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Marcia Wood

W hen Marcia Wood talks about window shading and sweepers, she isn’t talking about housekeeping. At 87, she throws around whitewater rafting terminology as casually as some people her age put on th...
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Unsung Heroes: Jeremy Spaulding
Jeremy Spaulding grew up in a nice neighborhood in Oregon. His dad was a physical therapist, and his mother ran a daycare center. He says both of his parents were very nurturing and involved. When ...
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Moab Pastel Guild featured at Dead Horse Point gallery
The Moab Pastel Guild will return to the Bighorn Gallery at Dead Horse Point State Park with a new show entitled “Melodic Lines.” The paintings will be on display at the gallery from Sept. 1 throug...
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Unsung Heroes
Tom Edwards

More than 20 years ago, Tom Edwards was hired as the first school counselor in the Grand County School District. At the time, he wasn’t really sure what working as a counselor in the schools would ...
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<b>True Americana...</b><br>
Musical duo James Moors and Kort McCumber will perform at Star Hall, 159 E. Center St. on Friday, Aug.12. The singer-songwriter-musicians known for their Americana-style songs about life and love, will be joined for the concert by local musicians Willie and Denise Perritt. The concert begins at 8 p.m. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. Advance tickets may be purchased online at: www.moorsandmccumber.com/tour.
True Americana...
Musical duo James Moors and Kort McCumber will perform at Star Hall, 159 E. Center St. on Friday, Aug.12. The singer-songwriter-musicians known for their Americana-style songs about life and love, will be joined for the concert by local musicians Willie and Denise Perritt. The concert begins at 8 p.m. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. Advance tickets may be purchased online at: www.moorsandmccumber.com/tour.
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  • ‘Boundless Bikers’ visit Moab on Pan-American journey
    by Emily Lawson
    The Times-Independent
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    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    07.21.16 - 10:39 am
  • MVMC camp introduces kids to diverse cultures
    by Emily Lawson
    The Times-Independent
    06.23.16 - 11:17 am

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