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‘Wrenched’ traces lasting activist legacy of Ed Abbey
The activist legacy of Edward Abbey will loom large at Star Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 29 as the Utah Film Center presents a free screening of the documentary “Wrenched.” The film, directed by M.L. Li...
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Generations
Dell Keys

Several years ago, Dell Keys’ grandson took her to career day at his school — to show her off. His classmates were impressed. With a resume that includes physician, umpire, pilot and soldier, it wa...
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Rotary donates $1,000 to MVMC Amigo to Amiguito program
The Moab Valley Multicultural Center has received a $1,000 grant from the Moab Rotary International Club. The funding will help the Multicultural Center (MVMC) purchase supplies needed for the Amig...
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Workshops help local residents apply permaculture principles to landscape
Utah State University-Moab Extension Sustainability recently held a free permaculture workshop to teach participants how to design a future Moab Bee Inspired Garden at the Aarchway Inn. USU and the...
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<b><i>Dancing stars...<br></b></i>
Moab Mayor Dave Sakrison and Aurita Maldonado perform during the Oct. 17 “Dancing with the Moab Stars” event at Star Hall. Sakrison and Maldonado took home the first-place trophy for their performance. Four other dance pairs also won awards. Robbie Jones and Gretchen Wise took second place at the event and Tony Ramirez and Dona Ramirez placed third. Rafael Lopez and Alejandra Tavares won the People’s Choice award, and Cari Caylor and Mandy Turner received the award for Best Costume. All proceeds from Dancing with the Moab Stars will benefit the Moab Valley Multicultural Center. Organizers said the competition was great fun and they hope to make it an annual event. Photo courtesy of Christy Williams
Dancing stars...
Moab Mayor Dave Sakrison and Aurita Maldonado perform during the Oct. 17 “Dancing with the Moab Stars” event at Star Hall. Sakrison and Maldonado took home the first-place trophy for their performance. Four other dance pairs also won awards. Robbie Jones and Gretchen Wise took second place at the event and Tony Ramirez and Dona Ramirez placed third. Rafael Lopez and Alejandra Tavares won the People’s Choice award, and Cari Caylor and Mandy Turner received the award for Best Costume. All proceeds from Dancing with the Moab Stars will benefit the Moab Valley Multicultural Center. Organizers said the competition was great fun and they hope to make it an annual event. Photo courtesy of Christy Williams
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  • Moab Taiko celebrates 20 years with free local concert
    by Laura Haley
    Contributing Writer
    10.16.14 - 11:42 am
  • Generations
    Pam Lopez
    by Laura Haley
    Contributing Writer
    08.28.14 - 10:18 am
  • Local ‘stars’ take a turn on the dance floor
    by Molly Marcello
    Contributing Writer
    10.09.14 - 01:12 pm
  • Group expands plans for local ‘Bee Inspired Gardens’
    by Laura Haley
    Contributing Writer
    10.02.14 - 11:08 am
  • Generations
    Scott Crane
    by Laura Haley
    Contributing Writer
    07.31.14 - 10:43 am

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