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"No Filter Show" Co-host Grady Sinclair, inside the Tonaquint Data Center, April 2015 | Photos by Dan Fowlks, composite by St. George News

No Filter: What lies inside Tonaquint Data Center? 

ST. GEORGE – Tonaquint Data Center. You may know of it, you have likely passed it one hundred times if not thousands if you live in St. George. It’s the strong silent type of facility, you might say, a colocation center specializing in data recover. It stores a lot of information and a cloud, or maybe two. Sound […]

Night paddle-boarding at Quail Creek Reservoir, April 29, 2015 | Photo by Clay Hunter, St. George News.

A-List: LED paddleboard, hammock tent rentals; giveaway 

OPINION — Have you ever slept under the stars in a hammock tent that hangs over the water that is only accessible by stand-up paddleboards that have LED lighting on them? No? Well you should. Like, now. And luckily, there’s a way you can experience it right here in Southern Utah. Paddle with Ali & friends! Click the […]

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No Filter: Finding the Flintstone House on the ultimate UTV Adventure Tour 

ADVERTORIAL / WASHINGTON – The “No Filter” guys are nothin’ if not rarin’ to go on a new adventure. So it’s no surprise that they hopped into an Arctic Cat Wildcat side-by-side for a UTV Adventure Tour. What surprised them, though, was what UTV Adventure Tours showed them – up, down and over Sand Mountain to places dinosaurs walked and Fred and Wilma rocked. Roll ‘em | […]

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Letter to the Editor: Washington County public schools are alive, well 

OPINION – Public education in the State of Utah and primarily in Washington County is alive and well.  The future of America is in our classrooms right now.  Our schools are based on best practices, community engagement, and the use of highly qualified teachers in the classrooms. As a member of the Washington County School Board, […]

The Space Between Theatre Company's "Romeo and Juliet" at the Roene B. DiFiore Center for Arts and Education, St. George, Utah, April 27, 2015 | Photo by Kathleen Baber, St. George News

Review: Innovative ‘Romeo and Juliet’ is interactive theater as you’ve never seen it 

REVIEW – The Space Between Theatre Company, one of the most visionary theater groups to emerge in Southern Utah, carries on Dixie’s long-held tradition of great theater with an innovative and highly energetic rendition of Shakespeare’s beloved “Romeo and Juliet.” The show is being performed April 30-May 9 at the Roene B. DiFiore Center for Arts and Education in […]

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Relationship Connection: My husband doesn’t share my beliefs anymore 

Question My husband and I have been married for about seven years. A year and a half ago he told me that for several years he had quit believing in God and our church. He told me there was no way to know the truth of anything. It shocked me. I felt like an earthquake had […]

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Movie Monday: The Force is strong at CinemaCon 

ST. GEORGE – It is “Movie Monday” with St. George News Co-hosts Sheldon Demke and Peter Gunn. This week, the guys bring a report from CinemaCon, where they got sneak peeks at some of 2015’s most hotly anticipated films and got to be in the same room with some of Hollywood’s heaviest hitters. They hit Las Vegas last week […]

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On the EDge: Still no justice for FLDS kids 

OPINION — The children continue to get the worst of it in the polygamous fundamentalist Mormon community on the Utah-Arizona state line. We’ve known this, unfortunately, for a while; however, the point was driven home again last week in paperwork filed with the 5th District Juvenile Court in St. George by Charlene Wall Jeffs. Jeffs, […]

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Bleeding Red: Spring football provided precious little info for Utah fans 

Spring has just sprung, but now football is done The fat lady’s sung, and the white team won We will just have to wait until next fall To see which QB is behind the ball COMMENTARY — Utah played its annual Red-White game last Saturday. To call it inconsequential would be a huge understatement. While […]

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Perspectives: What Christians can learn from libertarians 

OPINION – It’s a shame they didn’t listen. Plenty of sincere voices were sounding the warning. For the common good, Christians and social conservatives have long been calling for the state to become more involved in personal decisions with which they disagree. They’ve advocated turning vices like substance abuse, gambling, and certain sexual behaviors between […]

L-R: Co-host Grady Sinclair, Arbor Tech owner and arborist Mark Hodges, Co-host Paul Ford, visit landscape architect John Costanza's palm tree tiki off Foremaster North in St. George, Utah, April 24, 2015 | Photo by Dan Fowlks, St. George News

No Filter: In search of special trees in Dixie 

ST. GEORGE –  Wednesday was Earth Day, Friday was National Arbor Day, communities held celebrations, people planted trees and “No Filter Show” Co-Hosts Paul Ford and Grady Sinclair went for a swing about the urban forest in Utah’s Dixie. Onetime St. George City Forester and all around tree know-it-all guy Mark Hodges introduced the boys to what might be the […]

L-R: "No Filter Show" Co-host Paul Ford, with St. George News photographer and contributor John Teas, and Co-host Grady Sinclair, at the aviation arrow that sits atop a bluff over the Bloomington area of St. George, Utah, April 21, 2015 | Photo by Dan Fowlks, St. George News

No Filter: Historic aviation arrows land So. Utah in National Geographic 

ST. GEORGE – Three Southern Utah landmarks dating back to the 1920s are grounded in American aviation history. In Episode 39 of the “No Filter Show,” Co-hosts Paul Ford and Grady Sinclair head out to one of them – a large concrete arrow on the bluff overlooking the Bloomington area of St. George. The function of this arrow, and others […]

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Relationship Connection: How do I best help my depressed neighbor? 

Question I have a neighbor who is a young man in his early 20s. He lives with his mother and siblings. His father isn’t a part of his life and, as a result, his mother is overwhelmed trying to meet everyone’s needs. It seems like this young man has fallen in between the cracks. He […]

Owner / Trainer Cade Cowdin lifting at Official Strength and Fitness, St. George, Utah, March 27, 2015 | Photo by  Alyssa Ence, St. George News

Train like an athlete; achieving peak performance; STGnews Videocast 

ADVERTORIAL / ST. GEORGE — Athletes and individuals seeking to achieve peak performance require individualized training designed around improving their personal abilities. NFL prospect and owner Cade Cowdin has trained over 100 prospective athletes and numerous major collegiate athletes. Before becoming the starting linebacker for the two-time champion Southern California Coyotes, the St. George native played for Dixie High School. […]

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On the EDge: Time for Gov. Herbert to just say ‘no’ to Energy Solutions 

OPINION – We mourn the deaths of 2,395 Americans killed in the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7 1941, but that was only the third worst attack on American soil. We mourn the loss of 2,966 Americans killed in the attack on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and in a rural Pennsylvanian […]

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