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Local author examines connection between outer wilderness, inner self
In his new book, “Open Midnight: Where Ancestors and Wilderness Meet,” author Brooke Williams weaves together personal and collective history to show how the outer, physical wilderness grants acces...
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Delicate Stitchers to host annual ‘Quilting in the Red Rocks’ show
The doors of the Grand Center will open wide to welcome viewers to the Quilting in the Red Rocks Quilt Show March 4-5. The Delicate Stitchers Quilt Guild presents its ninth biennial show and also c...
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‘Orthographic Surgeons’ have no problem dealing with ‘hemorrhage’ at spelling bee
Moab’s sixth annual Adult Spelling Bee attracted the usual assortment of wildly dressed participants vying for top-speller honors. A total of 11 three-person teams took part in the event on Thursda...
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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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  • Gardening & Living in Grand Style
    To till or not to till...
    by Michael Johnson
    Utah State University Extension Agent, Grand County
    02.23.17 - 10:11 am
  • Gardening & Living in Grand Style
    What’s all the bull about adding manure to your soil...
    by Michael Johnson
    Utah State University Extension Agent, Grand County
    02.09.17 - 10:47 am
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    Fertilizing fruit trees and growing vegetable transplants...
    by Michael Johnson
    Utah State University Extension Agent, Grand County
    01.26.17 - 10:22 am
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    A gardener’s best friend: The cold frame, part 2...
    by Michael Johnson
    Utah State University Extension Agent, Grand County
    01.12.17 - 10:37 am


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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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