of open positions in Moab: 1. COSTCO Doubles; 2. Security Guard (Full-time) - experience not required; 3. Home Health Aide; 4. Sales Representative; 5. Outpatient Therapy Tech/Aide; 6. College Access Advisors (Grand County HS) (PRN26363B); 7. Lease-to-Own: No Money
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This Utah Adventure Town Wants To Put The Brakes On Promoting Itself

Most days by about 8 a.m., the gates at Arches National Park in Utah close because all the parking lots are full and the trails are at capacity. Many tourists then spill out onto the surrounding federal public lands — those red rock canyons and river cut gorges that first put one of the West's adventure tourism capitals, Moab, on the map.
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Job alert: These Moab jobs are accepting applications

Want to get yourself a job? Here are a selection of open positions in Moab: 1. Paramedic Shift Captain; 2. Open Position: Assistant General Manager in MOAB, UTAH! $58K + benefits + 401k; 3. Security Guard (Full-time) - experience not required; 4. CNA's, HHA's, and Caregivers-Flexible scheduling! Choose your
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Creating Water Resiliency in Moab City on This Week in Moab

Moab City is initiating a new, collaborative approach to water management and conservation in the valley. On the latest This Week in Moab, assistant city manager Carly Castle and sustainability director Mila Dunbar-Irwin explain the city’s renewed focus on water resiliency amidst ongoing pressures of climate change, development, and aging infrastructure. A lot is on the table – from new conservation ordinances to development standards. Take a dive, and tune in.
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Moab calendar: Coming events

1. Outerbike Moab 2021; 2. Moab Shows! Star Hall; 3. Fall Hiking in Moab's (Utah) Canyon Country; 4. Women's Wellness Retreat; 5. Intro to Outdoor Top Roping |Moab/Indian Creek, UT :: 11/6 + /7;
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Venue change for tonight’s free concert

The venue for tonight’s Friends of Moab Folk Festival’s free summer concert, featuring folksinger, musician and comedian Steve Poltz, has changed from flood-damaged Swanny Park to the Center Street Ballpark, according to Cassie Paup, head of the festival. The show begins at 6 p.m. Funding for this project is provided...
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Early Tourism with Lin Ottinger on The History Hour

Imagine it’s 1960, and you’ve just rolled into the tiny town of Moab, Utah for vacation. You’ve seen photos in magazines of the ‘canyonland area’ and you’re looking for someone to guide you to these spectacular places. Well, there’s pretty much just one expert guide to do the job – Mr. Lin Ottinger of Lin Ottinger Scenic Tours and the Moab Rock Shop. On the latest History Hour, Lin guides us back in time to the early days of Moab tourism.
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This is the cheapest gas in Moab right now

(MOAB, UT) For bargain hunters there may be no better target than gas, with the cheapest station in the Moab area offering savings of $0.08 per gallon. On Saturday the cheapest gallon of unleaded regular in the area was at Shell at 2420 S Spanish Tr Rd. Regular there was listed at $3.81 per gallon Wednesday, compared to $3.89 at Exxon at 220 N Main St, which GasBuddy clocked as the most expensive station in the area.
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Moab is in for a sunny Saturday — jump on it!

(MOAB, UT) The forecast is calling for sun today in Moab. Here are three ideas for how to make the most of it, along with a four-day forecast. Have a picnic: As the COVID-19 pandemic wears on, meeting a friend somewhere pretty with a basket of snacks can be a spontaneous way to enjoy a sunny afternoon in a safer environment than indoors. Risk levels should always be taken into account along with advice from health authorities on gathering sizes. Don’t forget your picnic blanket!
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Storm of the Century?

Wednesday’s storm did a fair amount of damage throughout the area, but it might have been at its fiercest downtown, where trees were uprooted; one on 400 East landed on a home and did significant damage. Another on Rosetree toppled over and took out a power line above and a...
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