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    County gets clean bill of health for 2014 finances, clarifies casita ordinance

    09.02.15 - 11:47 am
    ST. GEORGE   – Washington County clarified rules governing accessory dwellings and paved the way for residents to be able to appeal property tax interest, fees and penalties at its regular County Commission meeting held Tuesday; the county also received a clean bill of health from an auditing firm for its 2014 fiscal year financial statements. There are only a few that are given a “clean opinion” “It’s fairly significant,” Mike Spilker, of the accounting firm HintonBurdick, said. Spilker said...
    Dixie Forum teams up with DOCUTAH for special presentation
    ST. GEORGE, Utah – Dixie State University’s “Dixie Forum: A Window on the World” lecture series will celebrate the opening day of DOCUTAH by teaming up with the International Documentary Film Festi...
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    George Streetfest goes 'Country' Sept. 4
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — George Streetfest on Main returns Sept. 4 with a fresh lineup of performers and street market vendors. Also, in support of Dixie Round-up Rodeo returning to southern Utah mid-Sep...
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    Addiction recovery month in St. George celebrated with red ribbon cutting event
    ST. GEORGE, Utah - + Video – Community leaders in southern Utah and others joined in a special kick-off ceremony Tuesday afternoon in St. George in honor of National Addiction Recovery Month. The e...
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    National Trust for Historic Preservation awards the Town of Rockville two grants
    ROCKVILLE, Utah — The Town of Rockville was awarded two grants totaling $15,000 by the National Trust for Historic Preservation from The Eccles Fund for Utah. These grant funds will match local fun...
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    St. George selected to host West Regional Pickleball Tournament
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — The Recreation Division for the City of St. George announced that the USA Pickleball Association (USAPA) has chosen St. George to host its West Regional Championship Pickleball T...
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    Support the Dixie State football team at free tailgate parties
    ST. GEORGE, Utah – Nothing says football like cheeseburgers and pick-up trucks. To celebrate these American traditions, the Dixie State University Alumni Association and The D-Crew are hosting free...
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    Utah "FED UP" rally scheduled in Salt Lake to end overdose deaths
    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – August 31 is International Overdose Awareness Day. An organization called "FED UP" in Utah is taking their campaign locally to the steps of the Utah State Capitol Monday afte...
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    Events bring awareness during "National Recovery Month"
    SOUTHERN UTAH – September is National Recovery Month. It's a time used to create awareness and understanding of mental and substance abuse issues and to celebrate those who are on the road to recov...
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    Full moon brings strange and busy night for SGPD
    ST. GEORGE, Utah – St. George Police spent much of Saturday night dealing with family fights and even a car jacking. At least four people were arrested. According to a report filed on their Faceboo...
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    DOCUTAH invites community to events in upcoming film festival
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — Dixie State University and DOCUTAH™ International Documentary Film Festival™ invite Southern Utah residents and visitors to join in the many activities planned for the sixth seas...
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    Southern Utah Veterans Home residents take a “flightless” journey of a lifetime
    IVINS, Utah - + Video – 24 residents of the Southern Utah Veterans Home in Ivins were chosen to board Utah’s first ever “flightless flight” Saturday morning. The veterans of WWII, Korea, and Vietna...
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    SUU's Dept. of Music seeks pianists of all ages and abilities for "Piano Monster Concert — A Wild Ride"
    CEDAR CITY, Utah — SUU's popular Piano Monster Concert Series is seeking adventurous musicians of all ages and abilities to participate and perform in another remarkable evening. Dr. Christian Bohn...
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    DSU breaks ground on new on-campus student housing
    ST. GEORGE, Utah - + Video – For the first time in nearly 50 years, Dixie State University broke ground on a new student housing complex on campus. The groundbreaking ceremony for the university’s ...
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    Remains of a missing semi-truck found at the base of a 200-foot cliff near Hurricane Towers - UPDATE
    HURRICANE, Utah - + Video – UPDATE – The driver of the semi-truck which plunged into a ravine off East SR 59 has been identified as Walter K. Steed 70, of Hildale Utah. It was reported that the sem...
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    Bryce Canyon Airport hosts pilots, historic warplanes and community open house for 2nd annual Fly-In
    PANGUITCH, Utah – Bryce Canyon's picturesque airport will open its doors this Saturday, August 29, for a day of history, learning and fun at the second annual Fly-In and Airport Appreciation Day. A...
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    Speeding motorcyclist evades police, arrested at local motel
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — According to the St. George Police Department Facebook, on Thursday, Aug. 27, at approximately 5:30 p.m., an officer observed a motorcyclist traveling south on Bluff Street passi...
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    Carlie Wall to perform at final Sunset at the Square, Aug. 28
    ST. GEORGE, Utah – The Sunset on the Square (SOTS) team is proud to announce an exclusive Carlie Wall solo concert event this Friday. Wall will play on the Brad Harr Stage from 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. Wa...
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    SUU's Art Insights features Arlyn Pillay—painter, illustrator, printmaker
    CEDAR CITY, Utah — A multi-faceted creative force, Arlyn Pillay is an accomplished painter, illustrator, printmaker, sculptor, ceramicist, musician, writer and entrepreneur. Arlyn shares his experi...
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    City discusses possible regulations for cargo containers, funds Tuacahn
    ST. GEORGE   – Cargo containers are a popular way to store items due to their security and durability but when they are stored on residential property permanently, some neighbors see them as an eye...
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    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 ...
    Aug 27, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 21 21 recommendations | email to a friend
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