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General Mills recalls Cheerios products manufactured on 17 different days 

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – General Mills Inc. announced Monday that Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios cereal products that were produced at the company’s Lodi, California, facility on certain dates in July are being recalled due to an undeclared allergen that has potential adverse health effects. Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios produced over several days at the Lodi […]

Ribbon-cutting at the grand opening of the BRIO active adult community, Washington City, Utah, Oct. 2, 2015 | Photo courtesy of Sorenson Advertising, St. George News

New 190-acre development beckons active adults to Washington City 

WASHINGTON CITY – A new active adult community in the Green Springs area is anticipated to draw newcomers to Washington City as well as aid in attracting continued economic growth. Spanning over 190 acres, the BRIO active adult community held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting Friday morning. Attending the event were representatives from project developer Jack […]


Dixie’s Adopt-A-Paws: Groomer Girl 

FEATURE – To start off October Dixie’s Adopt-A-Paws visited Jade Braithwaite the Groomer Girl, who recently relocated to St. George from Salt Lake City to offer mobile pet grooming services. Braithwaite has always had a passion for working with animals, she said. After 12 years at a corporate job, she decided to follow her dreams and […]

The Granary, a French restaurant in Santa Clara, is in the process of getting what is believed to be the city's first restaurant liquor license, Santa Clara, Utah, Sept. 18, 2015 | Photo by Julie Applegate, St. George News

City approves liquor license for café in historic Mormon granary 

SANTA CLARA — A French restaurant located in the historic and now restored Granary in downtown Santa Clara has received an OK from the City Council to seek what is believed to be the city’s first restaurant liquor license. The restaurant opened in January, and owners Wayne Johnson and his wife, Patricia Nevot Johnson, want to sell […]

Nicole Javanna Johnson broadcasts live from the back of her BMW Mini Cooper as the host of M.O.V.E. RADIO, location and date unspecified | Photo courtesy of M.O.V.E. RADIO, St. George News

Black Bear Diner hosts first ‘Midnight Madness’ event 

ST. GEORGE — In an effort to raise funds for service organizations and Dixie State University clubs in St George, Javanna Productions M.O.V.E. is partnering with Black Bear Diner to host the first of many “Midnight Madness” events Friday. On the last Friday of each month, members of the community are invited to visit Black […]

Soda vendors Swig and Sodalicious are currently involved in a trademark infringement lawsuit | Swig and Sodalicious images courtesy of Swig and Sodalicious Facebook pages, St. George News

Soda wars: 2 Utah businesses get down, dirty over alleged trademark infringement 

ST. GEORGE — A lawsuit is ongoing between two Utah-based companies over treats, bubbles, signage, cups and use of the word “dirty.” St. George-based soda specialist Swig Holdings LLC filed suit in April against the Provo-based Sodalicious Inc., alleging that Sodalicious has copied Swig’s business model and design elements and is unlawfully using Swig’s trademarked use […]


Grand reunion, grand opening: Justin Osmond returns for Precision Hearing open house 

ST. GEORGE — Grand meets grand Tuesday as Precision Hearing of St. George celebrates the grand opening of its new location at 321 W. Tabernacle St. combined with a grand reunion of its special guest and friend Justin Osmond meeting with the child benefactors of his Run for Hearing that culminated in St. George in May. The grand event happens […]

"Hotel Impossible" host Anthony Melchiorri briefs a group of volunteers who are eager to help renovate the Stratford Court Hotel, Cedar City, Utah, March 2015 | Photo courtesy of Travel Channel, St. George News

Cedar City shows ‘Hotel Impossible’ what community is all about; sneak peek 

CEDAR CITY — The people of Cedar City showed TV series Host Anthony Melchiorri of “Hotel Impossible” that big things are possible when a community comes together. The fruit of their combined efforts to renovate the Stratford Court Hotel in historic downtown Cedar City in March will be revealed to the show’s millions of viewers Tuesday night when the Travel […]

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A-List: Redstone Olive Oil 101 

OPINION — You guys. Taste testing olive oil is a thing. And there’s a store in St. George that does just that. It’s called Redstone Olive Oil and it’s tucked away inside the outlets on Red Cliffs Drive. Let me make something very clear: I love making grocery lists, but I rarely find time to actually cross the […]

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IRS reminds corporations, partnerships of Sept. 15 filing extension due date 

PHOENIX — The Internal Revenue Service Friday reminded corporations and partnerships that took extensions to file their income tax returns by the Sept. 15 deadline, which applies to any business whose fiscal year is also the calendar year. The IRS continues to see strong growth in corporations and partnerships shifting from paper returns to e-file. As […]

Exterior of a Dollar General store, date and location not specified | Photo courtesy of Dollar General, St. George News

Short Creek’s 1st dollar store breaks ground on recently auctioned FLDS land 

COLORADO CITY, Ariz. – A formerly vacant Colorado City, Arizona, property, recently auctioned off by the United Effort Plan Trust, will soon house the very first national dollar store chain to ever take up residence in the predominantly polygamist community. Slated to open in spring 2016, a new Dollar General is currently under construction at […]

Travel blog and shopping site International Gypsy holds its first flash sale next month from Morocco. | Photo courtesy of International Gypsy, St. George News

New website, blog lets you shop the world in real-time 

ST. GEORGE – The adventure of travel and the chance to explore the hidden corners of foreign bazaars is the focus of one of Southern Utah’s newest business ventures. The International Gypsy website offers visitors the chance to experience exotic destinations and bring home a souvenir, all without ever leaving home. The travel blog and shopping […]

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Huntsman, others comment on GOP candidate positions on US-China relations 

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — If there was ever a week for the Republican presidential candidates to talk tough on China, this was it. Spurred by the stock market’s wild ride, they lashed out at the world’s most populous nation. Wisconsin’s Scott Walker demanded that President Barack Obama cancel an upcoming state visit with Chinese President Xi […]


Adopt-A-Paws: Boutique special 

FEATURE – This week on Adopt-A-Paws we took a quick look at the PAWSitively Unique Boutique thrift store on the corner of St. George Boulevard and Bluff Street in St. George. PAWSitively volunteer Carolyn Reynolds, an England-native, said the entire store is nonprofit and run solely by volunteers. The purpose of this special thrift store at 490 W. […]

The Muddy Bees Bakery, now open in Hurricane, offers sweet baked goods along with local honey, bees and beekeeping equipment and instruction, Hurricane, Utah, Aug. 24, 2015 | Photo by Julie Applegate, St. George News

Business buzz: Muddy Bees Bakery for sweets, honey, all things beekeeping 

HURRICANE – There’s a new bakery in town, and it comes with a little something different – a touch of honey. Muddy Bees Bakery recently opened its doors at 525 W. State Street in Hurricane, offering all things sweet, local and edible, as well as supplies and instruction for wannabe beekeepers. The bakery is owned […]


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