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Claire Core

Claire Core graduated high school and went to college in 2008, the year the U.S. was plunged into the Great Recession. “Reality seemed a little bit less stable than I once imagined it to be,” Core ...
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Applications available for April 11-14 Youth Rock Camp Moab
Local would-be rock stars are invited to participate in Youth Rock Camp Moab, which will be held Tuesday, April 11 through Friday, April 14 at the Grand County Middle School and the Moab Arts and R...
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Grand County Hospice program to host two days of volunteer training
Grand County Hospice will host its annual volunteer training on Tuesday, March 28 and Thursday, March 30 from 5 to 8 p.m. each evening. The training is free and open to the community and dinner wil...
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Local groups to participate in fundraising events March 30
On Thursday, March 30, Moab residents will have the opportunity to again prove their record-breaking generosity by contributing to their favorite nonprofit organizations and schools during the annu...
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(From left) Ashley Wareham, Charlie Harrison and Trena Harrison of Harrison Field Services pose with the Traveling Trophy award for having the winning float in the Moab 2016 Electric Light Parade. The company’s float had more than 9,700 lights, according to officials with the Moab Area Chamber of Commerce. The company received the Chamber’s Traveling Trophy during the Chamber of Commerce luncheon held at Susie’s Branding Iron on Dec. 13.                                                                         Courtesy photo
(From left) Ashley Wareham, Charlie Harrison and Trena Harrison of Harrison Field Services pose with the Traveling Trophy award for having the winning float in the Moab 2016 Electric Light Parade. The company’s float had more than 9,700 lights, according to officials with the Moab Area Chamber of Commerce. The company received the Chamber’s Traveling Trophy during the Chamber of Commerce luncheon held at Susie’s Branding Iron on Dec. 13. Courtesy photo
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