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- Despite stay-at-home order, Ammon Bundy offers Idaho warehouse big enough to hold over 500 for EasterST. GEORGE — Choosing to go against Idaho’s statewide stay-at-home order, Ammon Bundy has offered up his own warehouse in Emmett, Idaho, for a group of church leaders to hold an Easter service Sunday. Bundy, who originally posted the request for a venue Saturday on the Bundy Ranch Facebook page, […]
- ST. GEORGE — A St. George man was charged following an incident Monday involving an alleged theft of beer at a market off Dixie Drive that triggered a scuffle with bystanders and then with police. On Monday afternoon, officers responded to a convenience store on South Valley View Drive on […]
- Zion Eye changes free monthly LASIK contest theme and offers telemedicine to emphasize social distancingCONTRIBUTED CONTENT — Although good habits like coughing into our elbows and frequent hand washing are always effective methods to keep us healthy, most experts say that during the current pandemic, social distancing is the best way to keep the coronavirus at bay. Zachary Cox, administrator at Zion Eye Institute, […]
- ST. GEORGE — Three weeks into the COVID-19 pandemic, St. George Mayor Jon Pike is remaining optimistic and said that despite many closures, the city’s economic health is in good shape. In an interview with St. George News, Pike reminded people that Zion National Park was closed to send a […]
- ‘We will quarantake you to jail’; Police in Utah, beyond ask criminals to halt activity during pandemicST. GEORGE —In a somewhat ironic twist, a number of police departments across Utah and throughout the country are asking criminals to behave themselves and cease their illegal activities during the coronavirus pandemic. The tongue-in-cheek #socialdistancingnow and #behaveyourself movements that began migrating across the U.S. last month involve a number […]
- FEATURE (THE CONVERSATION) — As the coronavirus pandemic spreads across the globe, it is affecting how families celebrate important religious events such as Easter, Passover and Ramadan, which would normally involve the gathering of families. For example, in Judaism, Passover, which commemorates the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt, involves younger and older […]
- ‘We want to give back to the community’; Canyon Media radio stations holding contests, giving away moneyST. GEORGE — Canyon Media’s radio stations are offering contests over the next week giving listeners the opportunity to win $100 or more. The radio stations will be conducting various contests in an effort to give back to the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. 99.9 KONY Country will be giving away […]
- ST. GEORGE — As visitation to Utah state parks has been limited to local residents through an executive order by the governor, the Kane County Commission went a step further Wednesday by closing access to public lands for recreational use to noncounty residents for the next two weeks. Violations of […]
- March 8, 1930 — April 7, 2020 Tommy L. Dickerson was born on March 8, 1930, in Durant, Oklahoma and entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in St. George, Utah. He married Joan Little on June 26, 1957, in Reno, Nevada who preceded him in death after […]
- September 26, 1929 — April 7, 2020 Kent Mayburn Rowley, age 90, passed away April 7, 2020. Kent was born Sept. 26, 1929, in Salt Lake City, Utah to Lorenzo and Olive Wilcox Rowley. He married his sweetheart, Leola Smith, on Sept. 29, 1949, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He […]
- A Salt Lake City athlete has pleaded guilty to BASE jumping off of some of Zion National Park's iconic peaks.
- Governor Gary Herbert issued an order Wednesday that travelers entering the state sign travel declarations, including those entering by car.
- Major U.S. airlines applied for payroll grants from the U.S. Treasury. According to Reuters, the grants would keep workers employed during the coronavirus pandemic. No terms of any aid were revealed and some warned that funds would not be enough.
- All the latest on the coronavirus pandemic and its impacts locally as closures mount and the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases keep rising.
- Visitors are still streaming to Washington County despite the Utah governor's orders to "Stay Safe, Stay Home." How are local officials managing?
- After cancelling its graduation ceremonies due to coronavirus, Southern Utah University has tentatively rescheduled its commencement for Aug. 8, 2020.
- Watch out for some of coronavirus guidelines.
- Mobile testing sites are coming this week to rural areas of the state, though it's unclear if any are coming immediately to Southern Utah.
- Following Utah Gov. Gary Herbert's order on April 1, here is a look at which residents can have their rent payments deferred and how they can apply.
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released an exterior rendering on Tuesday of the Washington County Utah temple.
- Police say a man who died after falling in Big Cottonwood Canyon on Wednesday was an avid outdoorsman.
- Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson will provide an update to the county’s COVID-19 situation and its Stay Safe, Stay Home order during a virtual press conference Thursday morning.
- Here are the latest coronavirus-related updates from Utah and around the world.
- Another 33,076 Utahns filed for unemployment insurance last week as the coronavirus crisis continues its stranglehold on the world economy.
- With social distancing orders in place, the Division of Child and Family Services continues to require in-person visits. It’s putting some foster care families in a complicated situation.
- UTA's recent reduction in services has sparked concerns that some buses and trains are becoming too crowded to practice social distancing.
- A professional jumper vowed Wednesday not to leap anymore from cliffs inside national parks after he pleaded guilty to doing it twice in Zion National Park in Utah.
- When the recommendation to stay at home began, dairy farmers kept up with demand. Since then, many have been forced to dump their product.
- A Tooele man who sent his iPad away to be fixed now faces felony charges after police say the repair shop found child pornography.
- Volunteers with Neighbors Helping Neighbors and Leave It To Us are helping elderly or immunocompromised people fill grocery and errand requests.
The Salt Lake Tribune
- Adobe Stock image SALT LAKE CITY — A woman who police say stabbed a man because her husband was losing a fight with him was charged Thursday. Morgaine Huey, 22, who is listed in court documents as homeless, was charged in 3rd District Court with aggravated assault, a second-degree felony. […]
- Adobe Stock image COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS — Police say a man who died after falling in Big Cottonwood Canyon on Wednesday was an avid outdoorsman. Wade Joseph Meade, 29, of Santa Margarita, California, fell while hiking and climbing near Lake Blanche about 3:15 p.m. Wednesday, according to Unified Police Sgt. Melody […]
- Jordan Allred, Deseret News SALT LAKE CITY — The number of Utahns forced to seek unemployment compensation after losing their jobs due to COVID-19 is still climbing — at historic levels. The state Department of Workforce Services reported Thursday the number of new claims for jobless benefits registered at 33,076 […]
- The Capitol in Salt Lake City is pictured on Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020. | Spenser Heaps, Deseret News Agenda also to include vetoed bill to lift tax exemption on railroad fuel SALT LAKE CITY — A bill vetoed by Gov. Gary Herbert that would have created a new scholarship program […]
- Post Malone appears in a new commercial for Doritos. | Doritos Post Malone is in an ongoing legal battle over the 2019 chart-topping song Post Malone isn’t running away from a court battle over his 2019 hit song “Circles.” What’s going on: According to multiple reports, Tyler Armes has sued […]
- Jose Anselmo Diaz Sierra, José Luis Ramírez Reynoso and Guillermo Real Olmedo, left to right, prune peach trees at Riley Orchards in Perry on Thursday, April 2, 2020. Utah’s orchard growers, like all businesses, are figuring out how to adapt and operate under new social distancing guidelines due to the […]
- Miquette Newbold holds her daughter, 3-week-old Aria, while having dinner with her husband, Jon, and their sons, Elijah, 7, Isaac, 2, and Asher, 5, left to right, at their home in Kaysville on Tuesday, April 7, 2020. | Spenser Heaps, Deseret News It could be weeks before unemployed Americans get […]
- Pastor Jim Harris, of Calvary Salt Lake, joins other believers from his West Jordan home for daily prayers and fellowship during a video conference held via Zoom on Thursday, April 2, 2020. Harris counted 36 remote participants on his laptop screen. | Ivy Ceballo, Deseret News Being ‘Easter honest,’ ‘keeping […]
- Adobe Stock image Man called police for help after falling 15 feet, but died from his injuries as he was being rescued BIG COTTONWOOD CANYON — A 29-year-old man died after falling while hiking and climbing in Big Cottonwood Canyon near Lake Blanche. The man, who is from Utah, was […]
- Emergency crews bring a patient to an awaiting Life Flight helicopter after a serious accident in the northbound lanes of I-15 at about 11400 South in Draper on Wednesday, April 8, 2020. | Meghan Thackrey, Deseret News DRAPER — A woman is in critical condition after a car and semitrailer […]
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- UPDATED – RMAC Suspends Spring Sports and Travel Until April 6, Remaining 2020 Dixie State Home Athletics Events Closed to SpectatorsThe Dixie State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, in accordance to direction from the NCAA COVID-19 Advisory Panel, announced on Thursday that attendance to all remaining Trailblazer home athletic events for the 2020 spring season will closed to the public until further notice.
- The Washington County Commission voted Tuesday to approve a 20-year, $10 million strategic marketing agreement that will leverage the assets of Dixie State University and the Greater Zion Convention & Tourism Office to benefit area residents, students and visitors.
- The Dixie State University Athletic Department posted an NCAA-era record high 3.2647 cumulative grade-point average among its 15 varsity sports for the 2019 fall semester. This past fall's cumulative GPA eclipsed the previous semester record of 3.1808 set last spring, and marked the fifth-straight semester and 10th semester in the […]
- Dixie State University Athletics announced on Wednesday a new partnership with Peak Sports MGMT to oversee multimedia rights and enhance the Trailblazer Athletic marketing brand.
- Dixie State University Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Dr. Jason Boothe has announced the appointment of Mike Olson as the program's new Associate Athletics Director for Academic Services and Student-Athlete Welfare. Olson began his tenure on January 1.
- This page will list the newest members of the Dixie State Trailblazers as faxes are received and officially approved by the Dixie State Compliance Office. Per NCAA and department rules, DSU Athletics will announce a signee when the program has received and Compliance has verified the signee's National Letter of […]
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