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Indoor Relay for Life a hit with participants, organizers
Held indoors for the first time, Moab’s ninth annual “Relay for Life” event attracted hundreds of participants and raised nearly $30,000 in donations for the American Cancer Society, organizers sai...
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Chad Wright takes over as new director of Moab City Recreation Department
Former director, John Geiger, heading to Texas
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Queen, princesses crowned at first Little Miss in Moab pageant
The first annual Little Miss in Moab pageant was held Friday, Aug. 8 as girls, ages 5 through 13, from across eastern Utah, competed for the title of Queen. Avery Young, daughter of Brad and Shanno...
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Generations
Scott Crane

When Grand County School District Superintendent Scott Crane interviewed for the open superintendent position in Moab in 2012, he knew this was where he wanted to be. “I was interviewing in Oregon,...
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<b><i>Sewing stars...</b></i><br>
The Grand County 4-H sewing club recently completed a two-week sewing camp, June 9 to 19. Club members completed four projects – ditty bags with zipper closings, a combination beach towel and tote, a magic pillowcase and an apron – and received their “sewing machine driver’s license.” Pictured: (back row, from left) 4-H leader Peggy Harty, Luke Shafer, Katelyn Murphy, Maara Holyoak, and assistant leaders Kim Shafer and Patti Jerrell; and (front row, from left) Gerald Minor, Shaycee Renn, Kaistin Allred. Mikayla McElhaney, Nathan Shafer and Bella Welch also completed the sewing camp. Courtesy photo 
Sewing stars...
The Grand County 4-H sewing club recently completed a two-week sewing camp, June 9 to 19. Club members completed four projects – ditty bags with zipper closings, a combination beach towel and tote, a magic pillowcase and an apron – and received their “sewing machine driver’s license.” Pictured: (back row, from left) 4-H leader Peggy Harty, Luke Shafer, Katelyn Murphy, Maara Holyoak, and assistant leaders Kim Shafer and Patti Jerrell; and (front row, from left) Gerald Minor, Shaycee Renn, Kaistin Allred. Mikayla McElhaney, Nathan Shafer and Bella Welch also completed the sewing camp. Courtesy photo 
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    FILE - This May 1945 file photo shows actor Humphrey Bogart, left, with his wife actress Lauren Bacall. Bacall, the sultry-voiced actress and Humphrey Bogart’s partner off and on the screen, died Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014 in New York. She was 89. (AP Photo, File)NEW YORK (AP) — "Anybody got a match?" was Lauren Bacall's first line, in Howard Hawks "To Have and Have Not," and, ever since, captive moviegoers have been desperately fumbling for a light.


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    FILE - This Oct. 12, 1955 file photo shows actors Humphrey Bogart, left, and his wife, Lauren Bacall at the premiere of "The Desperate Hours," in Los Angeles. Bacall, the sultry-voiced actress and Humphrey Bogart’s partner off and on the screen, died Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014 in New York. She was 89. (AP Photo/Harold Filan, FIle)Lauren Bacall had the look — cool and mysterious — and she had the sound, courtesy of that irresistibly low and throaty voice.


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