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L-R: Evan Jenkins and Sonny Cheser in Pro Auto Care shop, St. George, Utah, July 2, 2015 | Photo by Sheldon Demke, St. George News

Mediating between car and owner; 2 guys, 50 years pro care experience 

ST. GEORGE — Having to deal with car repairs can quickly become a nuisance. At times, it is difficult to differentiate between what is needed for your car repair and what isn’t when dealing with repair shops. The technicians at Pro Auto Care pride themselves in the honest way they do business. Independently owned and operated by Evan […]

2016 presidential race

On the EDge: Will 2016 be most historic presidential race? 

OPINION – Looking at the list of hopefuls who have announced their intention to run for the presidency in 2016, I don’t think any one of them, from either side, will emerge as the winner. The next president is still out there somewhere, undeclared, I think. The early money, of course, pinned it down to […]


Perspectives: Fearmongering; the difference between patriots, nationalists 

OPINION – If there is one good thing to be said about fear, it’s that it is a powerful and effective uniter. Unfortunately, it is almost always used to manipulate the masses for irrational ends. Two current examples of this include the hysterical hand-wringing over the potential softening of relations between equally hard-line U.S. and […]

Children show their completed work at Dayspring Montessori, Washington City, Utah, date not specified | Photo courtesy of Dayspring Montessori, St. George News

Dayspring Montessori; teaching unstoppable learners 

ST. GEORGE — Founded on the educational beliefs put forth over 100 years ago by Dr. Maria Montessori, Dayspring Montessori has been an early education staple in St. George for nearly 20 years. Now located in the Dixie Montessori Academy building, 1160 N. 645 W. in Washington City, the private preschool, pre-K and Kindergarten Montessori is accepting […]

No Filter Show

No Filter: 60 

FEATURE — Here it is, the big six-o of the “No Filter Show” with co-hosts Paul Ford and Grady Sinclair strolling, crawling, climbing and zipping down memory lane.  Join us for a retrospective of Paul and Grady’s quest to find the ruby, the jewel, yea the inimitable gems of Utah’s Dixie. play   above Related Posts Click here to see […]

"Charley's Aunt," Randall L. Jones Theatre, Cedar City, Utah, circa 2015 | Photo courtesy of Utah Shakespeare Festival, St. George News

Review: ‘Charley’s Aunt’ a barrel of laughs 

CEDAR CITY – The lively spirit in the Randall L. Jones Theatre sets the mood for a fun-filled night, brimming with quick-witted slapstick foolery that keeps patrons in stitches for more than two hours, as “Charley’s Aunt” comes to life on the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s stage. The set (Jack Magaw) of the three-act farce is decked out […]


TGIF Show: Your weekend event guide 

SOUTHERN UTAH — The weekend is almost here again! If you’re looking for something fun to do, take advantage of our snapshot of Southern Utah events and activities to enjoy with family and friends, and keep the fun going all weekend long. See TGIF Show Co-hosts Sheldon and Hollie talk about their picks for the weekend: Click play  above And then […]

friendship repair

Relationship Connection: How do I fix a broken friendship? 

Question I have a friend who hurt me a year ago and we’ve been superficial with each other since then. I don’t know how to make things the way they used to be. We still talk at times and I can tell that she feels bad for what she did (she works hard to be […]


On the EDge: Is it over for Trump? 

OPINION – Donald Trump insults an entire race of people and his popularity increases. He insults one old, white man, and his bid for the presidential nomination is on the rocks. What does this say about racism in the United States? Trump fired a low-trajectory volley of ignorance when, in announcing his intention to seek […]

Image composite including graphics and photo of Darryl Worley from Western Freedom Festival Facebook page, St. George News

Perspectives: The Western Freedom Festival, why heritage matters 

OPINION – When Pioneer Day is celebrated across state this coming Friday, it will be honoring the heritage of those who settled the Utah territory nearly 160 years ago. Anyone who gets the day off or enjoys parades, festivities and fireworks can find a reason to appreciate the July 24th holiday. Meanwhile, skeptics who sourly […]

Grady Sinclair and Paul Ford, Washington County Fairgrounds, July 15, 2015 | Photo by Dan Fowlks, St. George News

No Filter: Bucking broncos with Dixie’s teenage cowboys 

HURRICANE — Top-notch cowboys gathered at Washington County Regional Park in Hurricane, the county’s fairgrounds, Wednesday to practice their bareback riding skills – something they regularly do, but this particular Wednesday they were met with the extraordinary challenge of steering “No Filter Show” co-hosts Paul Ford and Grady Sinclair toward a longtime goal: To grow up to be … C o W b o […]


Dixie’s Adopt-a-Paws: One More Chance C.A.T.S., Freddy, Foxy Lady, 7 cute kittens 

FEATURE — In this third installment of St. George News’ own “Dixie’s Adopt-a-Paws,” Liz Baxter heads off to One More Chance C.A.T.S rescue center, where she spends some quality time with cute critters and talks with Kris Neal, the center’s founder. This week, we introduce you to 2-year-old Freddy, an adorable kitten with three legs […]

A two-tiered pool area with hot tubs and water slides provide the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate after a long day of adventuring at Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort, Utah, July 11, 2015 | Photo by Hollie Reina, St. George News

Explore: Dive in to summer vacation at Zion Ponderosa 

SOUTHERN UTAH — On the outskirts of Zion National Park in a setting both rustic and wondrous lies a 4,000-acre ranch resort where high adventure awaits; so why not dive in? The day starts at dawn as the sun crests the eastern hills and lights up the property. The sounds of people rising from their tents […]

Teamsters logo | Image courtesy of Spencer Hogue, St. George News

Letter to the Editor: Teamsters officer responds to Urquhart statements about Gold Cross 

OPINION — My name is Spencer Hogue and I work for the Teamsters. I would like to respond to some of the points that Senator Steve Urquhart discussed in his letter to the editor about Gold Cross in St. George. First, I would like to point out that the senator is currently an attorney for Gold Cross. […]

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Relationship Connection: My husband moved out, won’t talk to me; how long do I wait? 

Question My husband moved out six months ago for a “break/space” and all the time has been giving false hopes. Before he moved out, he said that he might be making the biggest mistake of his life and he didn’t know if he wanted to throw away 17 years or if it is how he […]

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