State Government

‘Little room for error’: Legislators highlight pending water bills, ...

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St George News

‘A great benefit’: St. George Regional Airport offers more than vend ...

Jan 29th, 2023
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Local Government

Despite recent rainstorms, deciphering impacts to Washington County reservoir le ...

Jan 27th, 2023
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Accident/Arrest

St. George Police charge 2 pedestrians hit by car on Main Street with unlawful c ...

Jan 26th, 2023
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Local Government

Search and rescue calls spiked in Washington County during height of pandemic. H ...

Jan 25th, 2023
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St George News

St. George City Council tables proposals for free speech zones, rules of conduct ...

Jan 20th, 2023
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Local Government

‘I am excited’: Council names Willis new St. George city manager

Jan 19th, 2023
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State Government

Utah lawmaker proposes creation of optional background check process for private ...

Jan 19th, 2023
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Advisory

Roadwork on Dixie Drive expected to last up to 2 months

Jan 18th, 2023
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Auto Accident

Driver taken to hospital following left-turn collision on Red Hills Parkway

Jan 17th, 2023
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Local Government

St. George City Council hears proposal to adopt ‘ethics and civility’ ...

Jan 17th, 2023
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State Government

‘It needs to be stopped’: Local legislators denounce environmental, ...

Jan 16th, 2023
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Local Government

St. George officials consider requiring free speech zones for protesters as part ...

Jan 13th, 2023
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State Government

‘Invest in the future’: Legislators zero in on budget surplus, water ...

Jan 12th, 2023
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St George News

St. George named silver-level bicycle friendly community by national cycling org ...

Jan 7th, 2023
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St George News

Water manager: Recent storms help refill Southern Utah reservoirs, but they need ...

Jan 6th, 2023
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Local Government

Crowds pack St. George City chambers over worry of council dropping support of f ...

Jan 6th, 2023
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Local Government

‘Same since day 1’: Washington County swears in elected officials, m ...

Jan 4th, 2023
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State Government

Electric vehicle road use, consumer protections, fake addresses and other new la ...

Dec 31st, 2022
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Local News

New year means off-road vehicles need license plates, online course required for ...

Dec 30th, 2022
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St George News

Prayer Over the City in St. George returns to usher in new year with supplicatio ...

Dec 29th, 2022
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St George News

UPDATED: Amber Alert canceled after 13-year-old Layton boy found

Dec 27th, 2022
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Local Government

Washington County adopts 2023 budget amid calls for improved public accessibilit ...

Dec 23rd, 2022
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St George News

While supplies last, bricks from Flood Street chapel available to the public fol ...

Dec 22nd, 2022
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Auto Accident

Police: Left turn on St. George Boulevard triggers 4-vehicle collision

Dec 20th, 2022
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Advisory

Increase in travelers, decent weather expected moving into Christmas weekend

Dec 20th, 2022
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Local Government

‘A day of celebration’: Council approves beginnings for St. George M ...

Dec 18th, 2022
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Local Government

‘Not sure what to expect’: Washington County aims for leaner 2023 budget

Dec 15th, 2022
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Local News

St. George, Cedar City prepare for menorah lighting as Hanukkah approaches

Dec 15th, 2022
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Local Government

Water district offers to pay Washington County residents to replace grass, save ...

Dec 13th, 2022
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Local Government

St. George City Council gets preview of proposed town hall set for heart of down ...

Dec 11th, 2022
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Local Government

Washington County takes over upkeep of Sheep Bridge, Smithsonian Butte roads

Dec 8th, 2022
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Local Government

Hurricane Valley Fire District Board votes on proposed property tax hike

Dec 8th, 2022
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St George News

Friends, colleagues share memories following death of former Washington County c ...

Dec 6th, 2022
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St George News

Compensation, additional personnel credited with alleviating search and rescue b ...

Dec 3rd, 2022
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Local Government

‘We’ve been planning it for years’: Washington County water manage ...

Dec 1st, 2022
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Hit-and-run

Suspected hit-and-run sends car spinning across southbound I-15 by Green Springs ...

Nov 28th, 2022
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The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square revises mission to reflect LDS church̵ ...

Nov 26th, 2022
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Local Government

Election integrity concerns linger as County Commission certifies midterm result ...

Nov 25th, 2022
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Advisory

Southern Utah holiday travelers urged to plan ahead, expect delays, be patient

Nov 21st, 2022
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Local Government

‘We call it progress’: Public gets look at proposed designs for 700 ...

Nov 19th, 2022
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Local Government

Hurricane Valley Fire District proposes ‘significant’ property tax increase

Nov 18th, 2022
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St George News

‘It’s a beautiful thing’: Life-size replica of Old Testament t ...

Nov 16th, 2022
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Accident/Arrest

Police arrest alleged ‘plastered’ driver following Red Cliffs Drive ...

Nov 14th, 2022
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Local Government

Solution to St. George ambulance issues proposed by Gold Cross president

Nov 12th, 2022
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Auto Accident

Police say red light runner may have caused Dixie Drive collision

Nov 11th, 2022
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St George News

Midterm election wrap-up: Republicans retain federal, county-level races in Sout ...

Nov 9th, 2022
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Election News

2022 Midterm election results for Iron, Washington counties; Lee, Stewart leadin ...

Nov 8th, 2022
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St George News

UDOT adds public comment period for design of 700 South/I-15 interchange

Nov 8th, 2022
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St George News

ELECTION DAY 2022: Haven’t registered to vote? It’s not too late. Po ...

Nov 7th, 2022
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St George News

‘Not an appropriate thing’: Controversy lingers over summer drag sho ...

Nov 4th, 2022
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Lifestyle

‘Every moment is precious’: St. George Council member shares insight ...

Nov 4th, 2022
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Local Business

City officials discuss potential rules for mobile businesses in St. George

Oct 29th, 2022
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Local Government

St. George city manager leaves job with $625,000 settlement

Oct 27th, 2022
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Local Government

Still need to register to vote? Deadline looms for online registration

Oct 26th, 2022
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