lifestyles
Moab Taiko celebrates 20 years with free local concert
In 1994, a small group of Moab residents met in Annette Kearl’s backyard and started drumming on old tires that were lashed to the backs of folding chairs. Twenty years later, the drums have change...
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‘Valley Uprising’ traces history of rock climbing counterculture
A special presentation of the Reel Rock Film Tour’s highly-anticipated feature-length film, “Valley Uprising,” will be screened in Moab on Tuesday, Oct. 21. The screening will be held at Star Hall,...
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Moab residents among winners in Utah Wilderness 50 photo contest
Photo entries displayed in Utah Museum exhibit
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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>Water play...<br></b></i>
Tylan, the Rotary Park frog, is finally fully functional. The frog statue was installed over a year ago, but was not functional as a water feature. According to Moab Community Development Director David Olsen, the frog is now working after a donation from the Moab Rotary Club, and a lot of time donated by Rick Hirschfeld. The frog is operated by a foot-pedal. When the pedal is depressed, the frog shoots a stream of water at a dragonfly in the middle of the flower. Photo by Laura Haley
Water play...
Tylan, the Rotary Park frog, is finally fully functional. The frog statue was installed over a year ago, but was not functional as a water feature. According to Moab Community Development Director David Olsen, the frog is now working after a donation from the Moab Rotary Club, and a lot of time donated by Rick Hirschfeld. The frog is operated by a foot-pedal. When the pedal is depressed, the frog shoots a stream of water at a dragonfly in the middle of the flower. Photo by Laura Haley
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  • 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
    Pam Lopez
    by Laura Haley
    Contributing Writer
    08.28.14 - 10:18 am
  • Generations
    Scott Crane
    by Laura Haley
    Contributing Writer
    07.31.14 - 10:43 am

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