Saturday, July 4, 2020


Moab, UT

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    Stories of Interest

    USU Extension’s ROI program receives awards

    “This inventive team has created a program that is making significant financial and environmental impacts in Utah."

    District ends student meal delivery by bus; drive-through opens at HMK

    The service will be in the loop at the front of the school where families can pick up breakfast and lunch. Children do not need to be in the vehicle to receive the food.

    Class of ’20 graduates in style despite pandemic

    There wasn’t a single graduate who didn’t receive shouts of recognition, a cacophony of honking horns, or the duty of posing a few seconds while parents and other loved ones took photographs.

    District to end student meal delivery by bus; drive-through opens at HMK

    Instead, as of Monday, June 1 through June 30, all children 18 years old and younger can receive a meal from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at a drive-through at Helen M. Knight Elementary School, 505 N. MiVida Drive.

    School leaders say past months have taught ‘resilience,’ the power of relationships

    The Times-Independent interviewed Grand County High School Principal Steve Hren and Grand County School District Superintendent Taryn Kay on May 11 about their experience and thoughts about the two prior months, in which local campuses closed, and students were sent home to finish off their year doing distance education amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The class of 2020 will celebrate like none before

    With physical distancing and social togetherness the name of the game amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the class of 2020 from Grand County High School will join their peers around the state, country and world to celebrate their graduation in a manner that will be altogether unprecedented and unique but will — to the degree that it is safe — bring them together to celebrate on May 28.

    Grand County High School 2020 Senior Class

    The class of 2020, including a photo of some of the soon-to-be graduates from kindergarten.

    Top scholars: Hawks, Birdwell named valedictorian, salutatorian

    Jenna Hawks and Milo Birdwell are Grand County High’s valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, for the Class of 2020.

    44 GCMS students make Honor Society

    The Grand County Middle School held a virtual Honor Society induction ceremony May 12 for 44 students and their parents.

    2020 graduates honored with posters along Main Street

    Members of the Grand County High School class of 2020 will soon see their faces displayed along Main Street, a gesture of honor and support from school administration for a group of students whose daily school lives have been, like many others, rocked...

    Most students completing most online work; some have not logged on at all

    Figures from Grand County School District principals suggest that a majority of local students are completing most...

    USU-Moab celebrates Class of 2020; pandemic doesn’t deter honors for grads

    Utah State University-Moab is proud to celebrate one of its largest graduating classes in campus history. The...

    Dolphin named executive at UIAAA

    The Utah Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association has named Grand County High School Athletic Director Ron Dolphin as...

    HMK’s Wright is named wrestler of year

    Austin Paris Wright was named the Junior Wrestler of the Year last week at the USA Utah...

    Football: Devils fall to Hawks

    The Red Devils varsity football team lost to the North Sanpete Hawks 10-42, on Friday, Sept. 13 at North Sanpete High School...

    A lost season of GCHS sports

    Students cope with disappointments, uncertainties The announcement came over the intercom on March 12....

    Red Devil swimmers improve at Cedar City meet

    The Grand County High School swim team broke 14 personal records at the Cedar City Invitational on Friday...