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American Legion poppies show support, raise money for local veterans in need
Saturday, May 28, will be Poppy Day in Moab. Members of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 54 in Moab will be at City Market, 425 S. Main St., throughout the day on May 28 to offer the red, cre...
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Unsung Heroes
Melodie McCandless

When Melodie McCandless was growing up her mother worked as an emergency medical technician (EMT). The experience of knowing that her mother worked hard to save lives made a big impression on McCan...
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Unsung Heroes
Sue Allemand

Sue Allemand has always loved dogs. When she moved to Moab more than 10 years ago, she brought her beloved cocker spaniel with her. However, two weeks after their arrival, the dog died. So when she...
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Dalton recognized for military service
Longtime Moab Resident Melvin S. Dalton holds the “Quilt of Valor” he recently received in recognition for his military service in World War II. Dalton was presented with the quilt and a cake on Su...
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Flags of remembrance...

Mearl Sheldon of Spanish Valley Mortuary (second from left) presents a POW-MIA flag recently donated to Moab’s American Legion Post 54 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10900. Ron Irvin and Mary Walker-Irvin represent the American Legion and Russell Pogue represents the VFW. Sheldon also donated flags from each of the U.S. Armed Services to use as a last salute at funeral services for veterans. 
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Flags of remembrance... Mearl Sheldon of Spanish Valley Mortuary (second from left) presents a POW-MIA flag recently donated to Moab’s American Legion Post 54 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10900. Ron Irvin and Mary Walker-Irvin represent the American Legion and Russell Pogue represents the VFW. Sheldon also donated flags from each of the U.S. Armed Services to use as a last salute at funeral services for veterans. Courtesy photo
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