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EASTER JEEP SAFARI

April 16th – 24th, 2011 REGISTRATION: To register for the next Easter Jeep Safari Event you must fill out the official form. Please click here to request your name be added to the mailing list to receive the official Easter Jeep Safari Paper in which the 2011 Registration Form is located, you can then cut out the form, fill it out, and mail it …

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City council rejects proposal to rezone Williams Way p...

Citing concerns about a lack of affordable housing, the Moab City Council on Tuesday rejected Red Rock Partners’ request to rezone a five-acre parcel near downtown that currently houses a mobile home park. Red Rock requested that the land, located at Williams Way and 100 West, be rezoned as commercial property so it could be developed as a resort community. The lone vote in …

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Wounded park ranger describes his survival as a ‘mir...

After being left for dead, park ranger Brody Young was too badly wounded by multiple gunshots to walk back to his truck to radio for assistance on the night of Nov. 19. Mustering all of his strength and determination, Young managed to slowly roll on his side, over and over, to reach his vehicle and call for help. The call that went out was …

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HEAL Utah’s 4th Annual Fall Fundraiser

Can renewable energy power our state, even when the wind isn’t blowing and the sun isn’t shining? Join HEAL Utah for answers to these and other questions at the unveiling of our 2-year-long eUtah Project at our Annual Fall Fundraiser at the I.J. and Jeanné Wagner Jewish Community Center (2 North Medical Drive, Salt Lake City) on Dec. 14th from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tickets are …

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Winter Sun Festival December 3-4 2010

Winter Sun Festival is an annual event in Moab. The Moab Half Marathon folks put on a 10k road race and the community has a variety of activities to enjoy, to ring in, the December Holiday Season. The Main Street merchants will have sales, handmade items are displayed at two location for crafts, Santa will make an appearance, here and there, so be on …

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Cleanup nets jobs, benefits for Moab

MOAB — Perched on the northern doorstep of Moab, 14 million tons of radioactive red dirt is the goodbye gift left by a booming uranium mining industry that later went bust. For some locals, the “Pile” of contamination has not been anything much to think about — not that big a threat — but rather like a liver spot that crops up suddenly on …

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Graduates of GCHS Class of 2010 urged to ‘look to th...

“Instead of looking back, look forward,” commencement speaker Zane Taylor told 114 graduating seniors of Grand County High School’s Class of 2010 on Tuesday evening, May 18. “Live now and for the future. Don’t live in the past… Don’t be afraid to add new chapters to your life.” Taylor, a 2006 graduate of Grand County High, is now a senior at the University of …

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FHA Loans in moab, utah

FHA loans can benefit those who would like to purchase a home in moab but haven’t been able to save enough money for the purchase: like recent college graduates, newlyweds, or people who are still trying to complete their education. It also allows individuals whose credit has been marred by bankruptcy or foreclosure to qualify for an FHA loan. The following list of FHA …

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State’s high court says citizens have standing in Cl...

The Utah Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a group of neighbors and citizens does have standing to challenge the Grand County Council’s decision to approve an amended plan and development agreement for the Cloudrock subdivision proposed for Johnson’s Up-on-Top mesa. The court did not rule on the merits of the case, but remanded the case back to 7th District Court in Moab to be …

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DOE: 1 million tons removed from Atlas cleanup site

More than 1 million tons of uranium mill tailings have been shipped from the old Atlas mill site north of Moab since rail shipments began on April 20, 2009, U.S. Department of Energy officials announced last week. The Atlas site contains 16 million tons of material that must be relocated to a final repository that has been constructed near Crescent Junction, about 30 miles …

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April Action Car Show

April 23, 24, 25, 2010 FRIDAY 9:00 am -5:00 pm Pre-registration at City Park 9:30 am ROD RUN: Highway 128 to Castle Valley. (All entrants who attend the Rod Run on Friday can opt for lunch at the Red Cliffs Lodge for $10 per person.) Early Rod RunsFRIDAY 5:00 pm -7:00 pm Pre-registration PARTY at City Park! FOR SHOW ENTRANTS ONLY! Movie Night SATURDAY …

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Moab Easter Jeep Safari March 27th – April 4th, ...

Though not an exhaustive introduction to the Easter Jeep Safari event, we hope this provides an overview to many of the pertinent questions that are asked throughout the year. The Jeep Safari newspaper (View Paper online) encompasses these points in greater depth, and also holds the registration form, so be sure to write in your request to be on the mailing list. Thank you …

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Tourism stayed strong in 2009, DeLay says

Transient room taxes collected in 2009 “stayed flat,” compared to the 2008 revenues collected by the county, Moab Area Travel Council Director Marian DeLay said Tuesday. “That is a good thing,” DeLay said, given the financial crisis in the U.S. and many other countries worldwide. TRT tax revenues do not provide a clear picture of visitation to the area because the taxes are based …

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Two subdivisions found in default for failure to compl...

The Moab City Council last week voted unanimously to find two subdivisions in default, after the developers either failed to meet all the conditions of their subdivision agreements or violated some part of the agreement The Hacienda subdivision was to include twin homes on 5.87 acres near Mill Creek Drive. The city council approved a conditional use permit in 2007, and council members voted …

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Moab Century Tour

The Moab Century Tour encompasses an inspiring variety of landscape to awaken the cycling spirit. This spectacular route rises from the sculptured canyons of the mighty Colorado River into the La Sal Mountains, descending back into the red rock canyons leaving you in awe of the grand scale of this magical place. Channeling the energy riding through the grandeur of Moab’s Canyon Country is …

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Labor Day Safari and Campout

September 5-7, 2009 Red Rock 4-Wheelers, Inc. is planning Moab’s 36th Labor Day Camp-Out for the weekend of September 5-7, 2009. Usually during the event, there are up to four overnight trips with back country camping, with additional day-trips on each of the three days. In all cases, we organize the event and provide the guides, but you bring all your other needs. Early …

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Moab City Council approves development agreement for p...

In a 3-2 vote Tuesday night, the Moab City Council approved a development and phasing agreement for Lionsback Resort. Council members Kyle Bailey and Sarah Bauman voted against the measure. The council’s decision moves the development, planned for property east of Moab owned by the state School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration, another step closer to becoming a reality. The controversial Lionsback proposal has …

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County gives go-ahead to pave Hell’s Revenge parking...

The Hell’s Revenge trailhead parking lot will be paved after all. After putting the brakes on the project during a meeting two weeks ago, the Grand County Council on Tuesday voted to approve the contract for the project, giving the go-ahead for the parking lot improvements. During its July 21 meeting, council members voted 5-1 against awarding the bid and contract to LeGrand Johnson, …

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Holder defends arrests in artifact theft raid

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder on Wednesday defended federal agents involved in the arrests of nearly two dozen people accused of stealing or illegally trafficking in ancient artifacts from the Four Corners area.U.S. Sens. Orrin Hatch and Bob Bennett sent a letter to Holder this week asking for an investigation into the June 10 arrests, some of which involved federal agents with guns drawn. …

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Economic benefits of national parks reported

Utah’s national parks and monuments are more than environmental treasures. According to a new report released Wednesday by the National Parks Conservation Association, they are integral in buoying local Utah economies. The report, Landscapes of Opportunity, focused on the ways in which national parks influence the local economies of Grand and San Juan counties, home to Arches and Canyonlands national parks and Hovenweep and …

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