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    Missing elderly man with dementia found safe; Project Lifesaver option
    ST. GEORGE   – An elderly man who was described as having dementia went missing in St. George Friday night and was found safe thanks to an alert citizen. Around 8:30 p.m., it was reperted to police...
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    Roundup in the sky: 3-day Balloons & Tunes festival launches in Kanab; STGnews Videocast, Photo Gallery
    KANAB   – A drab, gray sky exploded with color Friday morning as balloon enthusiasts from all over the country launched their bright vessels into the February sky, kicking off the very first Balloo...
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    Police collar suspect in rash of Mesquite burglaries
    MESQUITE, Nevada   – A 33-year-old man allegedly involved in multiple home burglaries was arrested in Mesquite, Nevada, Thursday. The Mesquite Police Department announced Friday afternoon that offi...
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    Concerns linger over mental evaluations for teen murder suspect
    ST. GEORGE   – A recent mental evaluation declaring a teen murder suspect mentally competent drew “serious misgivings” from the defense, who told the court in St. George Thursday that he believes t...
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    KTIM Radio goes dark amid changes, principals tangle
    ST. GEORGE —   Radio station KTIM-LP, erratically on the air since 2006 from various locations throughout St. George,   ceased broadcasting their eclectic format on 95.3 FM in St. George Feb. 17 an...
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    Two Southern Utah businesses gain international awards
    ST. George – Two southern Utah companies are now the proud recipients of the Vanguard in International Business Awards. The awards, in partnership with the Utah Department of Workforce Service and ...
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    FCC’s Open Internet rules; death to the Internet? Utah congressmen react
    ST. GEORGE –  The Federal Communications Commission’s “Open Internet Order: New Rules to Protect an Open Internet” announced Thursday, aims, the FCC says, to protect free expression and innovation ...
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    Senator Hatch reacts to FCC vote advancing sweeping Net Neutrality rules
    Washington D.C. — Senator Orrin G. Hatch, member and former chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, issued the following statement following the FCC's passage of new internet regulations. "The ...
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    City officials visit tree farm, water treatment facility
    ST. GEORGE   – On a hill overlooking the regional water reclamation facility on the edge of the Bloomington neighborhood of St. George is the city’s tree farm. Row after row of young trees, up to 1...
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    New Call Sign Announced for St. George Community Radio
    (ST. GEORGE, UT) - KDXI-LP are the new call letters replacing KTIM-LP for Wastecon Environmental, Inc.'s community radio station, now silent while relocating its transmitter and antenna to Webb Hil...
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    House leaders halt Healthy Utah; Gov. Herbert responds
    SALT LAKE CITY —   The Healthy Utah Plan proposed by Utah Gov. Gary Herbert may be on its way to getting tossed out of the 2015 Legislative Session, even though the bill passed the Senate the same ...
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    News short: Police seek help in credit card fraud case
    ST. GEORGE –  The St. George Police Department issued a statement Thursday seeking the public’s help in identifying a suspect. The man pictured is wanted in connection with a case of credit card th...
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    West Bountiful voted best water in Utah for 2015
    ST. GEORGE — + Video – Who has the best water in Utah? A distinguished panel of judges rated three water samples submitted to the Rural Water Association of Utah. The judges were asked to select th...
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    Winter Storm Watch issued for 5 Southern Utah counties
    SOUTHERN UTAH –  The National Weather Service has issued a “Winter Storm Watch” for Washington, Iron, Kane, Garfield and Beaver counties, effective 7 p.m. Friday through 8 p.m. Sunday. Affected are...
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    Explore: Cascade into Lower Calf Creek Falls, Escalante Canyons; STGnews Videocast
    BOULDER, UTAH   — With spring drawing near waterfalls come streaming over Southern Utah rocks and one of those worth a visit descends about 126 feet down the Escalante canyon in Grand Staircase-Esc...
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    Former senator announces cancer diagnosis; officials respond
    SALT LAKE CITY –  Former Sen. Bob Bennett announced Wednesday that he is battling pancreatic cancer. There’s not a firm prognosis at this stage Bennett, 81, posted on his   Facebook page   Wednesda...
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    Sheriff Pulsipher named Citizen of the Year; STGnews Videocast
    ST. GEORGE   – Washington County Sheriff Cory Pulsipher was honored as Citizen of the Year 2014 Wednesday by the Lester Keate Post 90 of the American Legion at the Legion building, 245 N. 200 West,...
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    Longtime art professor talks on ‘Why art, why is it important?’
    ST. GEORGE  — Dixie State University President’s Colleagues meet Monday for the 6th time this school year with a presentation by longtime DSU art professor Glen Blakley, addressing the questions,“W...
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    Experts dish about chocolate: The good, the bad, the delicious; STGnews Videocast
    ST. GEORGE   – About 25 people attended a “Chocoholics Anonymous” workshop held at Hale Chiropractic Wednesday night where they were greeted with plates of chocolate labeled only with numbers, a ta...
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    Council lowers impact fees, denies zone change in Washington Fields
    WASHINGTON CITY   – City officials approved reduced impact fees related to its parks and recreation master plan and denied a request to turn a small parcel of land into commercial property along Wa...
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