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    BLM plans Wild Burro gather in Southeastern Utah

    02.10.16 - 02:32 pm
    PRICE, Utah – The Bureau of Land Management Utah Price Field Management Office has signed plans to gather and remove excess wild burros on the Sinbad Herd Management Area. The model will utilize information gathered from helicopter infrared and traditional based inventory flights as well as tracking information on 30 burros fitted with radio collars. The Sinbad Plan also incorporates the collection of additional data such as: noninvasive analysis of fecal DNA for genetics and pregnancy testin...
    by Lisa Reid; BLM Public Affairs
    Resolution made on behalf of BYU student who went missing in China in 2004
    WASHINGTON, D.C. - + Video –Rep. Chris Stewart (R-Utah) and Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) introduced a Concurrent Resolution on behalf of David Sneddon, a Brigham Young University student who went missing...
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    Utah State Board of Education Associate Superintendent takes National Security job
    SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah State Board of Education announced on Tuesday the resignation of Scott Jones, Associate Superintendent for Business and Operations. Jones has accepted a position with the ...
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    U.S. Supreme Court halts EPA's unlawful Power Plan
    SALT LAKE CITY - The U.S. Supreme Court has blocked enforcement of the Environmental Protection Agency's "111(d)" regulation. On August 3, 2015, President Obama and EPA announced the Clean Power Pl...
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    Lowest gas prices in over 12 years hit Midwest
    CHICAGO – The cheapest gasoline prices in over twelve years are showing up in some lucky states in the heart of the nation, with previously unthinkable 99-cent gasoline becoming a strong possibilit...
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    St. George, Utah Social Security Office to relocate
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — Are you planning a visit to the St. George Social Security Office? The St. George Social Security office will be relocating effective Monday, Feb. 29. The new address is 1091 N B...
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    Public updated on transportation plans in Washington County
    ST. GEORGE, Utah - + Video – About 600 people attended the 2016 Dixie Regional Transportation Expo in St. George. The annual event allows people living in Washington County to find out about curren...
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    Jose Feliciano heads to Vegas in time for Valentines day
    LAS VEGAS — Jose Feliciano will be headlining at the Silverton Casino and Hotel on Las Vegas Feb. 13 at 8 p.m. KCSG TV will be giving away a few pairs of tickets with a grand prize of two tickets a...
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    Harlem Globetrotters celebrate 90 years and come to St. George on Wednesday, Feb. 10
    Andy Griffin with St George News interviewed Harlem Globe Trotter Wun "The Shot" Versher via phone. Check out the interview below:   Saint George — Celebrating 90 years of providing smiles, sportsm...
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    Utah resolution declares pornography as a public health crisis
    SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah State Legislature unanimously passed a resolution out of committee on Friday, declaring pornography a public health crisis. Sponsored by Senator Todd Weiler, the resolutio...
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    Finicum’s Daughters speak out and want the truth
    KANAB, Utah - + Video– During a press conference following their father's funeral, the two oldest daughters of Robert LaVoy Finicum broke silence asking for an investigation into the death of their...
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    National Parks maintenance backlog reaches $11.9 billion
    WASHINGTON – The National Park Service (NPS) this week released its Fiscal Year 2015 deferred maintenance statistics for national parks. The $11.93 billion nationwide total is a $440 million increa...
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    Washington County youth represent Southern Utah at Washington forum
    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Youth representatives from the Washington County Youth Coalition (WCYC) spent the last five days in Washington, D.C. They joined more than 2,700 substance abuse prevention specia...
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    T-Birds fall in close, physical battle with EWU
    CEDAR CITY, Utah – The Southern Utah Thunderbirds welcomed the defending Big Sky Conference Champions, the Eastern Washington Eagles, into Centrum Arena for intense, physical game. Despite never re...
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    Legislative Update by Sen. Evan Vickers (Week 2)
    SALT LAKE CITY - State Capitol – Utah Senator Evan Vickers, District 28, of Beaver and Iron Counties as well as the eastern part of Washington County sent an update on a handful of bills making the...
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    ADOT suggests drivers allow extra time in the Virgin River Gorge due to construction
    PHOENIX – The Arizona Department of Transportation is urging motorists traveling through the Virgin River Gorge on Interstate 15 in the far northwest corner of Arizona to allow for extra travel tim...
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    Storm men take down Cal Baptist in OT, 94-88
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — Junior Josh Fuller (Rexburg, Idaho/Madison HS) scored six of his career-high 29 points in overtime to lead four Storm players in double figures as Dixie State outlasted Californi...
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    Dixie Foundation hosts Fire and Ice Gala, proceeds benefit needs-based scholarships
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — This new year, get ready to party for a good cause. The Dixie Foundation will be holding their annual Fire and Ice fundraising Gala on Feb. 26, at SunRiver St. George. This black...
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    Local student singers, dancers, and musicians will participate in the 27th annual Southern Utah Performing Arts Festival
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — Approximately 5000 local student singers, dancers, and musicians are poised to participate in the 27th annual Southern Utah Performing Arts Festival, which will commence Tuesday,...
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    Thousands paid tribute to constitutionalist and hero LaVoy Finicum in Kanab
    KANAB, Utah - + Video – It was a solemn yet prideful event for those who attended the funeral of a man they are dubbing a ‘hero.’ Rancher, Robert LaVoy Finicum, 54, of Cane Beds, Ariz., was honored...
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    No. 24 T-Birds score season high despite falling to No. 9 Broncos
    CEDAR CITY, Utah — The No. 24 Thunderbirds of SUU scored a 195.700 on Friday night inside the Centrum Arena. The team on the opposite side, the No. 9 Boise State Broncos, were able to outscore the ...
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