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    Natural Bridge Designated as National Park Service Affiliated Area

    09.27.16 - 02:30 pm
    WASHINGTON – U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell has designated the geologically and historically significant Natural Bridge site in Rockbridge County, Virginia as an Affiliated Area of the National Park Service (NPS). The site, recently designated as a state park, will be managed by Virginia State Parks. First purchased by Thomas Jefferson from King George III of England in 1774, Natural Bridge has captivated visitors for hundreds of years. The limestone arch rises 215 feet above Ced...
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    Musical Modern Masterpieces Sing Their Way to the Heritage Center
    CEDAR CITY, Utah - SUU's Music Department presents an evening of Modern Masterpieces on Friday, October 7, 2016, at 7:30 pm at the Cedar City Heritage Center. This night of music features SUU's Con...
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    The Confucius Institute One Year Anniversary Celebration September 28
    CEDAR CITY, Utah - What: The Confucius Institute at Southern Utah University will celebrate its one year anniversary on September 28. The celebration will include traditional Chinese and Asian food...
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    Final Phase of Waste Removal Project at Scout Lookout to be Rescheduled Again
    SPRINGDALE, Utah - The final phase of the waste removal project at Scout Lookout in Zion National Park has been rescheduled once again due to scheduling conflicts with the contracted helicopter. Th...
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    Cedar City Junior Ballet to Hold Auditions
    CEDAR CITY, Utah – Each year the dance studio for Cedar City Junior Ballet hustles and bustles for months in preparation for their annual full-scale spring production. The process begins on Saturda...
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    Washington County Flu Shoot-Out Tomorrow Septemnber 27
    Washington, Utah - The Flu Shoot-Out (flu vaccination event to help protect against the upcoming flu season) will be held Tuesday, September 27 at the Red Cliffs Mall. The hours for the flu shots a...
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    New Format for AAUW Forum, Emphasis Remains "Policies Not Politics"
    ST. GEORGE, Utah - An Oct. 3 candidates’ forum sponsored by the St. George Branch of the AAUW has been revised to an extended in-depth information conversation with question and answer session, fol...
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    Red Rock Choir Welcomes Autumn at SUU
    CEDAR CITY, Utah - As the leaves of the trees change and the temperatures start to cool down, the Red Rock Singers invite the community to enjoy the season at their fall concert, Autumn Collage, at...
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    St. George Chamber to Host Free Breakfast to Discuss Proposition 1
    ST. GEORGE, UTAH – In an effort to help members better understand Proposition 1, the St. George Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting members and other residents to an Issues Over Eggs breakfast at 7...
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    SUU Professor Recognized for Excellence at Women Tech Awards
    CEDAR CITY, Utah - Dr. Shalini Kesar, SUU associate professor of information systems, was announced as the winner of the Education Excellence Award at the 2016 Women Tech Awards, held September 22 ...
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    Dixie State University's English Department to host reading by poet Simeon Berry
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — Dixie State University will host nationally recognized poet Simeon Berry as he visits campus to participate in a poetry reading and book signing. The reading and signing is set t...
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    Dixie State University making significant progress on strategic goals
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — Sharing the progress being made on Dixie State University's strategic plan, DSU President Richard "Biff" Williams presented his State of the University Address Wednesday afternoo...
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    Fielding Garr Ranch on Antelope Island Closed Due To Storm Damage
    ANTELOPE ISLAND STATE PARK - Due to damaged sustained by Thursday's storm, the Fielding Garr Ranch at Antelope Island State Park has been closed to the public until further notice. This decision st...
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    Fall Weather brings Flash Flood warnings throughout the State of Utah
    UTAH - The National Weather Service in Salt Lake has issued a flash flood warning for the Southeastern Washington County in Utah, specifically for the town of Hildale, including the Short Creek dra...
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    National Park Service Teams Up with Omega Psi Phi to Preserve Legacies of African-American Leaders
    WASHINGTON — The National Park Service (NPS) and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. (OPPF), have signed an agreement to work together to protect, preserve, and promote the NPS sites dedicated to the le...
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    Dixie Forum to present lecture on brain research
    ST. GEORGE, Utah ­— Discussing how the ability to see, remember and perform is influenced by the ability to pay attention, Dr. David C. Somers will present at the next installment of Dixie State Un...
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    BLM Postpones Coal Lease Sale in Central Utah
    SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH  – A stay petition and appeal filed by four conservation groups to BLM's recent decision to offer federal coal for sale in Sanpete and Sevier Counties has required BLM to postp...
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    Dixie State University hosts open house of technology center September 22
    ST GEORGE, Utah - Dixie State University's Department of Computer and Information Technology is celebrating the institution's bright future with an open house of Smith's Computer Center. Celebratin...
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    World-renowned Andy Nasisse comes to the Southern Utah Museum of Art
    CEDAR CITY, Utah - The Southern Utah Museum of Art (SUMA) is excited to announce the Andy Nasisse Badlands exhibit, which will be on display from September 23 to October 31, 2016, with an artist ta...
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    U.S. News and World Report Recognizes SUU in Best Colleges List
    CEDAR CITY, Utah - Southern Utah University has been recognized as a top-level university by U.S. News and World Report’s 2017 Best Colleges list. According to the report, schools are evaluated on ...
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    The Utah Music Awards nominates two songs by Cedar Breaks © Band
    PROVO, Utah - Cedar Breaks © Band crosses the genre line with two very different songs, one "folk/country" and one in the"rock" category at the 2016 Utah Music Awards presentation September 17th in...
    Sep 19, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 40 40 recommendations | email to a friend
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