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Civil Air Patrol cadets to honor vets
Members of the Civil Air Patrol youth cadets will honor the sacrifices of U.S. military service personnel in preserving the nation's freedoms Saturday during a wreath-laying ceremony at two Washington County cemeteries.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
All arrest information is taken from the jail booking log and police reports. St. George Police Department * Robert S. Lieurance, 80, 4431 South Laurel Green Drive, St. George, was arrested Tuesday on a warrant.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Deep freeze sets records in St. George
Record-low temperatures on the heels of heavy snowfall kept Southern Utah in a deep freeze Monday.
Water district threatened with lawsuit over endangered species
A fight over the health of two endangered Virgin River fish species could end up in court, as two advocacy groups threatened Monday to sue Washington County Water Conservancy District.
Miss something? Southern Utah week in review
Whether you were out of town, too busy working, or just missed it, the news continued to flow last week.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
* The City Council meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the council chambers, 375 S. 200 East.
Rare snowstorm traps I-15 motorists overnight on Arizona Strip
Commuters drive near the University of Utah in a snow storm Thursday, Jan. 10, 2013.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Southern Utah honors Pearl Harbor vets
The event was attended by approximately 200 people. It began with the posting of the flags by the American Legion SunRiver Post 142, and was followed by performances of "The Star Spangled Banner" and "America the Beautiful" by Sheri Peterson and Ann Bruun.
Dixie gets rare heavy snowfall
Saturday's weather may have been a rare bit of fun or a chilly annoyance, depending on whether your snowfall gauge is half full or half empty.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
School district faces transportation issues
Dealing with unusual winter weather driving in Washington County this week is the least of the troubles for the Washington County School District Transportation Department.
Current system allows small number to elect candidates
Former Utah Rep. David Clark, R-Santa Clara, and I shook hands and agreed on something last week.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
DSU Confederate statue still in storage
One year later, a Confederate statue that gained national attention after its removal from Dixie State University's campus remains in storage.
Washington County's Pearl Harbor veterans to be honored
The three remaining members of the contingent of 43 Washington County veterans who survived the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor will be honored at the annual Pearl Harbor Survivors Ceremony on Saturday.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Primaries would include more Utah voices
Washington County Republican vice chair Willie Billings and I agree on a lot of things.
Double murder suspect's competency debated
A Washington City resident accused of killing his wife and stepson before unsuccessfully attempting to kill himself appeared Wednesday in 5th District Court amid arguments over whether he should be found mentally competent for trial.
But it appears that we still have thousands of Utah residents who don't think it's important to wear their seat belts.
Salt Lake City Weekly
Wasn't it so thoughtful of those LDS missionaries at the Missionary Training Center to make 350,000 meals for hungry children? And surely there were others - Pamela Atkinson, the Salvation Army and so on - who also made this one day of the whole year a time to, well, eat.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Control growth, increase conservation
The folks there are so determined to get their pipeline installed that they are willing to publish volumes of newsletters and newspaper ads to achieve that goal.
It's not because county officials suddenly have an urge to fill up the landfill or because the environment is suddenly being tossed aside.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Washington City kicks off Christmas season
With a desire to celebrate the holiday season, Washington City residents turned out to Veterans Park to witness the annual Christmas in Dixie tree-lighting ceremony.