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    Remains of a missing semi-truck found at the base of a 200-foot cliff near Hurricane Towers

    08.27.15 - 06:50 pm
    HURRICANE, Utah - + Video – Hurricane Police are investigating the crash of a semi-truck that drove off SR 59 sometime this past week off a 200 foot cliff. The driver was found deceased still inside the cab of the truck. The truck was not carrying a trailer. According to preliminary investigations, persons knowing the victim said he hadn’t been seen since last Saturday. However, it’s still too soon to tell how long the truck was lying in the ravine. The accident happened near the Hurricane to...
    Iron County Sheriff's Office seeking info about mountain cabin burglaries, offering reward
    IRON COUNTRY, Utah — The Iron County Sheriff's Office is offering a reward of up to $3,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) involved in the burglary of several ...
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    Help families in need during the Fall Food Drive at the Utah Shakespeare Festival
    CEDAR CITY, Utah – The Utah Shakespeare Festival is once again collecting food for the less fortunate in our community. The 12th annual Fall Food Drive will be Sept. 11 to Oct. 31, with a goal to e...
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    Pacific Islander Coalition hosts free community film screenings
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — In association with Utah Pacific Island Heritage Month, the Southern Utah Pacific Islander Coalition will present free community film screenings on Saturday, Aug. 29. Each of the...
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    Man shoots himself after killing TV news reporter and photographer in Virginia
    ROANOKE, Va. – A WDBJ television news reporter and her photographer were tragically shot to death during an early morning live broadcast at Bridgewater Plaza on Smith Mountain Lake Wednesday mornin...
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    UHP investigates school bus collision with drill rig in Enoch
    ENOCH, Utah – The Utah Highway Patrol is investigating the cause of an accident in Enoch Wednesday morning between a school bus and a drill rig. According to Highway Patrol Sgt. Todd Royce the acci...
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    SGPD search for burglary suspect
    ST. GEORGE, Utah – St. George Police are asking for the public’s help in locating and identifying a suspect in several residential burglaries as well as attempted burglaries. In numerous cases the ...
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    Healthy Dixie sponsors "Walk Washington County" at the Enterprise Cornfest Saturday
    ENTERPRISE, Utah — Healthy Dixie is excited to invite residents and visitors to southern Utah to Walk Washington County in Enterprise this Saturday at 9 a.m. as the kick-off for the Cornfest . “Wal...
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    Season Finale Chamber Night at Sunset on the Square, Friday, Aug. 28
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — Sunset on the Square (SOTS) will feature the movie Legend of Zorro on Friday, Aug. 28 at Town Square Park in Historic Downtown St. George at dusk as part of the Annual Chamber Ni...
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    Hurricane vehicle homicide case could reach resolution
    ST. GEORGE   – Court proceedings in an alleged automobile homicide that occurred in Hurricane  earlier this year  could see a resolution in the next month. Randahl Keith Hill, 25, of Hurricane, app...
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    Early morning fire likely caused by discarded ‘smoking materials’
    ST. GEORGE   – An early morning fire torched the back porch of a home near Dixie State University Tuesday. The cause? The improper disposal of smoking materials, firefighters said. Firefighters res...
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    BLM confirms Mesa Colorado woman infected with Tularemia
    GRAND COUNTY, Colorado – Tularemia has been confirmed in a second Mesa County, Colorado woman. She was likely exposed through a bite from a deer fly or tick while on public lands in the Ruby-Horset...
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    Utah Food Bank hosts 5K “race against hunger” in St. George
    ST. GEORGE, Utah - + Video – Utah Food Bank will host it’s first fundraiser in St. George on Saturday, September 12th in celebration of national Hunger Action Month. The H.A.M. It Up Against Hunger...
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    Dixie Forum to kick off fall semester with lecture on law and war
    ST. GEORGE, Utah – Do laws apply to war? Is it possible for the secular and divine to balance each other in the context of conflict? Can a holy warrior be holy and legal at the same time? Is Islam ...
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    Come celebrate the 99th birthday of the National Park Service with free admission Aug. 25
    WASHINGTON D.C. – (08/19/15 11:16 a.m.) The National Park Service is turning 99 years old on August 25, 2015, and everyone is getting a present—free admission. Visit a park in your neighborhood or ...
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    19th annual OSU Fall Recital series opening Sept. 1 with a science theme
    CEDAR CITY, Utah - "Notable Fusions" explores the intersection of science and music as well as unusual instrument combinations. Scientists performing as soloists and musicians performing music by s...
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    City of St. George passes electronic billing system for utilities to save money
    ST. GEORGE, Utah - + Video – The City of St. George may be able to save between $50,000 - $80,000 a year under a new automated electronic utility payment plan. Those are realized savings that would...
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    Classes begin for Utah's Southern Universities with enrollment looking up
    ST. GEORGE, Utah – Classes started Monday for students at Dixie State University in St. George, and Southern Utah University in Cedar City. While official enrollment numbers won’t be released for t...
    Aug 24, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend
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    K-9 sniffs out 56 pounds of marijuana during early morning traffic stop
    WASHINGTON COUNTY, Utah – Two men have been arrested and charged with possession of marijuana among other charges after early morning traffic stop by a Washington County Deputy. According to a pres...
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    SUU soccer drops opener to North Texas
    LAS VEGAS — In the season opener of the 2015 season, the SUU women's soccer team played North Texas in a neutral site game. The Thunderbirds would eventually fall to the Mean Green, 2-1. Freshman P...
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    SGPD makes arrest after posting pictures of suspect on Facebook
    ST. GEORGE, Utah – St. George Police say pictures they posted on their Facebook page have led to an arrest of a suspect in a theft case earlier this month. James Wilson was identified as the subjec...
    Aug 24, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 17 17 recommendations | email to a friend
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