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  • by Jeff Richards
    CEDAR CITY — A wildland brush fire just north of the Iron County town of Summit burned more than 50 acres Monday evening. The blaze, which was first reported shortly before 6 p.m., resulted in a coordinated response by multiple agencies and fire departments, Utah County Fire Warden Ryan Riddle […]
  • by Hollie Reina
    ST. GEORGE — Fire personnel from the Santa Clara-Ivins Fire Department responded to a brush fire off Lava Cove Drive in Santa Clara Monday afternoon. Assistant fire chief Tyrel Hansen said they received a page around 1:18 p.m. of a brush fire around an acre in size in the Desert […]
  • by Obituaries
    September 14, 1924 — July 2, 2020 Andrew Hales Barnum, 95, passed away on July 2, 2020. Andrew was born Sept. 14, 1924, in Mesquite, Nevada, to Charles Andrew and Jennie (Hughes) Barnum. He was the eighth of nine children. On May 19, 1944, He married Delsey Verna Miles (Woodbury) […]
  • by Cody Blowers
    ST. GEORGE — A traffic stop of a vehicle reportedly driving erratically on Interstate 15 in Mohave County, Arizona, turned into a nearly hour-long pursuit, an assault on a deputy and a 100-foot tumble down a ravine that ultimately ended in the arrest of a Colorado couple Sunday night. Shortly […]
  • by Associated Press
    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Spencer Cox won the Republican nomination for Utah governor on Monday, as the lieutenant governor successfully staved off a comeback attempt by former U.S. Ambassador Jon Huntsman Jr. Cox’s primary win gives him a heavy advantage in the conservative state’s general election in November. The […]
  • by Aspen Stoddard
    HURRICANE — Following a heated discourse between the public and the Hurricane City Council Thursday evening, the council decided to table their decision on whether to hold Peach Days for two weeks. On average, Peach Days brings in some 20,000 to 30,000 people to walk the street, enjoy live entertainment, […]
  • by Letter to the Editor
    OPINION — This is a rebuttal to the “Finishing off ‘Dixie’ in 2020” opinion piece published on St. George News July 1. I keep hearing people say that by removing monuments and changing names of various facilities is the equivalent of “erasing history.” If you believe this, I have a […]
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    CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — When a patient visits a doctor’s office, often one of the first points of contact is the physician assistant. These highly trained medical professionals go through extensive schooling and training rotations in order to properly care for the patients they see. For Desert Pain Specialists, finding the […]
  • by Cody Blowers
    ST. GEORGE — Police are investigating a possible homicide that took place at an apartment complex in St. George after the manager of a restaurant contacted authorities to conduct a welfare check on an employee who failed to show up for his shift – a first for the veteran cook. […]
  • by Jeff Richards
    CEDAR CITY — More than two years have passed since authorities started charging admission for people to experience Kanarra Falls, yet the hike remains one of the area’s most popular attractions. Recently, the Iron County Commission gave more control to the town of Kanarraville to manage the hike. According to […]

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  • by Lottie Elizabeth Johnson
    Lin-Manuel Miranda is Alexander Hamilton and Leslie Odom Jr. is Aaron Burr in “Hamilton,” which is now available on Disney Plus. | Disney Plus Media Relations Deseret News reporters Lottie Johnson and Sarah Harris saw the touring production of “Hamilton” when it came to Salt Lake City in 2018. They […]
  • by Dennis Romboy
    University of Utah Health’s Dakota Silva, left, and Ashley Cameron work together as they test people for COVID-19 during the University of Utah’s Wellness Bus drive-thru testing event at Centennial Park in West Valley City on Monday, July 6, 2020. | Steve Griffin, Deseret News SALT LAKE CITY — Once […]
  • by Kyle Dunphey
    Traffic moves along I-15 in South Salt Lake on Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019. | Kristin Murphy, Deseret News BOUNTIFUL — An outdoor advertising company in northern Utah is working to fix a billboard that was recently vandalized, the second such event to occur in the Salt Lake Valley this week. […]
  • by Pat Reavy
    Edwin Fong Carrillo, 40, of Salt Lake City, was arrested early Friday, June 26, 2020, for investigation of murder in connection with a fatal shooting in West Valley on Monday. | Salt Lake County Jail SALT LAKE CITY — A man accused of shooting and killing a former co-worker at […]
  • by Annie Knox
    Creed Cole Lujan | Salt Lake County Jail Creed Cole Lujan was a stranger to the girl SALT LAKE CITY — Calling his crimes “a mother’s worst nightmare,” a judge on Monday sentenced a parolee to at least 20 years and up to life in the kidnapping and sexual assault […]
  • by Lisa Riley Roche
    Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox, and his wife, Abby, greet supporters as they arrive at his election night event at the Basin Drive-In Theatre in Mt. Pleasant, Sanpete County, on Tuesday, June 30, 2020. Cox is running for the GOP nomination for governor. | Steve Griffin, Deseret News Former Gov. Jon […]
  • by Jasen Lee
    Dean Cardinale, of World Wide Trekking, packs snacks for his clients who will be touring southern Utah at his office in Midvale on Wednesday, July 1, 2020. Cardinale will be guiding a family of four from Denver through Utah’s five national parks for a week. | Laura Seitz, Deseret News […]
  • by Art Raymond
    The Westminster College in Salt Lake City is pictured on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020. | Steve Griffin, Deseret News While most of the businesses approved for help through the federal Paycheck Protection Program got less than $150,000, hundreds of Utah companies received multimillion-dollar packages. SALT LAKE CITY — Newly disclosed […]
  • by Mack Jones
    Adobe Stock SALT LAKE CITY — The extended deadline to file for state and federal taxes is rapidly approaching with filings due next week, with IRS data suggesting there are still a significant number of returns still outstanding. Taxpayers must file their taxes by July 15 unless they have been […]
  • by Marjorie Cortez
    French Ambassador Gérard Araud answers students’ questions in French at Oak Hollow Elementary, a French-English dual language immersion school, in Draper on Thursday, Dec. 3, 2015. | Kristin Murphy Utah’s Republican and Democrat representatives pen letter to urge relief for Utah schools that need international educators SALT LAKE CITY — […]


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