- Health & Wellness
All posts by Tracie Parry
SPRINGDALE – An upcoming motorcycle ride will raise funds for the new veterans’ home in Ivins. The “Meet in the Heat!” motorcy ...
HURRICANE - A school unlike any other in Washington County will be opening for the 2012-2013 school year. Valley Academy in Hurricane is a kindergart ...
June 15, 2012, 1 Comment
ST. GEORGE - The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce its new off highway vehicle/all-terrain vehicle education course. Southern Utah has long been known for its outdoor recreation. Many ...
June 12, 2012, No comments
SALT LAKE CITY – All immigration consultants in Utah will have to register with the Division of Consumer Protection, effective July 1, 2012, when Senate Bill 144* goes into effect. ...
June 7, 2012, 1 Comment
SALT LAKE CITY – Even the cardboard version of Orrin Hatch was a no-show for the “debate-style” town hall with Dan Liljenquist. The absence of the cardboard Hatch didn’t put ...
May 25, 2012, 12 Comments
EDITOR’S NOTE: The content of this article pertains to bodily functions. Reader/viewer discretion is advised. ST. GEORGE – A St. George family’s invention was on NBC TV’s health talk show ...
May 22, 2012, No comments
Friends and family of a mother with stage four colon cancer are holding a concert and silent auction to raise funds for her treatment. Liz Wilson of Hurricane was diagnosed ...
May 11, 2012, No comments
MIDVALE – The Utah Republican Party has released the findings of an investigation into the scandal and drama at the Republican State Convention. The race for the Republican nomination for ...
April 22, 2012, 1 Comment
SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Democratic party concluded its state convention on Saturday at the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City. This convention had the most delegates in the ...
April 21, 2012, No comments
SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Democratic party held several lively caucuses at the state convention on April 21, including the LDS Democratic caucus. “We have a secret weapon: you,” ...
April 20, 2012, 1 Comment
UPDATED 9:15 p.m. with election results. SALT LAKE CITY – Democratic delegates from all regions of Utah gathered at the Radisson and the Salt Palace in downtown Salt Lake City ...
August 24, 2011, 7 Comments
MESQUITE, NEV – People in St. George may not think about Mesquite, Nev. very much, but CNN is giving our small neighbor attention. “Deaths reveal a small town’s mean streak” ...
June 23, 2011, 9 Comments
HURRICANE – In October 2008, while working on the oil fields in Vernal, Utah, Anneliese Freeman-White found a lump in her left breast. When her doctor told her it was ...
June 10, 2011, No comments
ST. GEORGE – Utah Gov. Gary Herbert spoke at a luncheon at Dixie State College on June 10. Among other topics, Herbert spoke about the economy, China’s continuing rise to ...
June 9, 2011, 11 Comments
SANTA CLARA – Bank of America foreclosed on a Santa Clara woman’s home, despite her doing everything she was instructed to do in order to prevent it. Annette Lake resided ...
May 27, 2011, No comments
ST. GEORGE – Beauty professional Christine Hansen is passionate about helping women look their best. Hansen owns Beauty-N-Brows Studio in St. George, where she does makeup, wardrobe, and color consultations ...
May 11, 2011, No comments
ST. GEORGE – Small businesses are experiencing a notable increase in unemployment insurance rates. This increase is making some small business owners contemplate whether to stay in business. John Staples, ...
March 19, 2011, No comments
ST. GEORGE – Mad Pita Express, a new restaurant in St. George, offers diners unique food and a comfortably casual atmosphere. “In a nutshell, our food is Mediterranean,” Josh Larson, ...
March 17, 2011, 54 Comments
ST. GEORGE – An Ivins man says he received a counterfeit $100 bill from Chase Bank. Kipp Hagaman has camped out since Tuesday on the street corner in front of ...
January 6, 2011, No comments
WASHINGTON CITY – A Toyota Tundra traveling southbound on 3050 South in Washington City struck a sedan turning out of the Albertsons parking lot. According to Dennis Bailey, Division Chief of ...
December 22, 2010, No comments
WASHINGTON COUNTY – The Trees Ranch dam is holding and will not break, according to experts who examined the dam today. “Water coming through the drains on the dam is clear, ...
November 7, 2010, No comments
ST. GEORGE – A man with one leg finished walking from Salt Lake City to St. George on crutches. Steve Wahlquist, a resident of Cedar Hills, arrived in St. George today ...
October 18, 2010, No comments
ST. GEORGE – An alternative form of therapy used by Fortune 500 companies and celebrities is available in St. George. Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Equine Assisted Learning are therapeutic processes that ...
October 17, 2010, No comments
WASHINGTON CITY – A tractor-trailer filled with hay bales fell on its side while exiting Interstate 15 at the Green Springs Drive exit just before 7 p.m. on Oct. 16. Brant ...
October 8, 2010, No comments
ST. GEORGE – Though she passed away two decades ago, the spirit of Roene DiFiore lives on through her music. The Dixie State College Concert Choir and Chamber Singers will perform ...
October 1, 2010, No comments
ST. GEORGE – Dixie State College of Utah is ready to kick off its 100th annual Homecoming events next week. While the college will hold many events throughout the week, ...
September 23, 2010, No comments
SALT LAKE CITY – A man with one leg is walking from Salt Lake City to St. George on crutches. Steve Wahlquist, a resident of Cedar Hills, Utah, began his ...
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- Public invited to Kayenta Center for the Arts groundbreaking May 24, 2013
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- Don’t let that longboard ride be your last; helmets save lives May 24, 2013
- Two dead, eight injured after RV veers off I-15 and into townhome complex May 24, 2013
- Southern Utah Veterans Home dedicated with full honors; STGnews Videocast and Photo Gallery May 23, 2013
- Hometown friendly, state-of-the-art, Stapley Family Pharmacy May 23, 2013
- St. George man arrested for aggravated kidnapping, assault in domestic violence incident May 23, 2013
- HintonBurdick accountant called as new LDS mission president May 23, 2013
- Habitat for Humanity calls upon community to aid Texas, Oklahoma tornado victims May 23, 2013