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Report: UPSTART program is showing results in Grand County
The first 30 graduates of the preschool program Utah Preparing Students Today for a Rewarding Tomorrow (UPSTART) are doing very well academically as kindergarteners, according to a recent report to...
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The sky’s the limit for Moab entrepreneur
A Moab man recently took second place at the 2015 Business and Technology Innovation Competition held at the Utah State University Eastern campus in Price. Dylan Beck received $100 cash and a $250 ...
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<b><i>Help for the holidays...<br></b></i>
First-grader Veda Ershadi helps fill a container with cans as students from the Moab Charter School deliver approximately 800 pounds of food to the Grand County Food Bank on Nov. 24. Emma Weiss, Moab Charter School director, says an anonymous donor challenged the school to collect at least 600 pounds of food. If they could make that goal, Weiss said, the donor would give $1,000 to the school and $1,000 to the sixth-grade class for its spring field trip. The school collected the 800 pounds in two weeks, taking the lead from the sixth-grade students, who facilitated the entire drive. Many sixth-graders said they had a lot of fun with the fundraiser and really enjoyed working together as a class. “It was really inspiring because now I know where the [food bank] is and now I can donate more,” said sixth-grader Nizhonii Williams. Photo by Molly Marcello
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Avalanche Center now posting updates as winter ski season opens
by Molly Marcello
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The Utah Avalanche Center-Moab office is officially up and running, and forecasters are posting weather and avalanche advisories on its webpage for both the La Sal and Abajo mountain ranges. Due to...