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HMK to present holiday musical
Helen M. Knight Elementary School sixth-graders will perform the multi-cultural musical “December Nights, December Lights” on Thursday, Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. at HMK, 505 N. MiVida Dr. The musical looks ...
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Red Devils lose ‘pink’ basketball game at Green River
The Grand County High School boys basketball team lost on the road to the Green River Pirates on Friday, Dec. 19, by the score of 78-50. The two teams would have normally been decked out in the app...
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MACU to help raise funds for GCHS cheer squad
The Moab branch of Mountain America Credit Union (MACU) is raising funds to help the Grand County High School cheerleading squad purchase new regulation mats needed for performing stunts. MACU has ...
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GCMS students help raise money to help local foster children
Children in foster care come from a variety of backgrounds, each with their own unique circumstances. But they also have something in common – they have been placed into a new situation, usually wi...
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<b><i>National Honor Society inducts members... <br></b></i>
More than two-dozen new members, most of whom are sophomores, were inducted into the Arches Chapter of the National Honor Society on the night of Wednesday, Jan. 14 at Grand County High School. Membership in the organization is based on scholarship, leadership, service and character, said chapter president Justin Hawks, a senior at GCHS, who conducted the program. The 25 new members joined some 60 upperclassmen who had been inducted in previous years. This group photo, taken immediately following the ceremony, includes all chapter members in attendance. New inductees are: juniors Lindsey Meadows, Rosie Fleming and Kylie Haycock; and sophomores Rowan Antonuccio, Riley Balling, Kenyon Birdwell, Sarah Day, Jalysa Farnsworth, Ariahna Groesbeck, Aaron Hawks, Jacob Johnston, Ellie Kelly, Jayelen Knowles, Bjorn Nicolaisen, Jonathan Park, Megan Pfnister, Alexa Pierce, Rylee Pruitt, River Richards, Ben Shafer, Alan Snow, Tyrese Stash, Heather Sweeney, Michelle Valdes and Tobin Wainer. Photo by Jeff Richards
National Honor Society inducts members... 
More than two-dozen new members, most of whom are sophomores, were inducted into the Arches Chapter of the National Honor Society on the night of Wednesday, Jan. 14 at Grand County High School. Membership in the organization is based on scholarship, leadership, service and character, said chapter president Justin Hawks, a senior at GCHS, who conducted the program. The 25 new members joined some 60 upperclassmen who had been inducted in previous years. This group photo, taken immediately following the ceremony, includes all chapter members in attendance. New inductees are: juniors Lindsey Meadows, Rosie Fleming and Kylie Haycock; and sophomores Rowan Antonuccio, Riley Balling, Kenyon Birdwell, Sarah Day, Jalysa Farnsworth, Ariahna Groesbeck, Aaron Hawks, Jacob Johnston, Ellie Kelly, Jayelen Knowles, Bjorn Nicolaisen, Jonathan Park, Megan Pfnister, Alexa Pierce, Rylee Pruitt, River Richards, Ben Shafer, Alan Snow, Tyrese Stash, Heather Sweeney, Michelle Valdes and Tobin Wainer. Photo by Jeff Richards
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