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    City OKs Little Valley Pickleball expansion, Mall Drive shopping center advances
    ST. GEORGE   – The Little Valley Pickleball Complex is on its way to doubling in size thanks to a unanimous vote by the City Council Thursday approving an agreement with an engineering consulting f...
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    Take your coat off for music, art, charity at Jazzy’s
    ST. GEORGE   — Friday night at Jazzy’s, 285 N. Bluff St., St. George, is about to get artsy as the coffee shop, grill and live music venue plays host to a unique music and painting collaboration. T...
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    FLDS trust auctions off Meadowayne Dairy, fire station, almost 1,000 acres
    HILDALE   – More than 50 properties located in the twin communities of Hildale and Colorado City, Arizona, including unfinished homes, commercial buildings, raw acreage and vacant lots, will be auc...
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    LaVerkin man sentenced for manslaughter
    ST. GEORGE   – A LaVerkin man was sentenced to serve two years in jail for manslaughter and obstruction of justice in 5th District Court in St. George Thursday. The charges stem from an October 201...
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    Trouble for Healthy Utah; Committee votes in favor of opposing ‘Utah Cares’ proposal
    SALT LAKE CITY —   Gov. Gary Herbert’s proposed Healthy Utah Plan made it past the Senate and into the House of Representatives, but that may be where its journey ends in the 2015 General Session. ...
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    Big Brothers Big Sisters aims to strike gold with ‘Bowl For Kids’ Sake’
    ST. GEORGE   — Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah is hosting its annual “Bowl For Kids’ Sake” event March 28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Dixie Bowl, 146 E. City Center St. in St. George. We hope that pe...
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    White Collar Crime Registry introduced to protect citizens from financial crime felons
    UTAH  — Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes highlighted National Consumer Protection Week, March 1-7, by promoting a legislative solution he has championed to address white collar crimes and affinity ...
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    Storms boost snowpack, but dry year persists; STGnews Videocast
    ST. GEORGE   – After what may seem like weeks of rain, and lots of fresh snow in the mountains, how is the water outlook for Washington County? Better, but not great, said Ron Thompson, general man...
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    LaVerkin man arrested for attempted kidnapping outside Hurricane High School
    HURRICANE –  A  39-year-old LaVerkin man, Earl B. Chappell, has been arrested in connection with an attempted kidnapping Wednesday morning in which he allegedly displayed a gun and followed a Hurri...
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    Nondiscrimination, religious liberties bill unveiled, praised by officials
    SALT LAKE CITY   – Proposed legislation aiming to safeguard religious liberties while also extending protections in housing and employment to the state’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender citi...
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    Driver dies from rollover on I-15; officials release identity; family comments
    ST. GEORGE   – The man involved in a rollover on northbound Interstate 15, near milepost 16, Tuesday has died after succumbing to his injuries sustained as a result of the crash, Utah Highway Patro...
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    Caught on video: Man allegedly crashes, flees from police, then crashes again
    ST. GEORGE —   A man was taken into police custody Tuesday after allegedly crashing his truck and leaving the scene of the accident, evading police and then wrecking his vehicle a second time — and...
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    BLM invites nominations for Reclamation, Sustainable Mineral Development awards
    WASHINGTON, D.C.   — The Bureau of Land Management is seeking nominations for the 2015 Reclamation and Sustainable Mineral Development Awards. The deadline to submit nominations is April 22. “The B...
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    ‘Utah Business’ magazine names Town & Country Bank president as CEO of the Year
    ST. GEORGE — The state’s leading business publication, Utah Business, has given its 2015 CEO of The Year Award to Town & Country Bank president Bruce Jensen. The award “honors executives who exude ...
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    News LIVE: Hurricane schools, lock-out lifted, suspect still at large; press conference VIDEO, updated 1 p.m.
    NEWS LIVE: This report contains news live as it develops and is being  updated continuously. Bookmark and refresh the page periodically for updates. Updates 9:04 a.m.   – Search for suspect section...
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    St. George Steel worker injured when steel beam falls on him
    ST. GEORGE –   A man was transported to the hospital Tuesday after a steel beam fell on him at St. George Steel. An employee at St. George Steel, 1301 E. 700 North, sustained serious injuries to hi...
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    Council to fund St. George-to-Zion bus study, adds right-of-way priorities
    ST. GEORGE   – Funding was approved Tuesday for an in-depth study of bus service between St. George and Zion National Park at the annual meeting of the Washington County Council of Governments. Pre...
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    PAWSitively Unique Boutique celebrates grand reopening, new location
    ST. GEORGE   – The St. George P.A.W.S., providing animals with support, invites the public to celebrate the grand reopening of their unique thrift store, PAWsitively Unique Boutique Saturday from 1...
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    St. George hosts Pro Watercross Racing event
    ST. GEORGE —  St. George and Sand Hollow State Park have been selected to host one of the national stops during this summer’s Pro Watercross Tour — the country’s leading personal watercraft racing ...
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    Travelers near Cedar City warned of whiteout conditions
    NEAR CEDAR CITY I-15 - As temperatures began to plummet Tuesday afternoon, travelers on I-15 watched the rain turn to snow. Water soaked roads quickly turned to slush as the thermometer dropped to ...
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