lifestyles
‘Dawg Days’ event raises money for local Human Society programs
The Humane Society of Moab Valley will host its annual “Dawg Days of Summer” barbecue and fundraiser on June 27 at Old City Park, located at the intersection of Murphy Lane and Old City Park Road. ...
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Historic Tangren House converted to bed and breakfast
After five years of renovation work to bring a century-old landmark up to modern-day standards, the Tangren House Luxury Inn is open for business as a bed-and-breakfast. Following a ribbon-cutting ...
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Generations
Gwen Seely

Gwen Seely says she was lucky to grow up on a farm in Idaho, just north of the Utah border. “We had a lovely home,” she said. “My mother threw lots of parties.” At 97 years old, Seely still recalls...
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MRH to conduct patient survey
Beginning in April, Moab Regional Hospital (MRH) will contract with HealthStream Research to conduct the hospital’s patient satisfaction surveys with recent patients. The surveys will be conducted ...
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<b><i>Sew fun...<br></b><i>
Members of the Grand County 4-H Sewing Club show off their drawstring backpacks and pin-cushion scrap bags. The group, aided by sewing club leaders Peggy Harty, Kim Shafer and Eleanor Inskip, learned many skills this year that they can use throughout their life. Sewing club members (pictured from left): Ethan Contreras, Ebony Contreras, Jaimin Sadoff, Gerald Minor, Mikayla McElhaney, Luke Shafer, and Nathan Shafer. Sewing club member Emree Olsen is not pictured. Some local 4-H programs still have openings for participants. For more information about Utah State University Extension’s 4-H program call Kira at 435-259-7558. Courtesy photo
Sew fun...
Members of the Grand County 4-H Sewing Club show off their drawstring backpacks and pin-cushion scrap bags. The group, aided by sewing club leaders Peggy Harty, Kim Shafer and Eleanor Inskip, learned many skills this year that they can use throughout their life. Sewing club members (pictured from left): Ethan Contreras, Ebony Contreras, Jaimin Sadoff, Gerald Minor, Mikayla McElhaney, Luke Shafer, and Nathan Shafer. Sewing club member Emree Olsen is not pictured. Some local 4-H programs still have openings for participants. For more information about Utah State University Extension’s 4-H program call Kira at 435-259-7558. Courtesy photo
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