Friends of Zella Ceniceros honored her life and legacy on Tuesday, Nov. 5, during a candlelight vigil held at Grand County High School, where she had been a senior, one week after she died suddenly.
Landree Tate enjoys the costume portion of the Barrels for Bucks event at the Old Spanish Trail Arena last weekend. Tate, a resident of Meeker, Colorado, showed off her unique outfit and spotted pony, along with other youth, one of whom stood up in the saddle. Classes for kids and adults alike were held during the Oct. 25-26 event.
Stress – we all have it, whether it’s at work, home or places in between. There are times when we feel especially stressed due to a bad interaction or everyday hassles like traffic. No one’s life is completely stress free, but regular negative stress can keep us from feeling and performing at our best; therefore, it’s important that we learn how to manage it.
More than a dozen young horse enthusiasts have been saddling up several evenings a week since spring to participate in the Moab Riding Club, and they’re getting ready to host a “play day” event at the Old Spanish Trail Arena Nov. 9 to test their skills.
The Grand County varsity football team lost the final game of the regular season 0-34 to the Richfield Wildcats on Oct. 17 in Richfield.
Are you among the minority of American families who eat at least one meal together every day? In today’s fast-paced world, eating Sunday dinner as a family is a great tradition, but it is a giant step away from more regular or daily time spent eating and socializing around the table – which was the norm just one generation ago.
A desire to keep his son safe while deployed in Iraq led the late engineer Dallas B. Noyes to develop a process to make high-strength carbon. He created a lightweight and affordable product that was 20 percent stronger than anything else on the market.
The skilled Labor and Delivery nursing team at Moab Regional Hospital will lead classes Monday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sept. 16, 23, 30, and Oct. 7 in Education Room 2 at Moab Regional Hospital, 450 Williams Way.
About 100 children are born in Grand County each year, and there are an estimated 200 children between the ages of 0 and 2 years living in the county. There is no available licensed childcare for that age, local officials say, a problem the nonprofit Moab Community Childcare wants to solve. The group is reaching to the community to make it happen.
Descendents of Pearl Murphy and Nate Knight, Sr. have continued to meet for family reunions over the past 50 years. Pearl Murphy was the daughter of original Moab pioneer Felix Murphy, Sr. who came to Moab to ranch in 1882. Nate Knight came to Moab in 1911 to mine radium, reportedly for Madame Curie. At Pearl’s funeral in 1969 the family agreed to meet yearly on Memorial Day. Every year since then close to a hundred members of the family have gathered to celebrate their family ties.