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Street painting festival kicks off with documentary film screening 

IVINS – The fourth annual Kayenta Street Painting Festival kicks-off Friday with a screening of the highly anticipated documentary film, “GESSO: The Art of Street Painting,” held at the Kayenta Outdoor Theater  at 8 p.m. in the Kayenta Art Village, 875 Coyote Gulch Court in Ivins. The film features international street painters from Italy and […]

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Start your engines for weekend drag racing 

ST. GEORGE – The first of the four scheduled 2014 St. George Lions Club-sponsored BlackRock Motorsports drag races will be held Saturday and Sunday at Ridge Top Complex, 998 South Airport Road, St. George. Tech inspection on Saturday opens at 8 a.m. with time-trials starting at 9 a.m. Timed eliminations begin at 1 p.m. Tech inspection opens at 9 a.m. […]

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Restaurants gear up for Southern Utah Culinary Festival 

ST. GEORGE – Nearly 40 restaurants from St. George will be showing off and sampling their most popular menu items at the 2nd Annual Southern Utah Culinary Festival presented by Stephen Wade. The public is invited to enjoy the food, special events and live music from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at […]

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Cotton Days returns to celebrate Washington City heritage 

WASHINGTON CITY – Cotton Days, a two-week celebration of the history of Washington City, begins April 25 and continues through May 9, with a total of 16 events that take place throughout the weeks. All members of the community are invited to attend. The event takes place annually to recognize the foundation of Washington, while creating new […]

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Looming FCC rules change cell signal world 

HURRICANE – Effective May 1, there will be new Federal Communications Commission rules pertaining to the use of cellphone boosters. Signal boosters can improve cellphone coverage by amplifying wireless signals between cellphones and wireless networks; but, to do so effectively, they need to comply with the new rules and integrate with existing or new business and […]

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Perspectives: Freedom is linked to property rights 

OPINION – Most of us are familiar with the phrase “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” Life and liberty are fairly easy to envision, but the pursuit of happiness can seem a bit more abstract. When Thomas Jefferson wrote those words in the Declaration of Independence, he was using a bit of literary flair […]

Santa Clara City Hall building, Santa Clara Utah, April 23, 2014 | Photo by Drew Allred, St. George News

A shooting range in Santa Clara? 

SANTA CLARA — The city of Santa Clara is looking into the possibility of creating a shooting range or just a shooting area within city limits. The goal would be to funnel all of the current shooting activity west of town into one specific spot. Currently the desert area west of the residential district of Santa Clara […]

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Relationship Connection: I’m turned off by my husband’s weight 

Question My husband and I have been married for 30-plus years. In the beginning, I tried to “change” him, and ultimately discovered that I can only change myself. I realize that his life’s experiences are a part of who he is; and as we have different opinions regarding many things, we have agreed that on […]

Tang, an adoptable dog at the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, Kanab, Utah, April 1, 2014 | Photo courtesy of Barbara Williamson

Best Friends launches NKUT initiative to save shelter pets; weekend adoption event 

ST. GEORGE – Last year, nearly 12,000 dogs and cats died in Utah shelters simply because they couldn’t find a suitable home. Best Friends Animal Society has joined 36 animal shelters and rescue groups, along with community members, to create the No-Kill Utah statewide initiative to eradicate the killing of shelter pets by 2019. During […]

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Bicycle, car collision; Woman suffers minor head injury 

ST. GEORGE — A woman suffered a minor injury to her head when a car crashed into her while she was riding a bicycle in St. George. The accident, which occurred at about 11:45 a.m., Wednesday, took place at the intersection of 600 East and Tabernacle Street. A man driving a red Oldsmobile stopped at […]

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Washington City residents invited to join in clean up of illegal dump sites 

WASHINGTON CITY – Washington City officials are inviting residents from the community to participate with city employees in cleaning up illegal dump sites on public land located within city limits. Garbage, yard trimmings, even appliances and furniture are often dumped in isolated locations around the community rather than being properly disposed of. This refuse is not […]

Two-car accident on State Street, Hurricane, Utah, April 23, 2014 | Photo by Kimberly Scott, St. George News

News Short: Two-car crash at Hurricane intersection 

HURRICANE – Two vehicles were involved in a rear-end collision Wednesday morning near the intersection of Telegraph Street/6300 West and State Street/state Route 9 in Hurricane. A Geo Prism hit a Subaru Forster at approximately 9:40am, Sgt. Brandon Buell of the Hurricane City Police Department said. The Geo struck the back of the Subaru as […]

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