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Generations
Sandra Foy

Sandra Foy didn’t have an easy start to life. “My dad told me I started life on one of the stormiest, coldest nights that there had been all winter in Price,” she said. Born prematurely along with ...
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Groups to host ‘Earth Week’ forum, rally to raise awareness of local environmental issues
In celebration of Earth Week, local environmental and activist groups will host a community forum and rally this weekend to call attention to watershed protection and the impact of mineral developm...
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Unsung Heroes
Bryon Walston

Bryon Walston was raised in a family where giving back to the community was the norm. “I was just raised that way,” he said. “Mom and dad always helped people.” When his own children started school...
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MRH to conduct patient survey
Beginning in April, Moab Regional Hospital (MRH) will contract with HealthStream Research to conduct the hospital’s patient satisfaction surveys with recent patients. The surveys will be conducted ...
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<b><i>Time traveling...<br></b>
Brennon Keogh shows his “TARDIS Access Pass” during the Grand County Public Library Comic Con on Saturday, April 11. A replica of the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space) time machine and spacecraft from the British science fiction TV series “Doctor Who” was set up at the event. A Comic Con celebrates comics, animation, science fiction and fantasy book, film and television programs and characters. Several hundred people attended the event, which included crafts, speakers, themed art and vendors and ended with a costume contest. Photo by Tom Haraden
Time traveling...
Brennon Keogh shows his “TARDIS Access Pass” during the Grand County Public Library Comic Con on Saturday, April 11. A replica of the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space) time machine and spacecraft from the British science fiction TV series “Doctor Who” was set up at the event. A Comic Con celebrates comics, animation, science fiction and fantasy book, film and television programs and characters. Several hundred people attended the event, which included crafts, speakers, themed art and vendors and ended with a costume contest. Photo by Tom Haraden
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  • Generations
    Gwynith Parriott
    by Laura Haley
    Contributing Writer
    03.26.15 - 11:00 am
  • New studio’s puppets will parade downtown during Art Walk
    by Molly Marcello
    Contributing Writer
    04.09.15 - 10:20 am
  • Moab Farmers’ Market to open for the season April 16
    by Molly Marcello
    Contributing Writer
    04.09.15 - 10:00 am

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