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Emily Stock

Emily Stock, a Moab native and founder of Sundial Medicinals, did not start out with the goal of becoming an herbalist. “My grandma has always made tinctures for us and we always used herbs growing...
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Swift named Grand, San Juan Foster Mother of the Year
May is National Foster Care Month and Utah Foster Care is honoring Moab resident Geri Swift as this year’s Foster Mother of the Year for Grand and San Juan counties “Geri has served children in fos...
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‘Thrillusionist’ David DaVinci to open five-month magic show in Moab
Self-described “thrillusionist” David DaVinci is making Moab his home for the next five months. Starting Monday, May 15, he will be performing magic shows a few nights each week until mid-October a...
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Local groups to participate in fundraising events March 30
On Thursday, March 30, Moab residents will have the opportunity to again prove their record-breaking generosity by contributing to their favorite nonprofit organizations and schools during the annu...
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A total of 17 students in the Moab seminary program of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints received their four-year diplomas during a graduation ceremony at the Moab LDS Stake Center on Sunday evening, May 21. Several other students also earned certificates of attendance and partial completion, according to seminary teacher Ryan Jackman. The 17 graduates (from left): River Richards, Cameron Wakefield, Tia Shumway, Ariahna Groesbeck, Aubrey Anna Brewer, Cade Gill, Mackenzie Bleggi, Ben Shafer, Alexa Pierce, Aaron Hawks, Sidney Shumway, Mackay Wakefield, Ethan Clark, Kortney Backus, Delanee Olsen, Rylee Pruitt and Jalysa Farnsworth pose with Jackman (far right) following the graduation ceremony.                          Photo by Jeff Richards
    A total of 17 students in the Moab seminary program of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints received their four-year diplomas during a graduation ceremony at the Moab LDS Stake Center on Sunday evening, May 21. Several other students also earned certificates of attendance and partial completion, according to seminary teacher Ryan Jackman. The 17 graduates (from left): River Richards, Cameron Wakefield, Tia Shumway, Ariahna Groesbeck, Aubrey Anna Brewer, Cade Gill, Mackenzie Bleggi, Ben Shafer, Alexa Pierce, Aaron Hawks, Sidney Shumway, Mackay Wakefield, Ethan Clark, Kortney Backus, Delanee Olsen, Rylee Pruitt and Jalysa Farnsworth pose with Jackman (far right) following the graduation ceremony. Photo by Jeff Richards
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