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    Free fishing day June 6
    UTAH — Free fishing events will be held across Utah on June 6 as part of Free Fishing Day. You don't need a license to fish in Utah on June 6. The Division of Wildlife Resources is involved with th...
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    Court to survey Cedar City and St. George court patrons next week
    ST. GEORGE —The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) is conducting a survey this summer to gauge the experience of people who are doing business with the Utah State Courts. The Access and Fair...
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    Southern Utah Veterans Home dedicates eagle “Guardian”
    IVINS CITY, Utah - + Video – The Southern Utah Veterans Home (SUVH) dedicated a new bronze statue into their courtyard Friday afternoon. The Eagle Monument is now the centerpiece of the home for al...
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    Elder L. Tom Perry thanks members and friends as health worsens
    SALT LAKE CITY — Elder L. Tom Perry, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is suffering from terminal cancer, it was reported today. The ...
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    Developer pushes for resolution from Habitat Conservation Plan, Sand Hollow land swap compromise
    ST. GEORGE   – As one of three remaining major land owners with property in the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve, developer Bob Brennan is pushing officials for a solution, offering several options includ...
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    'George Streetfest on Main' June 5 event reveal
    ST. GEORGE — George Streetfest on Main launches Friday, June 5, making history in southern Utah. In addition to a street market, stage concert, and food truck village, the new Zion Brewing Company ...
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    Utah leaders react to BLM rules to protect sage-grouse
    WASHINGTON, D.C.—Governor Herbert and the Utah Congressional delegation issued the following statements today following the announcement of the Bureau of Land Management's Final Environmental Impac...
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    Santa Clara receives Road Respect designation; city celebrates cycling: STGnews Videocast, Photo Gallery
    SANTA CLARA  – National Bike Month is coming to a close on a high note in Washington County as three new cities receive their “Road Respect Community” designations and are recognized as cities that...
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    Decomposing body found near Summit in Iron County
    IRON COUNTY – On May 22 at about 4:30 p.m., the Iron County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a location just south of Summit on a report of a found body. When Deputies arrived they were led to a ...
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    Third fatal accident in Hurricane takes the life of a 14-year-old boy
    HURRICANE - + Video – UPDATE : Hurricane Police have released the name of the 14-year-old boy killed in the fatal pedestrian crash Wednesday evening as Gavin Pryor. Gavin lived in Hurricane and att...
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    Three Arrested For Selling Heroin in Mesquite
    MESQUITE, Nev. – On Tuesday, May 26, Mesquite Police Narcotics Detectives concluded an investigation into the sales and trafficking of heroin. The detectives had been investigating multiple suspect...
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    Concert in the Park 2015 Series features Ted Vigil, John Denver Tribute artist
    ST. GEORGE — Ted Vigil not only sounds like John Denver, but he even looks like him. Vigil is a singer, songwriter and tribute artist, born in Seattle and raised in the Olympia area. He has been pe...
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    Groovefest Music & Art Festival presents 13th annual event
    CEDAR CITY - Groovefest Music & Art Festival is celebrating its 13th annual year in the beautiful, historic, downtown district of Cedar City, beginning on Monday, June 22 and running through Sunday...
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    Six track and field athletes prepare for NCAA regionals
    CEDAR CITY – As the 2014-15 seasons wind down for SUU athletics, men and women's outdoor track and field are still going strong as they prepare for the NCAA regional championships in Austin, Texas....
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    Teenage boy struck and killed by pick up truck in Hurricane
    HURRICANE — UPDATE — As the investigation continues, we have found that four juveniles were walking South on 700 West on the East side of the roadway. A 2006 Blue Toyota Tacoma driven by a 26-year-...
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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, Nev. — On Thursday, May 21, the Mesquite Police Department and local businessman David Ballweg, of Loadtec, awarded 15 scholarships at the Virgin Valley High School Scholarship Awards Pre...
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