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Moab Sea Devil swimmers compete at Richfield meet
Six swimmers from the Moab Sea Devils youth swim team participated in the Dolphins Invitational at Richfield, Utah on July 17 and 18. Each swimmer was limited to two individual events per day, and ...
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British soccer camps coming to Moab July 27
The Moab City Recreation Department is bringing the Challenger British Soccer Camp program to Moab from July 27 through July 31. The camps are operated by Challenger Sports, which is the largest so...
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Baseball team beats South Sevier, loses to Emery at state tourney
Playing in the one-loss bracket at the 2A state playoffs last week, the Grand County High School baseball team won one game but then lost its next contest, getting knocked out of the tournament by ...
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Lady Devils go 2-2 at state softball tourney
The Grand County High School softball team won its first two games at the state 2A playoffs last Thursday, May 7, only to lose its next two games in the double-elimination tournament the following ...
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  • Moab Sea Devils compete at Provo Piranha Invitational
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    07.16.15 - 10:05 am
  • Moab Yankees win regional Pony league baseball title
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    07.16.15 - 10:11 am
  • Red Devil track teams compete at BYU Invitational in Provo
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    05.07.15 - 10:18 am
  • Moab Sea Devils take second place at Price invitational meet
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    07.09.15 - 10:11 am
  • Boys soccer team falls to Manti and Carbon
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    04.23.15 - 12:29 pm

  • <b><i>Cooling off...<br></b></i>
Team members of the Blue Fire Dragons T-Ball team get some relief from the heat after Moab City Recreation officials turned on the water sprinklers during a recent game night in late June. One spectator said the children were “so hot they were not having fun anymore,” so city officials stepped in to help — and, as the spectator said, “make a memory for everyone in the community.” The sprinklers were left running while all the T-Ball teams completed their games. Photo by Danielle Skidmore
    Cooling off...
    Team members of the Blue Fire Dragons T-Ball team get some relief from the heat after Moab City Recreation officials turned on the water sprinklers during a recent game night in late June. One spectator said the children were “so hot they were not having fun anymore,” so city officials stepped in to help — and, as the spectator said, “make a memory for everyone in the community.” The sprinklers were left running while all the T-Ball teams completed their games. Photo by Danielle Skidmore
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    Rose of England plays his second shot on the fourth hole during the second round of the British Open golf championship on the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland(Reuters) - Justin Rose has produced sparkling form over the past three months after a slow start to the PGA Tour season and says he is "excited" about his title defense at this week's Quicken Loans National in Gainesville, Virginia. World number seven Rose clinched last year's tournament after a playoff at Congressional Country Club in Maryland, and knows he faces a very different test at a new venue over the next four days at Robert Trent Jones Golf Club. "So, it's a new test ... I don't certainly put any pressure on myself this week." Rose brings excellent form to the PGA Tour event hosted by Tiger Woods, having posted four top-10s in 13 starts this season, including a victory at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans in April and a playoff loss at the Memorial Tournament in June.


    2015-07-29 15:13:42 -0600
    Justin Rose has produced sparkling form over the past three months after a slow start to the PGA Tour season and says he is "excited" about his title defence at this week's Quicken Loans National in Gainesville, Virginia. World number seven Rose clinched last year's tournament after a playoff at Congressional Country Club in Maryland, and knows he faces a very different test at a new venue over the next four days at Robert Trent Jones Golf Club. "So, it's a new test ... I don't certainly put any pressure on myself this week." Rose brings excellent form to the PGA Tour event hosted by Tiger Woods, having posted four top-10s in 13 starts this season, including a victory at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans in April and a playoff loss at the Memorial Tournament in June.
    2015-07-29 15:11:15 -0600

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell speaks during the 2015 NFL Draft on April 30, 2015 in Chicago, IllinoisIn the wake of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's decision to uphold a four-game suspension of New England Patriots star Tom Brady, the league has asked police to watch Goodell's home in the region. Police in Scarborough, Maine, said they were contacted by the NFL over security concerns for Goodell's $6.5 million (6 million euro) house after Goodell rejected Brady's appeal of his ban stemming from the "Deflategate" scandal. "They did reach out and let us know about the decision and that it might not be popular," Scarborough Police Chief Robbie Moulton told the Portland Press Herald.


    2015-07-29 14:31:29 -0600