The Top 3 Stories of 2011

Landslide S.R. 14, East End 5, Cedar Canyon, Utah, Oct. 8, 2011 | Photo courtesy of Utah Department of Transportation

ST. GEORGE – With  a new year right around the corner, it is customary to look back on the top stories of the previous year. What incident impacted readers the most? Which topic fired up their interests? Was it good news, or was it bad news?

St. George News looks back on the top 11 stories covered in 2011. Do the readers agree? Or was something left out?

Stories 11 through 8
Stories 7 through 4

Here are the Top 3 stories of 2011

3. UDOT to design new roadway after landslide closes SR 14 for months – Oct. 11, 2011

CEDAR CITY —   The Utah Department of Transportation will rely on aerial surveying and mapping in an effort to get an accurate assessment of a massive landslide that displaced a section of State Route 14… Read more

2. ‘Fitting in’ as a non-Mormon in Utah – Oct. 20, 2011

ST. GEORGE – Outside of Utah, the membership of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – the Mormons – is in the minority. Inside of the state that trend is reversed… Read more

1. Local LDS Missionary Injured in Guatemala After Lion Attack – July 12, 2011

ST. GEORGE – A local missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is alive after being attacked by two lions yesterday while visiting a zoo in Guatemala where he is serving a church mission… Read more

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1 Comment

  • SpellingNazi December 30, 2011 at 6:29 pm

    You might want to get some one who knows how to spell/type to write your articles… I mean, we don’t want people to think that SGians are illiterate! LOL!

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