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  • by Jeff Richards
    ENOCH — Enoch City Cemetery will be among 1,600 locations nationwide where evergreen wreaths will be placed upon the graves of veterans Saturday at noon. The annual event, known as “Wreaths Across America,” first started in 2007, according to the organization’s website, which also states the purpose of the tribute […]
  • by Ryne Williams
    ST. GEORGE — In Region 9’s boys basketball openers Tuesday night, Pine View and Cedar City both won close games that came down to the final shot, while Dixie and Crimson Cliffs each posted double-digit victories. Pine View 48, Desert Hills 47 The defending Region 9 champions opened up their […]
  • by Obituaries
    September 12, 1926 — December 6, 2019 Norma Adams Hall, 93, died Dec. 6, 2019, in St. George, Utah. She was born on Sept. 12, 1926, in Cedar City, Utah to Irvin Danks Adams and Bernice C. Pendleton at 2:30 p.m. She was the first of six children. All of her […]
  • by Obituaries
    December 23, 1965 — December 8, 2019 Dale Kenton Williamson, 53, passed away Dec. 8, 2019, at his home. He was born on Dec. 23, 1965, in Provo, Utah to Robert Kenton Williamson and Elda Mae Marshall Williamson. He married Cindy Lynn (Mecham) Williamson on Feb. 12, 1988, in Spanish Fork, […]
  • by Ryann Richardson
    ST. GEORGE — During a meeting Tuesday evening, the Washington County School District Board of Education approved a new policy that identifies new local educational agency specific licensing and endorsement requirements passed earlier this year. Under Utah Administrative Code R277-301, which will go into effect on Jan. 1, local educational agencies […]
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  • by David Louis
    ST. GEORGE — After years in the making, residential tenants have begun to move into Joule Plaza with commercial tenants not far behind. Although it was a bit of a dreary morning, with temperatures in the low 40s, the first of 197 units began to fill at Joule Plaza on […]
  • by Ryann Richardson
    ST. GEORGE — Gov. Gary Herbert has issued a call for a special session of the Utah Legislature Tuesday afternoon. During the special session, legislators will touch on amendments to state law related to state and local taxes and revenue, as well as one-time appropriations for behavioral health. The special session […]
  • by Ryann Richardson
    ST. GEORGE — For the first time in history, the Dixie State University Police Department has welcomed a female officer to the force. Officer Mikaela Vega was welcomed to the force on Nov. 21 after graduating from the police academy. Before joining the force, Vega worked as the on-campus police department’s […]
  • by or for St. George News
    ST. GEORGE — Thunder Junction All Abilities Park has been transformed into a winter wonderland for patrons of all ages during the North Pole Express at Thunder Junction. The event opened last weekend and will continue for subsequent Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays in December. The park is filled with the holiday […]

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  • by Brian Hall, Contributor
    Utah Jazz’s Joe Ingles shoots the ball in the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Minnesota Timberwolves, Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2019, in Minneapolis. | Stacy Bengs, AP MINNEAPOLIS — Jeff Green started with the ball in the corner when a Minnesota Timberwolves defender closed on him. Green […]
  • by Lottie Elizabeth Johnson
    Kristin Chenoweth sings with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square during their opening Christmas concert in Salt Lake City on Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018. | Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News Over time, the Tabernacle Choir’s Christmas concert — the largest undertaking of the choir’s 75 performances each year — has […]
  • by Ryan McDonald
    Utah Jazz’s Donovan Mitchell controls the ball against Minnesota Timberwolves’ Robert Covington in the first half of an NBA basketball game Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2019, in Minneapolis. | Stacy Bengs, Associated Press The Utah Jazz got back on the winning track Wednesday night as they used a strong third quarter […]
  • by Gretel Kauffman
    A man was killed in a head-on collision between a pickup truck and a semitractor-trailer on U.S. 6 between Price and Green River on Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2019. | Utah Highway Patrol SALT LAKE CITY — One man was killed and another person was injured in a head-on collision on […]
  • by Annie Knox
    Mark Swan | Tooele County Jail ‘These young victims were courageous in telling their stories of abuse,’ prosecutor says TOOELE — A 48-year-old Grantsville man has been ordered to spend up to life in prison for sexually abusing several children. Mark Swan pleaded guilty Tuesday in three child sexual abuse […]
  • by Marjorie Cortez
    Stock image SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s public school enrollment for fall 2019 exceeds 666,000 students, according to Utah State Board of Education data. The Oct. 1 head count of 666,858 represents an enrollment increase of 1.19%, or 7,906 students, over the previous year’s head count of 658,952. However, for […]
  • by Matthew Brown
    Hugo Ernst Geissler holds his 3-year-old son Hugo Hermann on the SS George Washington that arrived in New York harbor in 1925. The child is the father of genealogist Judy Russell, who used U.S. immigration records to piece together their journey to America. the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is […]
  • by Tad Walch
    A property on Geneva Road in Orem, the future site of the Orem Utah Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is pictured on Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2019. | Spenser Heaps, Deseret News Church also announces location of Taylorsville, Utah site and McAllen, Texas temple site. OREM […]
  • by Wendy Leonard
    Stock image Limited Medicaid expansion is helping some Utahns, others are still without coverage WEST VALLEY CITY — Brittney Roylance was experiencing a low point in her life and was in the midst of a two-week detoxification process with help from the Volunteers of America program when she met someone […]
  • by Gretel Kauffman
    One man was killed and another injured in a crash on I-70 about 7 miles from the Utah-Colorado state line on Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2019. | Utah Highway Patrol THOMPSON SPRINGS, Grand County — One man was killed and another injured in a crash not far from the Utah-Colorado border […]


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