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Heather Gillis Band, The Railbirds take stage in second Free Concert
The Heather Gillis Band takes the stage as the Moab Free Concert Series continues Friday, July 13. Expect an energetic live show featuring her original music as well as rock, soul, and roots music....
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AARP to host driver safety class
The Grand County Senior Center will host its next Driver Safety Class on Tuesday, July 17 at the Grand Center from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. The four-hour class is designed for senior drivers and will pre...
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Kids learn to juggle, tumble at circus camp
Swinging from ropes, juggling balls and riding unicycles have been just a few of the antics enjoyed by local youth at the Center Street Gym as the Phoenix Youth Circus Arts program has held two wee...
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Hawks earns high score on health education exam
Moab’s Dr. Steve Hawks recently passed the master certified health education specialist (MCHES) exam, achieving the highest score of all exam participants this spring. Dr. Hawks served for many yea...
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  • Gardening & Living in Grand Style
    What gardening questions are being asked now...
    by Michael Johnson
    Utah State University Extension Agent, Grand County
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    Cultural and environmental issues impacting vegetable growth and productivity....
    by Michael Johnson
    Utah State University Extension Agent, Grand County
    07.27.17 - 10:03 am
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    Fact or fiction: Gardening tales...
    by Michael Johnson
    Utah State University Extension Agent, Grand County
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  • Moab Girl Scout Troop 1791, two Juniors and four Brownies, participated in the 2018 Girl Scouts of Utah Camporee, an event that happens every three years. Troop 1791 won first place in the Amazing G.I.R.L Race at the Camporee by successfully completing outdoor scenarios and challenges such as first aid, camp safety and shelter construction. The Camporee hosted more than 900 Girl Scouts from throughout Utah during June 14 to 17. Visit www.gsutah.org for more information. From left, Koen Saunders, Kaci and Maddi Hamilton, Paya Maughan, Ruby Foster and Tesni Maughan.  The event took place at Trefoil Ranch near Provo Canyon.                                                                                                 Courtesy photo
    Moab Girl Scout Troop 1791, two Juniors and four Brownies, participated in the 2018 Girl Scouts of Utah Camporee, an event that happens every three years. Troop 1791 won first place in the Amazing G.I.R.L Race at the Camporee by successfully completing outdoor scenarios and challenges such as first aid, camp safety and shelter construction. The Camporee hosted more than 900 Girl Scouts from throughout Utah during June 14 to 17. Visit www.gsutah.org for more information. From left, Koen Saunders, Kaci and Maddi Hamilton, Paya Maughan, Ruby Foster and Tesni Maughan. The event took place at Trefoil Ranch near Provo Canyon. Courtesy photo
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  • Community hosts July 5-6 Wellfest as concert and fundraiser
    by Jacque Garcia
    The Times-Independent
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    Improving your veggie garden
    by Michael Johnson
    Utah State University Extension Agent, Grand County
    06.21.18 - 09:46 am
  • Under'dogs' find new homes at adoption day
    by Emily Lawson
    The Times-Independent
    06.28.18 - 10:59 am
  • Locals to share stories of strength at MVMC
    by Jacque Garcia
    The Times-Independent
    06.28.18 - 10:58 am

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