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Escape room debut brings nightlife alternative to Moab
On Friday, April 20, Nate Woods and Laura Creekmore will present an invention of their minds’ creation through a new community event. The Escape Room debut party will be held at the Helipad perform...
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Canyonlands Care Center will hold open house
The Canyonlands Care Center will hold an open house to celebrate their new five-star rating on Friday, April 13 at 390 West Williams Way. The open house will run from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and refreshm...
Apr 12, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend
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Gradening & Living in Grand Style
Spring is here ... now what?

It was so nice having the precipitation of various types falling all around Grand County over the last month as every bit helps. With the temperatures warming up the daffodils, crocus, wild flowers...
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Discovering the indoor exercise opportunities in Moab
No matter the number of gyms around, it’s no easy task to embark on a search for the right place to get in shape or practice a certain sport. In Moab the gym options are limited, but there is a wea...
Mar 01, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 27 27 recommendations | email to a friend
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  • Gardening & Living in Grand Style
    What gardening questions are being asked now...
    by Michael Johnson
    Utah State University Extension Agent, Grand County
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    Cultural and environmental issues impacting vegetable growth and productivity....
    by Michael Johnson
    Utah State University Extension Agent, Grand County
    07.27.17 - 10:03 am
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    Fact or fiction: Gardening tales...
    by Michael Johnson
    Utah State University Extension Agent, Grand County
    07.13.17 - 10:41 am


  • The U.S. Postal Service in Moab was all “thumbs-up” after a not-too-taxing Tax Day on Wednesday, April 18. The thumbs-up above came from USPS employees Kyle Meyer, Tammy McFadden and Keith Smith. McFarland, the acting officer in charge of the Moab facility, said operations went well and that her team handled the pressure of deadline day. The IRS extended the filing deadline this year to April 18 after technical glitches created a system-wide network failure on Tuesday, April 17.                                                      Photo by Greg Knight
    The U.S. Postal Service in Moab was all “thumbs-up” after a not-too-taxing Tax Day on Wednesday, April 18. The thumbs-up above came from USPS employees Kyle Meyer, Tammy McFadden and Keith Smith. McFarland, the acting officer in charge of the Moab facility, said operations went well and that her team handled the pressure of deadline day. The IRS extended the filing deadline this year to April 18 after technical glitches created a system-wide network failure on Tuesday, April 17. Photo by Greg Knight
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    The Times-Independent
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