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    East Elementary students benefit from dual immersion program
    CEDAR CITY — +VIDEO In it's third year, the dual immersion program of Spanish and English is a great asset to East Elementary students. Students first through third grade attend classes taught the ...
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    Sunbowl sees expanded use, pending agreement for girls rugby
    ST. GEORGE   – The City Council gave verbal approval Thursday for a potential agreement with the Utah Youth Rugby’s girls division expanding use of the Dixie Sunbowl to allow for the girls rugby ma...
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    Healthy Utah resolution calls for open doors
    UTAH - Governor Gary R. Herbert’s answer to the Affordable Care Act in the 2015 legislature is stirring up more contention despite it’s defeat. Failure to pass the Healthy Utah bill, has left a cov...
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    Subaru 'Shares the Love' with wildlife donation
    ST. GEORGE - + Video – Subaru of America has graciously donated a generous gift to the Southwest Wildlife Foundation of Utah. During a check presentation at Findlay Automotive of Utah in St. George...
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    City opts to withdraw from nuclear power project, keep options open
    ST. GEORGE   – City officials discussed the city’s future power generations needs during a City Council meeting Thursday. The city wants to keep its options open as far as those needs are concerned...
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    Rescuers aid 5 hikers stranded overnight in Red Cliffs Recreation Area
    WASHINGTON COUNTY   — The Washington County Search and Rescue team came to the aid of five people Wednesday who became stranded in the Red Cliffs Recreation Area during a late-night hike. The Washi...
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    Streak snapped at Southern Utah in 5-4 loss
    CEDAR CITY — The 23-game winning streak for the No. 5 Dixie State softball team came to an end with a 5-4 loss to Division I Southern Utah University on Wednesday. Dixie State (29-6, 20-0) got an e...
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    Utah comes under “fire” for reinstating death penalty by firing squad as backup
    UTAH - + Video – Utah is now the only state to allow firing squads for executions when the primary method of lethal-injection drugs aren’t available. The state currently does not have any lethal in...
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    Lions Club Drag Races; corporate sponsorship available
    ST. GEORGE —  The Lion’s Club’s 2015 drag races are revved up and roaring with their first event done and upcoming events scheduled in May, September and October. Previous years brought vintage car...
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    Governor Herbert signs more bills for Utahns' benefits and safety
    SALT LAKE CITY - Gov. Gary R. Herbert signed 56 bills into law Wednesday, March 25, bringing the total number of bills signed from the 2015 General Legislative Session to 200. The Legislature passe...
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    Travel Channel visits Cedar City; volunteer, on-camera opportunities
    CEDAR CITY –   The Travel Channel’s hit series “Hotel Impossible” has brought its brand of business rescue to Southern Utah, and show host Anthony Melchiorri will be in Cedar City through the end o...
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    March 28 Resource Fair reaches out to local Hispanic community
    CEDAR CITY — The Southern Utah Public Affairs Council of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has organized a Hispanic Community Information and Resource Fair to be held on Saturday, Mar...
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    Hurricane K-9 Officer Paige gets a vest from BAM
    HURRICANE — Last fall, Because Animals Matter heard about the City of Hurricane enlisting their first-ever K-9 and handler team, K-9 Paige and handling officer Jayson Despain. BAM is a pet welfare ...
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    Psychologist to lecture on fatherhood at next Dixie Forum
    ST. GEORGE — Dixie State University's weekly "Dixie Forum: A Window on the World" series continues Tuesday, March 31, with Dr. Ross D. Parke presenting "Fatherhood: Remembering the Past, Imagining ...
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    God’s Messengers Dance Company presents ‘A Tribute to the Life of Jesus Christ’
    ST. GEORGE —   A night of inspiration and dance by God’s Messengers Dance Company is set for Saturday and Monday, both at 7 p.m., at Dixie State University’s Eccles Theatre on the university campus...
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    2 men arrested for allegedly stealing property from jailed man’s home
    IVINS  – Two men were arrested Thursday for allegedly stealing property, identifying documents and finance cards from the home of a man incarcerated at Purgatory Correctional Facility. While Santa ...
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    Dixie State flies above Hawks for two wins
    ST. GEORGE – With 20 runs between two games, the Dixie State baseball team swept an opening doubleheader Saturday against visiting Holy Names. The Storm held off a ninth-inning rally taking the ser...
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    Late night fire destroys trailer, kills 2 dogs; STGnews Photo Gallery
    WASHINGTON CITY –  A Monday night fire at King’s Row Estates at 180 N. 1100 East in Washington City destroyed a trailer, displacing a woman and killing her pets. “There’s one elderly woman who live...
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    Gonorrhea skyrocket not as huge as chlamydia rates in Southern Utah
    SOUTHERN UTAH –   Across the country and along the Wasatch Front trends show an exceptionally high spike in cases of gonorrhea, particularly in women; Southern Utah data, however, reveals a differe...
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    Restaurant employee attacked, owner angry over bull controversy; STGnews Videocast
    HURRICANE  – As the story continues to unfold in an ordeal involving a new sign at Barista’s Restaurant, located at 460 W. State St. in Hurricane, which has  sparked outrage within the community   ...
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