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    Author of "William Shakespeare's Star Wars" scheduled as keynote speaker at the Wooden O Symposium
    CEDAR CITY, Utah — The Wooden O Symposium, hosted by the Utah Shakespeare Festival, Southern Utah University, and the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association, is excited to announce Ian...
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    Driver identified from fatal crash near Paragonah Tuesday
    IRON COUNTY, Utah - UPDATE –The driver killed in a rollover crash on I-15 near Paragonah Tuesday has been identified as 67-year-old Gary Gregg Prutch of Centennial, Colorado. According to Utah High...
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    From serious to hilarious—DOCUTAH Documentary Film Festival announces 2015 lineup
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — Dixie State University and the DOCUTAH International Documentary Film Festival announced its 2015 lineup to be held Sept. 8-12. The Festival, now in its sixth season, receives su...
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    SUU's Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery offers collage workshop with Jonathan Talbot, acclaimed artist
    CEDAR CITY, Utah — Internationally acclaimed and recognized as one of the world's leading collage artists, Jonathan Talbot is a master of his craft and medium. In September, Talbot serves as co-cur...
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    High Meadow Fire upgraded in status due to increase in size (UPDATE)
    ST. GEORGE, Utah - UPDATE – The High Meadow Fire has increased in size to 1,063 acres as of Wednesday afternoon. "Over the weekend we had hotter, drier weather so the fire activity picked up," said...
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    Summer months looking up for local bookstore
    ST. GEORGE, Utah - + Video – Typically, the summer months in St. George tend to be a slow time of year for the economy. That’s because the hotter months tend to bring in less tourism and the snowbi...
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    Federal Lands Action Group holds first forum
    WASHINGTON, D.C. - + Video – Chairman of the Federal Lands Action Group, Rep. Chris Stewart, and Chairman of the House Committee on Natural Resources, Rep. Rob Bishop, hosted the first in a series ...
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    Allconnect “Stuff the Bus” for needy families
    ST. GEORGE, Utah - + Video – School begins in less than a month and that means students are preparing for the coming year. Many parents can’t afford to purchase new backpacks and school supplies it...
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    Southern Utah Food Bank donations down by half this summer
    ST. GEORGE, Utah - + Video –Utah Food Banks statewide are experiencing a shortage of food supplies this summer due to a lack of donations and increased demand. Traditionally the summer months are t...
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    1 dead, 1 transported by Life Flight after rollover on 1-15
    IRON COUNTY, Utah  – A 67-year-old Colorado man was killed Tuesday morning and his 43-year-old female passenger was transported by Life Flight to Dixie Regional Medical Center in St. George in crit...
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    SUU men's basketball announces 2015-16 schedule
    CEDAR CITY, Utah — Head Coach Nick Robinson and the SUU men's basketball program has announced its schedule for the upcoming 2015-16 season. The Thunderbirds will kick off their regular season slat...
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    WCSD premiers documentary Aug. 1 to kick off its 100th year celebration
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — In conjunction with the 100-year anniversary of the Washington County School District, each school throughout the district has a variety of activities planned during the coming 2...
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    Air conditioner fire causes evacuation of Burger King Monday afternoon
    WASHINGTON CITY - + Video – Employees and customers at Burger King on Red Cliffs Drive in Washington City were evacuated from the building shortly before 3:00 Monday afternoon after reports of flam...
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    New car seat design helps prevent children from being left in hot cars
    ST. GEORGE, Utah   —   A first-of-its-kind car seat is now on the market. Wal-Mart and Evenflo recently announced a new infant car seat with new technology designed to prompt a driver when there is...
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    Missing St. George man found
    ST. GEORGE, Utah   – A single father missing from St. George for the last two weeks has returned home. Greg Palmer, of St. George,   who went missing July 11 , is home safe and sound, and friends s...
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    Utah's Governor Herbert becomes chair of National Governor's Association
    WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. VA. — Utah Governor Gary Herbert officially became the new chair of the National Governors Association (NGA) at the closing session of the NGA Summer Meeting. Virginia Gov...
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    SUU art professor showcased in 100th edition of journal "Ceramics: Art and Perception"
    CEDAR CITY, Utah — The ceramics created by Susan Harris, Professor of Art in SUU's Department of Art and Design, are diverse in scope that combine a unique sense of the past with a contemporary per...
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    Consumer alert for Southern Utah residents
    ST. GEORGE, Utah - TDS customers and residents in and around the St. George area have been receiving deceptive calls and home visits regarding TDS. The callers are claiming to work for another sate...
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    U.S. Department of Education grants Utah one-year waiver from federal No Child Left Behind provisions
    SALT LAKE CITY – Utah will receive another one-year flexibility waiver from many of the more onerous provisions of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), the U.S. Department of Educatio...
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    Gold Cross Ambulance union pickets in St. George for better wages and benefits
    ST. GEORGE - + Video – Employees of Gold Cross Ambulance want a fair contract and they want it now. About a dozen employees and their family members from the company came out in protest Saturday af...
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