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- by Jessi BangST. GEORGE —Utah Tech students are in mourning after a fellow student fell five stories from the Campus View Suites II Sunday morning and was pronounced dead on the scene. “We are setting up counseling services this morning at the Campus View Suites, which will also be available tomorrow to […]
- by Jessi BangST. GEORGE —With a decade in the culinary industry and a passion for pizza, this chef is serving up unique and flavorful recipes. But don’t wait – they’re only available until the ingredients run out. “All I’ve ever wanted to do is open my own pizzeria,” said Chris Tamplin, owner […]
- by ObituariesApril 8, 1938 – Nov. 27, 2022 Maria R. Noyola Ramirez, 84, passed away on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2022. She was born April 8, 1938, in La Feria, Texas, to Manuel Ramirez and Anita Noyla Castaneda. Raised in Texas, she was a hard worker at an early age. She quit […]
- Cedar City man pleads ‘no contest’ to firing gun in argument; plea to be held in abeyance for 2 yearsby Jeff RichardsCEDAR CITY — A Cedar City man who was arrested after being accused of firing a handgun during an argument with a neighbor has pleaded no contest to a single count of third-degree felony discharge of a firearm. Jonathan Koltvet, 40, entered the plea in 5th District Court on Monday […]
- by E. George GooldST. GEORGE — The two boys basketball teams projected to finish first and second in Region 10–Snow Canyon and Dixie–are both unbeaten after the first week of the season. In a busy Saturday afternoon on the hardwood, the Warriors and Flyers both posted home wins and are a combined 7-0. […]
- by or for St. George NewsAs winter approaches and the weather turns frigid, lonely singles start to put out their feelers for a warm body to snuggle up to for the cold months ahead. “Cuffing season” is upon us. This periodic dating trend sees people pair up to get through the winter only to part […]
- by or for St. George News SponsorCONTRIBUTED CONTENT — Are you stuck counting reindeer while everyone else settles in for a long winter’s nap? Maybe it’s more than just the stress of the holidays keeping you awake. With Christmas just around the corner, now is the perfect time to put a brand-new bed from Best Mattress […]
- by Haven ScottST. GEORGE — Two northbound and one southbound lane of Interstate 15 had to be closed for several hours in Washington County on Friday evening to clear the scene of a wreck. UPDATED: New information from the Utah Highway Patrol concerning direction of travel of the vehicles. At approximately 6:30 […]
- Annual event in Southern Utah shines light on suicide prevention, ignites hope during holiday seasonby Layce LundyST. GEORGE —On the Saturday preceding Thanksgiving, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention sponsors an International Survivor of Suicide Loss Day for people around the country. Teresa Willie, a prevention specialist for Washington County, helped organize this event for Southern Utah. Willie said it is a day of hope, healing […]
- by Nick YamashitaST. GEORGE — The St. George Police Department had to call in the SWAT team to handle a situation at a home in the neighborhood of Tamarisk Dr. and Basswood Circle on Saturday morning at about 10:30 a.m. Police were present at the location when it was discovered there was a […]
- by The Biden administration greatly improved supplies. But problems remain, and more is needed to increase current stocks and prevent future shortages.
- by As what has been a hectic 2022 comes to a close, here are some investing ideas to consider as 2023 approaches.
- by Joel Curtis Flores faces murder charges after allegedly shooting his landlord, Richard Harper after he tried to intervene in a domestic dispute.
- by President Biden has promised tougher standards, but USA TODAY found the government rarely enforces existing guidelines.
- Hakeem Jeffries elected House Democratic leader, making history as first Black lawmaker to lead a major party in CongressbyHakeem Jeffries was elected House Democratic leader, making history as the first Black lawmaker to lead a major party in Congress.
- by Biden, Pelosi and other Democratic leaders were reluctant to get involved in a labor dispute but said a strike would devastate the nation's economy.
- by The legislation still needs final House approval, but Senate passage marks a key milestone in efforts to enshrine gay-marriage rights in law.
- by The weather is about to get winterlike in southwestern Utah, with bitterly cold temperatures midweek giving way to rain and snow by the weekend.
- by A 31-year-old woman was found dead in Zion National Park this week after hiking the Narrows trail in cold weather.
- by Federal permit programs that let people cut their own trees on public lands are now open. Here is how to embrace your inner lumberjack this holiday season.
- A South Jordan man is accused of pulling a gun on a man who tried to tell him to be patient as an elderly woman crossed the street. The same man is currently faces human trafficking charges.
- Two people died following a collision with a box truck in West Valley City on Saturday afternoon, West Valley police said.
- Utah voters might be ready to move on from Donald Trump.
- It was a whirlwind, three-day trip to Washington, D.C., for Clark Ivory and his team. Almost to the hour, the itinerary was jam-packed with all things housing.
- An art piece honoring retired U.S. Sen. Edwin Jacob "Jake" Garn was unveiled on Saturday at the Salt Lake City International Airport.
- Most people living in 15 of the state's 29 counties reside in a pulmonology desert — living at least an hour's drive away from the closest pulmonologist. And Native Americans are disproportionately impacted.
- A gunshot through an upstairs window in Saratoga Springs was concerning to more than just one family Friday as others in the Hawks Landing and Fox Hollow neighborhoods said this had happened before and were asking for help so it didn't happen again.
- There's a big push this holiday season to shop small, as in small business. The locally owned, Tutoring Toy, right off Foothill Boulevard in Salt Lake City, has a lot to offer.
- The ceiling of a Cedar City dessert shop suddenly collapsed Wednesday night, sending a large section of drywall and insulation crashing down below.
- A community is frustrated after three fires broke out at the same row of vacant homes in Salt Lake City's Ballpark neighborhood in just the past week.
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- by Jordan MillerThree followers of Samuel Bateman, the leader of a small new offshoot of the polygamous Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, have been accused of abducting eight girls from Arizona child welfare officials.
- by Kolbie PetersonA Kanab man was charged with murder in 3rd District Court on Friday in connection with the killing of a woman outside a nightclub. Nichole Olsen, 29, was killed during an argument in Salt Lake City in November.
- Officials took girls from a historically polygamous community on the Utah-Arizona border. Then the girls went missing.by Jessica Miller, Trent NelsonGirls who had been state custody since a September FBI raid in Colorado City, Ariz., went missing Sunday, but have since been found in Spokane, court records say.
- by Rebecca Boone | Associated Presst’s been nearly three weeks since four University of Idaho students were found stabbed to death, riling up thousands of would-be armchair sleuths, many of whom are posting speculation and unfounded rumors online.
- Here’s how Utah drivers can be safe in winter conditions – and which roads are most dangerous in snowby Jordan MillerEvery winter, many of northern Utah’s skiers and commuters alike ask the same question during a snowstorm: How’s Parley’s Canyon?
- by Leia LarsenTribal members will restore a river that witnessed one of the bloodiest massacres in U.S. history.
- by Mark EddingtonElected officials in Virgin, a small town 22 miles northeast of St. George, are in a forgiving mood about the illegal salary increases the previous mayor and Town Council gave themselves between fiscal years 2018 and 2022.
- by Sheila McCann, Trent NelsonAn FBI affidavit details recordings from Samuel Bateman and other statements that allege sexual misconduct, including with underage girls.
- by Alixel CabreraNancy Long, founder of West Jordan's Gardner Village, died last month at 82. Her legacy includes not only a shopping village that doubles as a time capsule, but an entrepreneurial spirit she gifted to her children.
- by Benjamin Weiser | The New York TimesJohnny Hincapie was convicted with six others in the fatal 1990 New York subway stabbing of Brian Watkins, a 22-year-old Utah tourist. He spent years in prison but now has been exonerated.
- by Kelsey DallasRon Taylor holds Arctic Circle fries and fry sauce at his home in Orem on Thursday, June 16, 2022.Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News As a transplant to Utah from the Midwest, I can’t help but notice the foods, drinks and tourist attractions that make the Beehive State unique. I also […]
- by Katie McKellarClark Ivory, CEO of Ivory Homes, left, and Jenna Louie, director of strategy and operations at Ivory Innovations, tour new town houses in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022.Katie McKellar, Deseret News It was a whirlwind, three-day trip to Washington, D.C., for Clark Ivory and his team. Almost to […]
- by Dennis RomboyFormer President Donald Trump announces he is running for president for the third time at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, on Nov. 15, 2022.Andrew Harnik, Associated Press Utah voters might be ready to move on from Donald Trump.The former president didn’t fare well in a new Deseret News/Hinckley Institute of […]
- by Ashley NashYour tax return might be smaller next year.Adobe Stock 2023 tax returns could potentially be smaller than they were in 2022, due to a change in the way charitable donations are deducted, the IRS reported. Why? One of the reasons tax returns may be smaller next year is because there […]
- by Jan WesternPharmaceuticals are seen in North Andover, Mass., in this undated photo. Federal price controls on prescription medication could help consumers but also hinder drug research.Elise Amendola, Associated Press Federal price controls on prescription medication offer a seemingly easy solution to the serious challenge patients face in paying for their drugs. But […]
- by Readers' ForumSupporters of the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments attend a watch party at the Radisson Hotel in Salt Lake City on Friday, Oct. 8, 2021, to view President Joe Biden sign a proclamation in Washington restoring the monuments to their original boundaries.Scott G Winterton, Deseret News Gov. Spencer […]
- Elon Musk and Matt Taibbi report on Twitter’s decision to censor the Hunter Biden laptop story in 2020by Joshua LeePresident Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden leave Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Johns Island, S.C., after attending a Mass, Saturday, Aug. 13, 2022.Manuel Balce Ceneta, Associated Press Elon Musk tweeted on Friday that he would publish the internal discussion among Twitter executives that led to the decision to […]
- by Grayson MasseyAn oil rig drills a well near Roosevelt on Sunday, March 13, 2022.Scott G Winterton, Deseret News President Joe Biden’s executive order forcing the Department of the Interior to reconsider all oil and gas leases on public land has now successfully blocked the development of 6,000 new oil and natural […]
- by Brigham TomcoChristopher Sandridge teaches his daughter Christina the voting process as he casts a ballot at the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Community Center on the Southside of Chicago, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022.Charles Rex Arbogast. Associated Press The “red ripple” that barely carried Republicans to a House majority in last month’s […]
- by Ron E. ClaiborneDemonstrators stand outside of the U.S. Supreme Court as the court hears arguments over the Indian Child Welfare Act on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2022, in Washington. The Supreme Court is wrestling with a challenge to a federal law that gives preference to Native American families in foster care and adoption […]
- Utah Tech University Athletics announced on Thursday that it has entered a five-year partnership with doTERRA to create a new nutrition center for Trailblazer student-athletes.
- Utah Tech Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Ken Beazer announced on Monday that longtime Utah sportscaster Rod Zundel has been named as the director of broadcasting and multimedia content for Trailblazer Athletics and will be the new radio voice for football and men's basketball.
- Utah Tech University Athletics announced on Thursday that it has agreed to a new five-year multimedia agreement with Canyon Media Corporation.
- The Western Athletic Conference announced on Friday that the league's Board of Directors voted to allow transitioning members Utah Tech University and Tarleton State University to participate in all conference championships, beginning with the upcoming 2022-23 competition season.
- The Dixie State University Athletic Department combined to post a 3.25 cumulative GPA among its 15 varsity sports for the 2021-22 academic year. This year's GPA included a 3.241 spring GPA, to go with last fall's 3.25 average, which marked the 10th-straight semester and the 15th semester in the last […]
- With the impending transition to NCAA Division I status, we at Dixie State Athletics thought this would be a good time to reflect on some of the greatest moments of DSU's 14-year Division II era. Dixie State has experienced multiple individual and team conference championships and region titles, as well […]
- UPDATED – RMAC Suspends Spring Sports and Travel Until April 6, Remaining 2020 Dixie State Home Athletics Events Closed to SpectatorsThe Dixie State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, in accordance to direction from the NCAA COVID-19 Advisory Panel, announced on Thursday that attendance to all remaining Trailblazer home athletic events for the 2020 spring season will closed to the public until further notice.
- This page will list the newest members of the Dixie State Trailblazers as faxes are received and officially approved by the Dixie State Compliance Office. Per NCAA and department rules, DSU Athletics will announce a signee when the program has received and Compliance has verified the signee's National Letter of […]
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- by Kevin ReynoldsBYU accepts bid to New Mexico Bowl, will play SMU
- by Josh NewmanThe University of Utah awaits its Rose Bowl opponent, which is likely to be Penn State
- by Aaron FalkThe Aggies won five of their final seven games to get bowl eligible.
- by Alex VejarUtah quarterback Cam Rising responds to the message USC QB Caleb Williams had written on his nails during the Pac-12 Championship game
- by Eric WaldenUtah Jazz guard Jordan Clarkson acknowledged being "super-upset" about not getting a foul call for being knocked out of the air on a dunk attempt Saturday vs. the Blazers, calling for referees to be subject to more "accountability."
- by Andy LarsenThree thoughts on the Jazz's defense on Anfernee Simons (who scored 45 points), the foul on Jordan Clarkson (and how the refs missed it), and how Damian Lillard was tweeting about Jarred Vanderbilt after the game.
- by Pat Graham | The Associated PressDeion Sanders is taking over as head coach at Colorado, bringing his charisma and larger-than-life persona to a beleaguered Pac-12 program that’s plunged to the bottom of college football.
- by The Associated PressKruz Perrott-Hunt’s 26 points helped South Dakota defeat BYU 69-68 on Saturday afternoon at Vivint Arena.
- by Aaron FalkPortland Trailblazers guard Gary Payton II returned to Salt Lake Community College for a jersey retirement ceremony.
- by Eric WaldenAs the World Cup enters the knockout rounds, Utah Jazz coach Will Hardy and rookie center Walker Kessler reveal their respective soccer backgrounds
Art and Living Utah
- by Sean P. MeansLook Ahead: Avalanche Awareness Week, a Celtic Woman concert for Christmas, and a screening of the classic documentary "Grey Gardens."
- Scott D. Pierce: Is Will Smith sorry for the slap, or sorry that it hurt his image and his new Apple TV+ movie?by Scott D. PierceApple spent a fortune on "Emancipation" and expected it to be a strong contender at the Oscars, but then Will Smith slapped Chris Rock and, in an instant, went from Hollywood good guy to Hollywood pariah.
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