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Former GCHS volleyball player leads NAU to conference championship
Former Grand County High School athlete Sydney Lema helped lead Northern Arizona University’s volleyball team to the Big Sky Conference championship. Lema was raised in Moab and attended GCHS until...
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McLane, Moab dance band in concert Dec. 15-16
The Moab Community Dance Band is sponsoring two events in December, a contra dance on Saturday Dec. 15, and a house concert on Dec. 16, with Vermont-based accordionist, pianist, teacher, and compos...
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Ask an Expert: When is enough, enough?
Consider creative deprivation this holiday season

We all know it is easy to get carried away with “decking the halls” during the holidays, and the concepts of excess, over indulgence and over scheduling come to mind this time of year more than eve...
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Save the Dates
December 6, 2018

Utah Poet Laureate Paisley Rekdal will read and discuss her writings at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11, at the Moab Library on Center Street. Rekdal has published a number of award-winning books and poetr...
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The late Don Murray, who retired as a lieutenant colonel, poses at the Grand County World War II Memorial on the Grand County Courthouse grounds, to commemorate the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. Murray was assigned to Wheeler Field in the field artillery unit adjacent to Pearl Harbor. He died in September and was the last Pearl Harbor survivor in the area. He was the local face of Pearl Harbor Day, which will memorialize the 77th anniversary of the attack that drew the U. S. into World War II this Friday, Dec 7.                  
Photo courtesy of Ron Irvin
The late Don Murray, who retired as a lieutenant colonel, poses at the Grand County World War II Memorial on the Grand County Courthouse grounds, to commemorate the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. Murray was assigned to Wheeler Field in the field artillery unit adjacent to Pearl Harbor. He died in September and was the last Pearl Harbor survivor in the area. He was the local face of Pearl Harbor Day, which will memorialize the 77th anniversary of the attack that drew the U. S. into World War II this Friday, Dec 7. Photo courtesy of Ron Irvin
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  • Both iconic and ordinary: Film locations keep Moab in focus
    by Rose Egelhoff
    The Times-Independent
    12.06.18 - 11:30 am
  • Gardening & Living in Grand Style
    Advice on pruning ornamental deciduous trees
    by Michael Johnson
    Associate Professor Utah State University Extension Grand County
    12.06.18 - 11:29 am
  • Ask an Expert: Mindful eating for the holidays and beyond
    by Brittany Bingeman
    Utah State University Extension, Assistant Professor
    12.06.18 - 11:26 am
  • Exhibit depicts drama, hardship of 1869 Powell river expedition
    by Nathaniel Smith
    The Times-Independent
    11.29.18 - 10:06 am

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