Tuesday, July 14, 2020


Moab, UT

79.8 F


    Players hold joint session

    Softball and baseball players had a joint skills workout March 4 in what proved to be a team-building exercise for both squads.

    Golfers finish fourth at first home tourney

    The Lady Red Devils hosted the Moab Invitational, the second golf tournament of the season and the...

    Red Devils dominate Broncos

    The Grand County High School boys soccer team kicked off the spring sports season...

    Boys baseball begins season 0-2

    The Grand County boys varsity baseball team dropped the first two games of the season, falling 1-7...

    Red Devils boys soccer home opener cancelled; away team suspended school over COVID-19

    Waterford School, a prep school in Sandy, cancelled its boys soccer game against the Grand County Red Devils, what would have been the Red Devils boys' home opener.

    Softball team hopes to mirror 2019’s successful season

    The girls softball team went deep into the playoffs last year and coach Brook Shumway...

    Baseball team gears up for 2020 campaign; eager to begin season

    The Red Devils boys baseball team will be on the road for the first few games of the 2020 season.

    Freshmen fill out boys tennis team

    The Red Devils tennis team lost half of its members to graduation last year, but no worries.

    Marques ‘really excited’ for 2020 soccer season

    Coach: Players will learn to play every position The boys soccer team had a...

    Golfers prepare for 2020 campaign

    Lydia Taylor, Jenny Kopell and Madison Munger took their swings and fought off Old Man Winter at...

    Winter athletes lauded at ceremony

    Grand County High School held its Winter Sports Awards Ceremony on Monday, March 2, in the high...

    Little Devils hit the mat

    The Feb. 22 event has been happening in Moab for more than three decades, and for...

    Opioid epidemic: USU Extension program recognized

    From 2013 through 2015, Utah’s opioid overdoses outpaced deaths from firearms, falls and motor vehicle accidents.

    Sneak Peek: Middle School nears completion

    The footprint is large and built with growth in mind, to the possibility of accommodating up to 500 seventh and eighth graders.

    School district weighs COVID-19 plan

    Kay said during an interview last month that she too was deeply hopeful Grand County teachers could invite children back into the classroom this fall.

    GCSD faculty, staff honored for years of service

    In 2020 the district recognized 24 employees for their longevity and four retiring employees.

    Some Grand Junction residents want Walker’s name removed from sites

    Recent calls across the country for confederate statues to be taken down have affected Grand Junction, where...