I have built my journalism career primarily through local newspapers. The following are what I believe to be the best reports I have produced for print.
This story assuaged fears that changes in August 2020 to Grand County’s form of government might have been unlawful. Though a judge ruled on the county’s form of government days before this story published, he avoided the core issue of whether the August amendments were legal.
Some Moabites feared that a follow-up lawsuit could force the county to adopt a three-person commission form — a worst-case scenario for most locals, but a best-case scenario for some. That scenario has not manifested to date, and no such lawsuit has been brought.
This five-week series dug into the solutions that exist for alleviating upward pressures on housing prices in Moab and the lack of diversity locally in available housing types.
After the CEO of the Fox Corporation purchased a property along Mill Creek at the end of 2019, we spoke with a friend of his about the plans for cultural artifacts on the land.
In Grand County, as in many places, there can be a stigma attached to qualifying your child for free and reduced meals. Parents benefit the community at large when they apply anyway.
This story was the first in continued coverage on a change in posture by Grand County toward developers participating in its High-Density Housing Overlay ordinance. The shift has slowed the development of affordable housing in the valley.
last updated July 5, 2021