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Sara Melnicoff

Since 2004, Sara Melnicoff has been running the non-profit Moab Solutions. A recognizable face in the community, Melnicoff works tirelessly to solve every community issue that crosses her path — so...
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Approaching retirement, Judge Lyle Anderson reflects on 25 years of service
​ “Unquestionably there are cases that had an affect on me,” Seventh District Judge Lyle Anderson told The Times-Independent last week from his chambers in the Grand County Courthouse. He announced...
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National Ability Center CEO shares future plans, vision
​ The National Ability Center, based in Park City, has combined their program with that of Splore in Moab, a non-profit that has served individuals and families of all abilities for more than 40 ye...
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Stonefed brings dance magic to Woody’s
We are 42 days into winter and the snowy solitude in the canyon country has been enchanting. The nights on the other hand have been somewhat cold and uneventful as is customary for January. It’s a ...
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    Utah State University Extension Agent, Grand County
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  • Juli Miller has been named as the new executive director of the Moab Free Health Clinic. A Utah native, Miller was raised in Salt Lake City. She said her immediate goals are to, “develop new sources of funding, expand services provided at the clinic by hiring a full-time clinical director as well as adding dental care, and build stronger more collaborative partnerships with other organizations and businesses in the community.” February marks MFHC’s 10th anniversary. Miller is inviting the public to stop by the clinic on Thursday, Feb. 15 between 1 and 2 p.m. to celebrate this milestone.                                Courtesy photo
    Juli Miller has been named as the new executive director of the Moab Free Health Clinic. A Utah native, Miller was raised in Salt Lake City. She said her immediate goals are to, “develop new sources of funding, expand services provided at the clinic by hiring a full-time clinical director as well as adding dental care, and build stronger more collaborative partnerships with other organizations and businesses in the community.” February marks MFHC’s 10th anniversary. Miller is inviting the public to stop by the clinic on Thursday, Feb. 15 between 1 and 2 p.m. to celebrate this milestone. Courtesy photo
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  • Grandchildren record oral histories at LDS family center
    by Jacque Garcia
    The Times-Independent
    02.08.18 - 11:10 am
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    by Michael Johnson
    Utah State University Extension Agent, Grand County
    02.08.18 - 10:44 am
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    The Times-Independent
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    by Jacque Garcia
    The Times-Independent
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    by Jacque Garcia
    The Times-Independent
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