9 hrs ago
Woman pinned in rollover accident near Parowan
On Friday at about 4:40 p.m., a Ford Expedition was going south in the left lane of 1-15 near mile marker 80 when the left rear tire blew out, the Utah Highway Patrol reported in a written statement.
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10 hrs ago
Juveniles arrested after more burglaries
Police have arrested two 17-year-old male juveniles after a third rash of vehicle burglaries that started just since the beginning of this year.
Salt Lake Tribune
DOT: Fresh mountain snow prompts travel caution
Fresh rounds of mountain snow expected late Thursday prompted the Utah Department of Transportation to caution drivers traveling through northern Utah's passes.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Science, math in spotlight at academy
Elementary school principals, along with officials from the Utah State Office of Education, came Thursday to Cedar City from throughout the state to visit North Elementary School and Southern Utah University during the Elementary Principals' Math and Science Leadership Academy.
Salt Lake Tribune
Pineapple Express doused northern Utah in February
While it sounds like an exotic drink, the only ingredient of the Pineapple Express is water.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Cedar City man bound over on child-sex abuse charges
A 5th District Court judge ordered a 52-year-old Cedar City man bound over for arraignment Wednesday on two felony charges of sexual abuse of a child.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
The Grand Junction Sentinel
Lake Powell ready for another season
Brett Hepworth and his family from Cedar City, Utah, capped their President's Day weekend trip with a seven-pound striper from Wahweap Bay.
The cost is free. * Cedar City Music Arts 85th Virtuoso Season is at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Heritage Center, 105 N. 100 East.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Construction on I-15 southern interchange begins
CEDAR CITY The Utah Department of Transportation is advising motorists to be careful as construction of Cedar City's new southern interchange on Interstate-15 off of Exit 57 begins this week.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Help welcome a hero today
I always feel a deep gratitude and admiration for the courageous men and women who leave the comforts of home in the United States behind to go overseas to fight for the freedoms we too often take for granted.
Cedar City Police investigate rash of broken windows
Cedar City Police had a busy Sunday responding to calls about shooting incidents in which suspects using a BB gun broke windows in several vehicles and homes throughout the town.
Arts council re-invents itself
The Cedar City Arts Council, which has been known for its art festivals in conjunction with Groovefest and the Utah Shakespeare Festival, has turned a corner in its approach to promoting the arts in the Iron County area.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Expo nurtures women's business sense, self-worth
Striving to empower women by teaching them life skills and introducing them to local businesses, the Cedar City Chamber of Commerce's Women in Business group hosted its annual Women's Expo Saturday afternoon.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Ash Wednesday kicks off Lenten season
Each year when Jill Luttrell steps forward to receive the mark of ash on her forehead during the celebration of Ash Wednesday, she is grateful for the opportunity to refocus her life and feel a sense of unity with the people of the Bible who clothed themselves in sackcloth and ashes when they needed to repent.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Longtime public works director retiring
Larry Bulloch, whose 35-year career as St. George's public works director covered more than 300 projects and the planning for most of the city's infrastructure, is retiring this week.
Cedar man collects family aviation history in home museum
When you grow up with Charles Lindbergh as a family friend, it's easy for aviation to become a hobby.
Salt Lake Tribune
UHP says southern Utah crash due to medical issue
The Utah Highway Patrol says it appears a 49-year-old man suffered a medical event, possibly a heart attack, and died while trying to drive himself to a Cedar City hospital.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Cedar City group still dreaming of dog park
After nearly two years and several meetings with public officials about a local dog park, the Friends of Festival Country K-9s is continuing to jump through hoops to get a location.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Commission approves solar project ordinance
A new solar project is one step closer to becoming a reality after the Iron County Commission passed a new ordinance Monday.
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