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Duo escapes fire that destroys truck, horse trailer en route to high school rodeo
A Grand County High School sophomore rodeo athlete and her mother escaped injury last Thursday, Sept. 11 when their pickup truck caught fire and burned, along with the horse trailer it was pulling....
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Local artists featured through October at Big Horn gallery
The Big Horn Gallery at Dead Horse Point State Park is currently hosting a special exhibit of original artwork by local Moab artists. The show will include works from 17 artists who are members of ...
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Bra decorating event highlights importance of early detection
Utah ranks second to last in the nation for mammography screening, and Grand County has the fourth lowest mammography rate in the state, which increases the risk of mortality from breast cancer, ac...
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Generations
Pam Lopez

For the past 26 years, Pam Lopez has opened the doors of her Moab home to young children getting ready to enter kindergarten. Happy Days, her preschool, is so popular that it’s not uncommon for par...
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<b><i>Creative cooking...<br></b></i>
Kaye Davis (left) and Gabe Woytek face off in an Iron Chef Challenge at the Moab Farmers’ Market on Thursday, Sept. 11. The Youth Garden Project provided the local chefs with a small pantry of items including spices and vinegars and gave them $20 to shop from vendors at the Farmer’s Market. Each chef was also required to incorporate a secret ingredient — YGP’s homemade peachcot cherry cardamom jam — into their finished dishes. Davis ultimately was named the winner of the competition, which was held in conjunction with Eat Local Week, a YGP spokesperson said. Photo by Tom Taylor
Creative cooking...
Kaye Davis (left) and Gabe Woytek face off in an Iron Chef Challenge at the Moab Farmers’ Market on Thursday, Sept. 11. The Youth Garden Project provided the local chefs with a small pantry of items including spices and vinegars and gave them $20 to shop from vendors at the Farmer’s Market. Each chef was also required to incorporate a secret ingredient — YGP’s homemade peachcot cherry cardamom jam — into their finished dishes. Davis ultimately was named the winner of the competition, which was held in conjunction with Eat Local Week, a YGP spokesperson said. Photo by Tom Taylor
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