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Assortment of donuts served at Fractured Prune, location not specified, date not specified | Photo courtesy of Fractured Prune, St. George News

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OPINION – Raise your hand if you love donuts. Raise both hands if your mouth is officially watering already. I know I’m not the only one currently waving my arms in the air. I mean, let’s be real – this delicacy is love at first bite. Especially when we’re talking cake donuts at Fractured Prune. Although this […]

St. George Dance Company members gear up for their Halloween Spooktacular, date and location not specified | Photo by Greg Mauger, P&G Photography, St. George News

St. George Dance Company, Southwest Symphony team up for ‘Halloween Spooktacular’ 

ST. GEORGE – The St. George Dance Company will perform in collaboration with Southwest Symphony in their Halloween Spooktacular Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Dixie State University Cox Auditorium. The theme is “Movie Monsters,” and concertgoers are invited, but not required, to wear their favorite costume. St. George Dance Company will perform to four of the […]

Pumpkins are provided for kids to paint at the "Spooktacular" fundraiser for Kony Country's Coins for Kids, St. George, Utah, Oct. 29, 2014 | Photo by Hollie Reina, St. George News

Ghosts, ghouls, games for ‘spooktacular’ cause; STGnews Photo Gallery 

ST. GEORGE – It was all candy, costumes and coins on Wednesday evening at Red Cliffs Health and Rehab as the nursing facility and home hosted its third annual “Spooktacular” fundraiser aimed at raising money to support Kony Country’s Coins for Kids. The Halloween-themed night invited guests of all ages to break out their costumes, […]

Peering down the hallway at the Overland Hotel & Saloon, 662 Main Street in Pioche, Nevada, Oct. 29, 2014 | Photo by Aspen Stoddard, St. George News

Explore: Hauntings at Overland Hotel & Saloon in Pioche 

PIOCHE, Nevada — Situated on the outskirts of desert nothingness, on the southeastern border of Nevada, where vultures and ravens skim the sky above dilapidated buildings, Pioche exists as a living ghost town. Among its numerous historic structures — many of which were built in the late 1800s — stands the Overland Hotel & Saloon where many […]

Michael Stathis (left), a professor of Political Science at SUU, speaks on the history of ISIS while Ingela Rundquist (center) and Madelyn Crookston look on at the lecture at SUU, Cedar City, Utah, Oct. 28, 2014 | Photo by Devan Chavez, St. George News

Speakers highlight conflict with ISIS, Islam’s portrayal in the media 

CEDAR CITY — Southern Utah University students and community members gathered in the Sterling R. Church Auditorium Tuesday night for a discussion titled “ISIS and the Media’s Portrayal of the Islamic Religion” hosted by the Southern Utah Democrats. Two speakers were featured at the event: Michael Stathis, a professor of political science at SUU, and […]

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Frightening fun Halloween activity guide 

SOUTHERN UTAH – It’s that time of the year again when ghouls and monsters take to the streets in search of delicious treats. Put the finishing touches on your costumes, Halloween weekend is finally upon us, and it’s time to hit the town. With Halloween just around the corner, we’ve compiled a list of citywide […]

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Search, Rescue team finds lost mountain biker on Little Creek Mountain trail 

WASHINGTON COUNTY — A 43-year-old Arizona man was found almost three hours after he called for help when the frame of his bike broke while mountain biking on the Little Creek Mountain trail, about 18 miles east of Hurricane, Tuesday evening. At 5:10 p.m., a man, who went mountain biking and expected to be back before dark, […]

KCSG awards a prize they donated for the United Way Dixie Ball Drop, L to R: KCSG Marketing Director Splendor Sargent, prize winner Ken LeFevre and his  wife, Debbie, and United Way Dixie Executive Director Rebekah Pectol, St. George, Utah, Oct. 28, 2014 | Photo by Holly Coombs, St. George News

KCSG gives away $6,000 pool table to United Way Dixie Ball Drop prize winner 

ST. GEORGE — A St. George man won a $6,000 pool table donated by KCSG Television for the United Way Dixie Ball Drop Prize Giveaway on Oct. 24. Ken LeFevre picked up his pool table Tuesday afternoon, which he won by donating $20 in exchange for five balls to participate in the ball drop event. The United […]

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Bipartisan senators playing ‘Rival Survivor’ on TV inspire ‘Save the Colorado River’ bingo game 

COLORADO RIVER — The Discovery Channel will air the “Rival Survivor” episode on Wednesday, starring two opposing U.S. Senators, Jeff Flake, a Republican from Arizona, and Martin Heinrich, a Democrat from New Mexico. The show highlights how the Senators worked together to meet their basic needs on a deserted island and is providing a bit of a […]

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Company recalls various baby wipes, bacterial contamination 

ST. GEORGE – A Pennsylvania company, Nutek Disposables Inc., that makes and distributes baby wipes under several brand names and via several retailers including internet sales, has issued a nationwide voluntary product recall of all lots of baby wipes that it manufactured under the brand names Cuties, Diapers.com, Femtex, Fred’s, Kidgets, Member’s Mark, Simply Right, Sunny Smiles, […]

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‘Spooktacular’ summons ghouls of all ages, helps Coins for Kids; carnival, parade 

ST. GEORGE—For thrilling fun that benefits Kony Country Coins for Kids, the Spooktacular on Wednesday is the place to be. “It is a Halloween event, full of fun games, prizes and more,” said Hayley Pearson, community relations coordinator. “We love to see all the support from the community, also all of the cute kids in […]

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So. Utah Democrats present lecture on ISIS, media’s portrayal of Islamic Religion 

CEDAR CITY — The Southern Utah Democrats are hosting a lecture titled “ISIS and the Media’s Portrayal of the Islamic Religion” to be led by Michael Stathis, a professor of political science on Tuesday at Southern Utah University. ISIS, also known as the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant and Islamic State, rules through […]

Staheli Family Farm: Final week, fall festivities; Bash Out Cancer, smashing pumpkins 

WASHINGTON — Staheli Family Farm has been a prized part of the community for more than five decades. Providing sought after fall festivities throughout the month of October like their winding corn maze, colorful pumpkin patch, and their spooky Field of Screams – still open for enjoyment all week – culminating in its “Bash Out […]

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Nonprofit’s sneak peek of workshop: Our water, our future 

ST. GEORGE –  A water sustainability workshop led by water expert Tom Ash and presented by Citizens for Dixie’s Future, a local nonprofit organization, and the popular clothing company, Patagonia, will be held Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Entrada, 2537 West Entrada Trail, in St George, for all county water managers, elected city officials, county […]

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Christian Contemporary concert benefits Dixie Care and Share 

ST. GEORGE – Contemporary Christian music artists Adam Capp, Dove Award winner and Grammy nominee Jeremy Camp, and the group Kutless performed to a sold-out crowd Sunday night at Dixie State University’s Cox Auditorium. The concert kicked off the Jeremy Camp Come Alive Tour 2014, and all three music artists had a central theme throughout the night […]

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