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Three river runners to be honored at Green River banquet
If you’ve ever been on a running trip on the Colorado River, chances are you’ve done it in a boat that traces back to the trio of Jack Currey, Ron Smith and Glade Ross, who will now join the likes ...
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Moab Music Festival wraps up 25th annual concert series
The Moab Music Festival concluded its 25th year running on Sunday with a Leonard Bernstein Centennial concert narrated by daughter, Jamie Bernstein. The two-week festival sold more than 3,300 ticke...
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Car seat checkpoint will be held in Moab this month
Safe Kids Utah is urging parents and caregivers to make sure their car seats and booster seats are properly installed during National Child Passenger Safety Week, observed Sept. 17-23. In order to ...
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AARP to offer ‘Smart Driver’ class in Moab on Aug. 9
The Grand Center, 182 North 500 West, will host the next AARP Smart Driver Course on Wednesday, Aug. 9, from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. The class is open to everyone — AARP membership is not required — but...
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While everyone’s dances were unique and creative at Dancing with the Stars Moab, the winners of this year’s event were Caitlin Ballard and Moab star Terry Lewis with their synchronized swimming routine. Taking second place were Rob Kerchen and Emily Niehaus; third place went to Erika Ring and Maralee Francis. The people’s choice award, determined by a decibel meter, went to Regan Ballard and Jill Tatton and best costume was given to Norma Bañuelos and Jim Nelson. The best production award, which is new this year, was given to Cindy Montague and Brad Maxwell. There were also three judge’s awards given out. Bit Betancourt and Kelly Vagts won the award for Sauciest Routine, Cali Bulmash and Aaron Aboites won the award for Best Moves, and Karen Garthwait and Sam Wainer won the award for Fanciest Footwork. The goal of this event is to bring the many diverse sectors of Moab community together and raise funds for the Moab Valley Multicultural Center. A total of $10,000 was raised this year, which will be used to continue the vital education and advocacy services offered by the multicultural center. If you’d like to learn more please visit moabmc.org.    Photo courtesy MVMC
    While everyone’s dances were unique and creative at Dancing with the Stars Moab, the winners of this year’s event were Caitlin Ballard and Moab star Terry Lewis with their synchronized swimming routine. Taking second place were Rob Kerchen and Emily Niehaus; third place went to Erika Ring and Maralee Francis. The people’s choice award, determined by a decibel meter, went to Regan Ballard and Jill Tatton and best costume was given to Norma Bañuelos and Jim Nelson. The best production award, which is new this year, was given to Cindy Montague and Brad Maxwell. There were also three judge’s awards given out. Bit Betancourt and Kelly Vagts won the award for Sauciest Routine, Cali Bulmash and Aaron Aboites won the award for Best Moves, and Karen Garthwait and Sam Wainer won the award for Fanciest Footwork. The goal of this event is to bring the many diverse sectors of Moab community together and raise funds for the Moab Valley Multicultural Center. A total of $10,000 was raised this year, which will be used to continue the vital education and advocacy services offered by the multicultural center. If you’d like to learn more please visit moabmc.org. Photo courtesy MVMC
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