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    Hatch co-sponsors legislation to expand educational opportunities
    WASHINGTON, D.C.  — Sen. Orrin Hatch, president pro tempore of the U.S. Senate, issued the following statement after co-sponsoring Sen. Tim Scott’s Choice Act, introduced to the Senate Tuesday, to ...
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    Road weather alert cautions drivers of threatening conditions; check before traveling
    SOUTHERN UTAH   — The Utah Department of Transportation Traffic Operations Center released a “Road Weather Alert” early Saturday morning for numerous roads from Northern Utah to Southern Utah in ef...
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    Storm fends off Dominican, 86-83
    SAN RAFAEL, Calif. –  Junior guard  Collin Woods  (Scottsdale, AZ/Horizon)  had a career-best 23 points off the bench and senior guard  DeQuan Thompson  (Las Vegas, NV/Lake Mead Christian Academy) ...
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    BYU Slips Past SUU in Final Event
    CEDAR CITY – The Cougars of BYU managed to slip by the SUU gymnastics on Friday night, thanks to .05 positive margin on their final event. Kirsty Yee set a new school record on the uneven bars, sco...
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    Judge considers motion that would remove death penalty option in double-murder case
    ST. GEORGE   – Opposing sides in a   2010 double-murder case   met in 5th District Court in St. George Friday to argue for and against a motion to quash an order issued by a previous judge that pav...
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    January precipitation below normal despite steady rainfall in St. George Friday
    ST. GEORGE - + VIdeo – (January 30, 2015) Low hanging clouds in the St. George and Ivins area brought light to moderate rainfall throughout most of Friday. With daytime temperatures falling into th...
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    Stove fire causes evacuation of home in Ivins
    IVINS - +Video - Residents living at 210 East, 580 South in Ivins vacated the home after reporting a fire that started on the stove. Ivins Fire Department, Ivins EMS, and Santa Clara-Ivins Police w...
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    Cedar Valley Community Theater presents ‘The King and I’
    CEDAR CITY –  Travel back in time to the faraway land of Siam in the mid 1800’s with the cast of the Cedar Valley Community Theatre, as they bring alive their own rendition of the 1951 Broadway cla...
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    Brigham’s Playhouse opens show-stopping Jane Eyre
    Image depicting Helen in the play “Jane Eyre” at Brigham’s Playhouse, St. George, Utah, undated | Photo courtesy of Brigham’s Playhouse, St. George News ST. GEORGE —  The powerful Broadway hit “Jan...
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    City bids fond farewell to finance director Peterson after 32 years of service
    ST. GEORGE   – The St. George City Council Chamber was packed with city officials, city staff and others who gathered to bid farewell to Phil Peterson, the city’s retiring finance director. Peterso...
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    Mesquite S.W.A.T. Team search results in five arrests
    MESQUITE, Nev. – On Wednesday, Jan. 28, the Mesquite Police Investigative Services Division (Narcotics Detectives) concluded a lengthy investigation into the sales and trafficking of controlled sub...
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    Washington Fields residents invited to discuss future development at open house
    WASHINGTON CITY   – Would you like to help influence what happens with future development in the Washington Fields area? The Washington City Planning Commission is holding an open house from 6-8 p....
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    Dixie State offers Zion National Park experiential learning program
    Dixie State University and the DSU Department of Physical Sciences have announced plans to begin offering a new experiential learning program at Zion National Park this spring. The “Science in Zion...
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    Town & Country Bank posts record annual profits
    ST. GEORGE — Locally-owned Town & Country Bank announced net income of $1,411,808, or $1.13 per share, for the year ended December 31, 2014.  Annual earnings were the highest ever for the almost se...
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    Southern Utah Heritage Choir presents "Faith in Every Footstep" Feb. 8
    ST. GEORGE — On Sunday, Feb. 8, the Southern Utah Heritage Choir will present its annual Heritage Fireside, “Faith in Every Footstep.” The musical fireside will be held in the St. George Tabernacle...
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    Utah counties to honor law enforcement
    SALT LAKE CITY — ​Several Utah County commissioners, along with the Utah Association of Counties, have joined forces to organize an event to honor, pay respect and pledge continued support for law ...
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    DSU Sustainability Club holds clean air rally
    ST. GEORGE   — The public is invited to join the Dixie State University Sustainability Club in taking a breath of fresh air Saturday at the Clean Air No Excuses Rally. This rally, which is also a s...
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    Hatch Introduces Amy and Vicky Act to help victims of child pornography
    Washington, D.C.— +VIDEO Senator Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, member and former chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, issued the following statement after introducing the Amy and Vicky Child Pornogra...
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    Veterans take action to resolve problems with St. George VA outpatient clinic
    ST. GEORGE — A group of local veterans are taking matters into their own hands to push for what they see are much-needed changes at the Veterans Affairs St. George Community Based Outpatient Clinic...
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    Council rejects ambulance service options, introduces new sports, recreation director
    CEDAR CITY   — At Wednesday’s council meeting, the Cedar City Council voted to send a letter expressing its desire of no involvement in any change of the Iron County ambulance service that has been...
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