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    FBI investigation prompts arrests in organized worldwide soccer corruption
    NEW YORK – + Video –A 47-count indictment was unsealed early Wednesday morning in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, charging 14 defendants with racketeering, wire fraud and money laundering cons...
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    Near Drowning incident is reminder for water safety this summer
    ST. GEORGE – A three-year-old child revived from a near drowning experience Tuesday serves as a reminder to keep a close eye on kids playing in the water. According to St. George Police Captain Mik...
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    Deadly live anthrax samples mailed out by Utah military lab ‘inadvertently’
    DUGWAY, UTAH - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in conjunction with the Department of Defense are currently investigating an incident of live anthrax samples that were reportedly inad...
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    School board unanimously votes for pay raise; public hearing attended by no one
    ST. GEORGE –  The Washington County School District Board voted Tuesday to increase compensation for board members from $4,440 to $9,000 per year. After a   public hearing   that no one from the pu...
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    Community Service and Leadership Scholarships Awarded
    MESQUITE - On Thursday May 21st, the Mesquite Police Department and local businessman David Ballweg, of Loadtec, awarded 15 scholarships at the Virgin Valley High School Scholarship Awards Presenta...
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    What Women Actually Want: Upcoming Expo Highlights Empowerment
    ST. GEORGE – DOVE Center is partnering with local What Women Want Expo to increase awareness about its services for women and families. DOVE Center will be highlighted throughout the Expo by “women...
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    Celebrating National get Outdoors day at Golden Spike national historic site
    BRIGHAM CITY - Golden Spike National Historic Site will celebrate National Get Outdoors Day. This day was established to encourage all Americans to get out and explore America’s great outdoors. Joi...
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    Proposed cable merger creates concern for two U.S. Senators
    WASHINGTON, D.C.—U.S. Senators Mike Lee (R-UT) and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) today issued the following statements regarding the proposed Charter Communications-Time Warner Cable merger. Senator Lee is ...
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    Eagle to become centerpiece at Southern Utah Veterans Home
    IVINS, UT – The Southern Utah Veterans Home will soon be home to a bronze statue of a soaring American eagle signifying freedom. Sculpted by local Artist, Edward E. Hlavka's, the Eagle Freedom Monu...
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    Dixie State falls, 5-0, to North Georgia in National Championship
    OKLAHOMA CITY – After going through the tournament unscathed, Dixie State softball fell short of the final prize, falling to the University of North Georgia, 5-0, on Monday as the Nighthawks secure...
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    Drowsy driver transported to hospital after crashing in Gorge
    VIRGIN RIVER GORGE  – A St. George man was transported to the hospital Tuesday morning after falling asleep at the wheel and crashing his car while traveling home from Las Vegas on Interstate 15. A...
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    Funnel Cloud spotted at Bryce Canyon by park employee
    BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK – Disturbances in the weather in southern Utah are now being tweeted across the country. Shortly after 1:00 on Tuesday, May 25, The National Weather Service received a pi...
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    Three juveniles cited for starting fire in Stone Cliff neighborhood
    ST. GEORGE - + Video – Warmer temperatures and a slight breeze fanned flames of a fire started by fireworks early Tuesday afternoon. The call came into The St. George Fire Department around 1:30 pm...
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    “Kicks” FC Mesquite Fall soccer
    MESQUITE, NV (Leisure Services Dept.) – The City of Mesquite and FC Mesquite are proud to announce registrations for Youth Soccer for Boys and Girls ages 3 – 13 (the child can be 3-13 years old tur...
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    Dixie Regional receives get with the guidelines-stroke gold plus quality achievement award
    ST GEORGE - Dixie Regional has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award. The award recognizes the ho...
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    When I Was a Child
    Mesquite, NV - On Saturday, June 20 at 10a.m., The Virgin Valley Heritage Museum will present a class on writing for the child's ear. Geraldine Zarate, a local historian, author and artist, will pr...
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    Feickert stabilizes team, DSU rallies to beat Cal U 10-6
    EDMOND, Okla. – Junior pitcher Aryn Feickert (Lancaster, CA/Highland ) stabilized the Dixie State softball team on Sunday after California University on Pennsylvania scored six unanswered runs. She...
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    Medal of Honor recipients dedicate Vietnam War stamps today
    WASHINGTON — Nearly a dozen Vietnam Medal of Honor recipients will help the Postal Service dedicate the Limited Edition Medal of Honor: Vietnam War Forever Stamps during a 1 p.m. ET ceremony today ...
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    Dixie State won with 2-0 victory over Adelphi
    OKLAHOMA CITY — Senior pitcher Michelle Duncan (Gilbert, AZ/Gilbert High School) threw her second shutout in as many days while sophomore Josey Hartman (Mapleton, UT/Maple Mountain) lined a RBI tri...
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    Red Cross launches ‘100 days’ blood drive campaign
    SALT LAKE CITY  — The American Red Cross urges donors to give hope to patients in need by donating blood or platelets during the “100 days of summer. 100 days of hope.” campaign, officially sponsor...
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