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Brian Laundrie Placed ‘Frantic’ Phone Call Telling Parents Gabby Petito Was ‘Gone’ and He Needed a Lawyer: Court Docs
The Petito family lawyer filed a motion to force the Laundrie lawyer into revealing more information
Sheila and Bega Metzner, Ceramic Arts, and a Cave Painter
It’s one for the books on the latest Art Talks. Internationally acclaimed American photographer Sheila Metzner joins the program with her daughter and Moab local, Bega Metzner. Sheila has a new exhibit at The Getty Center in Los Angeles, chronicling her work in late 20th-century photography and her blend of pictorialism and modernism. Next, host Richard Codd takes a tour of Desert Sun Ceramics and the projects of local artisans. And…something bizarre. An interview with a Lascaux cave painter that challenges the laws of space and time! Tune in.
BASE jumper hauled from 200 foot cliff face after landing incorrectly near Moab
MOAB, Grand County — A 33-year-old man needed rescuing after a BASE-jumping accident near Moab on Nov. 29. According to the Grand County EMS Facebook page, first responders were dispatched to the BASE-jumping accident along Kane Springs Road at approximately 5:05 p.m. “(The) male had attempted a jump from...
Savor the Rush: Moab's Top 3 Fast Food Joints Worth the Visit
This article presents a review of three fast-food joints in Moab. Have you had the chance to visit any of them? If yes, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below:
Weekly Safety Report: Pedestrian Fatality, Base Jumper Injuries, and Alleged Theft in Moab, Utah
Four incidents occurred in Moab, Utah this week, resulting in a pedestrian fatality, two injured base jumpers, and an alleged theft from the State Park Service. A man in his 50s was walking along U.S. Highway 191 when he was struck by a semi-truck. The incident took place about 10 miles northwest of Moab, and the man was pronounced dead at the scene. It is unclear whether he walked into the travel lanes or if the semi hit him on the shoulder.
Grand County Residents Invited to Public Hearing on Proposed Rezoning of 1540 Spanish Valley Drive
The Grand County Planning Commission has scheduled a public hearing for a rezone application. The property in question is located at 1540 Spanish Valley Drive, Moab, Utah. Jared Shumway, the applicant, wants to change the zoning district from Large Lot Residential (LLR) to General Business (GB). The current owner of the property is Rosanne Nicol.
Moab City Council Announces 2023 Municipal Election Results: Meet Your Newly Elected Members
The Moab City Council has released the Municipal General Election results from November 21, 2023. The official canvass took place on November 29, 2023, following a public notice from the City of Moab. The results identified the City Council Members elected for the upcoming four-year term.
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Dogs Of moab, UT Need You!
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to moab..
Obituary: Martin Lockley
Dr. Martin Lockley, a celebrated paleontologist whose work was integral in developing local dinosaur tracksites including the Copper Ridge and Mill Canyon sites, has died. His achievements span multitudes, from winning the All England Schools Championship in shot put (he was born in the Channel Islands, but moved to England in the early 1960s), earning a PhD from the University of Birmingham in Birmingham, England, and becoming an assistant professor of geology at the University of Colorado Denver. He created the Dinosaur Tracks Museum at the university (open from 1996 to 2012), which displayed thousands of specimens from Colorado and Utah.
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.
26 cases of chronic wasting disease found in Utah since July
PAYSON, Utah — A disease that hits deer and other big game appears to be spreading to more parts of Utah. On Thursday, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources confirmed 26 positive cases of chronic wasting disease since July of this year. The DWR said in a press release...
Long-running women’s chorus is still singing
Catch Valley Voices singing throughout the holidays. For over a quarter of a century, women in Moab’s “Valley Voices” have gathered to learn and perform songs for the community—and occasionally compete. The group is making a public appearance this holiday season on December 2 during the holiday craft fair at the Moab Arts and Recreation Center (the craft fair runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; the group will perform at 11 a.m.)
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!
Moab History: The sheep wars
Sheep have a long and multifaceted legacy in the Southwest. Navajo Churro sheep, introduced by Spanish colonists in the 1500s, became an important part of Navajo culture, still evident today in the annual “Sheep is Life” celebration of the hardy breed. And across the West, sheepherders grazed hundreds of thousands of sheep in the late 1800s and early 1900s, often in conflict with cattlemen using the same land for their stock.
Local Archaeological Societies: Uniting Past, Present, and Future
On November 16th, the Castle Valley Archaeological Society played host to an insightful meeting at the Prehistoric Museum, featuring Dr. Tim Riley. An expert archaeologist and Director at the Utah State University Eastern Prehistoric Museum, Dr. Riley shared significant findings from the Great Basin Anthropological Conference. His presentation spotlighted Utah-centric discoveries and engaged attendees with discussions on ancient diets and 'paleocuisine' gleaned from studying coprolites, along with other topics like ceramic design and aerial photography in rock art research.
The gas price fluctuate between $3.67 and $3.69 in Moab as of 2023-12-01. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Friday is $3.248, a week ago the price is $3.265 , according to AAA.
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.
2 base jumping accidents over holiday weekend reported in Grand Co.
Officials say yesterday a base jumper was injured north of Moab.
Swing into the holiday season
Dec. 9 Swing Dance Social brings dancing and holiday cheer. The holiday season will be in full swing (pun intended) when Moabites and the surrounding community come together to learn to swing dance—and you’re invited. The Moab Swing Dance community’s annual Holiday Swing Dance Social will take place...
The annual Audubon bird count is a feat of citizen science. Plus, the Weekly News Reel!
The Audubon Society’s annual Christmas Bird Count is a fun activity for birders that happens to contribute tremendously to the field of ornithology. KZMU News · The annual Audubon bird count is a feat of citizen science. Plus, the Weekly News Reel!. Plus, the Weekly News Reel! Doug...