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  • by Cody Blowers
    ST. GEORGE — A Hurricane man with a prolific arrest record has been charged with rape and aggravated kidnapping after allegedly detaining and sexually assaulting a woman at a hotel in downtown St. George. John Chase Loveridge, 36, made an initial appearance in 5th District Court Friday facing the two […]
  • by Associated Press
    LEHI, Utah (AP) — The Utah Giant Pumpkin Growers has recorded eight pumpkins in Utah this year weighing over 1,000 pounds, setting a state record. The first-place pumpkin at the 16th Annual UGPG Thanksgiving Point Weigh-Off on Saturday weighed an incredible 1,825 pounds, Fox 13 News reported. The hefty gourd […]
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    CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — The idea of refinancing a home mortgage may seem daunting amid uncertainty in the real estate market nationwide. “If you’re like everyone else, you’re on the fence about refinancing because of everything that’s been going on in the economy, such as COVID-19,” said Austin Horton, vice president […]
  • by Cody Blowers
    ST. GEORGE — A fire that ignited Sunday near Veyo grew to more than 2,200 acres overnight as crews continued to battle the fast-moving blaze. The wildfire, called the Veyo Road Fire by fire managers, originally crossed over a cinder cone many locals refer to as the “Veyo Volcano” then […]
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    ST. GEORGE — The Unified Police Department in Salt Lake City has issued a statewide AMBER alert for a 6-year-old kidnapped during a visitation in Millcreek. According to the online AMBER Alert, people are asked to be on the lookout for 43-year-old Emily Jolley, who reportedly kidnapped her son, 6-year-old Terran […]
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    ST. GEORGE — In case you missed it, here is your weekend recap of the top five most viewed stories published on St. George News from Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 26-27. See the related stories at the bottom of this page for five honorable mention stories. Suspect charged with multiple felonies […]
  • by David Louis
    ST. GEORGE — Although it has been more than 30 years since Southern Utah rancher Oscar Robinson Judd held a set of reins tightly in his hands, it was a birthday wish come true when he had the chance to ride a horse once again. Celebrating his 93rd birthday at Brooksby […]
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    CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — The attorneys at McMullin Injury Law have handled thousands of cases for clients in Utah, Nevada and Arizona – recovering millions of dollars for victims of traffic accidents and other injuries last year alone.  “We recognize that when somebody gets injured through no fault of their own, […]
  • by Aspen Stoddard
    ST. GEORGE — Both Dixie State and Southern Utah universities received national recognition for ranking on the U.S. News & World Report’s list of 2021 best colleges and universities. The report, now in its 36th year, assesses 1,452 bachelor’s degree-granting institutions in the U.S. by looking at 17 areas of […]
  • by Create Better Health
    FEATURE — If family mealtime is your least favorite part of the day, you are in need of a family mealtime survival guide. Families need time together to reconnect. Regular family mealtime provides the opportunity to learn, to grow and to teach. Even 15 minutes a day will add up […]

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  • by Marjorie Cortez
    Alex Berry, Alta High School junior, gets tested for COVID-19 outside of Corner Canyon High School in Draper on Monday, Sept. 21, 2020. | Kristin Murphy, Deseret News 71% of cases include students, 14% are teachers SALT LAKE CITY — There have been nearly 2,000 school-associated cases of COVID-19 since […]
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    Roxy Penaloza helps Teke Vea load up bagged lunches on her scooter outside of Edison Elementary School in Salt Lake City on Monday, Sept. 28, 2020. Nutrition technicians and kitchen managers typically hand out between 300 to 400 lunches a day at Edison. Meal service hours have extended and will […]
  • by Jasen Lee
    Homes near completion at C.W. Farms, an Ivory Homes development in Magna, on Wednesday, July 29, 2020. | Steve Griffin, Deseret News SALT LAKE CITY — In the wake of some record-setting heatwaves this past summer, the Salt Lake Valley’s housing market was also mirroring that blazing-hot streak. The demand […]
  • by Ashley Imlay
    Deseret Miller, UVU sophomore, gets tested for COVID-19 outside of Corner Canyon High School in Draper on Monday, Sept. 21, 2020. The Salt Lake County Health Department will be offering COVID-19 testing at Corner Canyon High School again on Monday, Sept. 28, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. | Kristin […]
  • by Dennis Romboy
    Newly hired Utah solicitor general Melissa Holyoak | Utah Attorney General’s Office SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s newly hired solicitor general has admitted she made a mistake in a Florida court case she previously worked on in which a federal judge had threatened her with sanctions. Melissa Holyoak’s objection to […]
  • by Annie Knox
    Adobe Stock image IOSEPA, Tooele County — Two people killed early Sunday in a Tooele County car crash were identified on Monday. The deceased are Cassie Wade, 47, and Johnnie Bear, 36, both of Tooele, said Utah Highway Patrol Sgt. Nick Street. Both were thrown from the vehicle when it […]
  • by Ashley Imlay
    A motorcyclist died Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020, after a crash on state Route 35, troopers said. | Utah Highway Patrol TABIONA, Duchesne County — Troopers have identified the motorcyclist who died Sunday after a crash on state Route 35 as Michael Levi Willetts, 35, of Bountiful. The crash occurred about […]
  • by Annie Knox
    Brandon Earl McCormick exits his car with a bow and arrow after being swarmed by protesters near Library Square in Salt Lake City on Saturday, May 30, 2020. Protesters that day joined others across the nation to decry the death of George Floyd, a black man, who died while being […]
  • by Dennis Romboy
    Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, arrives at the Capitol in Washington on Monday, Sept. 21, 2020. | J. Scott Applewhite, Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY — Sen. Mike Lee defended President Donald Trump raising the specter of fraud regarding mail-in voting, although he acknowledged that the practice has worked fine in […]
  • by Lisa Riley Roche
    Veteran Chris Goehner talks about his fight with thoughts of suicide and how he has been able to get help during a press conference at the Military Services Monument in West Jordan’s Veterans Memorial Park on Monday, Sept. 28, 2020. During the event, Rep. Ben McAdams, D-Utah, discussed his bipartisan […]


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