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Cedar City Council members weren't happy Wednesday night when city engineer Kit Wareham delivered a message from the Utah Department of Transportation asking the city to find ways to scale back on the Southern Interchange Project off Interstate 15. Wareham told council members UDOT was in the final stages of planning for the project and running in ... (more)
Partnership between three Iron County organizations has resulted in an outpouring of generosity in the form of a holiday assistance program aimed at helping people in the area who are struggling financially.
Preliminary hearings in two 5th District Court cases were continued Wednesday when the attorney in both cases asked for additional time.
Performances of "A Christmas Carol on the Air," by the Southern Utah University Department of Theatre Arts and Dance, scheduled to run in St. George on Friday and Saturday, have been canceled because of the uncommonly cold weather the area has been experiencing.
A 5th District Court judge Tuesday ordered a three-day jury trial be scheduled for James Alan Reynolds after the 55-year-old Enoch man pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted homicide.
A 5th District Court judge ordered a presentence investigation for a 34-year-old Cedar City man who pleaded guilty Tuesday to a third-degree felony.
Chili's will be donating 10 percent of each food bill to Dixie Care and Share when the patron mentions Dixie Care and Share to their host.
With snow expected to fall across most of the state beginning Saturday morning, the St. George area will likely see its second dose of winter wonderland this week while another heavy snowfall is predicted for Cedar City.
Children in Tiffani Armstong's first-grade class from East Elementary School gathered around a bare Christmas tree Thursday in the lobby of Zions Bank and decorated it with their own handmade ornaments.
Former Cedar City resident Haylee Cheek has asked a 5th District Court judge to grant her an early release from prison, pending the outcome of an appeal in her case.
By now, you have probably heard of Linda Walther Tirado, aka "Killer Martinis," the Gawker commenter gone viral for her first-person "poverty thoughts."