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  • by Jessi Bang
    ST. GEORGE — When a shop’s tagline reads “Quite possibly the coolest store ever,” you know you have to see it for yourself. Rise & Wander is an outdoor travel boutique that opened in November 2022, and owner Monica Bracken said it was something she felt St. George needed. “The best […]
  • by E. George Goold
    ST. GEORGE — In the end, the T-Birds just ran out of gas in the semifinals of the Discount Tire College Basketball Invitational on Tuesday night. Southern Utah University saw its men’s basketball season come to a hard-luck finish after the Thunderbirds battled Eastern Kentucky through regulation and two overtimes […]
  • by Obituaries
    Feb. 12, 1956-March 13, 2023 Tina Lavere Burraston Bagley passed away on March 13, 2023, in Washington, Utah. She was born on Feb. 12, 1956, in Tooele, Utah. Throughout her childhood she lived mostly in Tooele, Utah, but also briefly lived in Huntsville, Alabama, El Paso, Texas, and Taipei, Taiwan. […]
  • by Cody Blowers
    ST. GEORGE — A Washington City man accused of sexually assaulting a preschooler is in jail on rape and kidnapping charges following an interview at the police department where authorities say he admitted to additional felony crimes involving children. On Thursday, 59-year-old Philip John Wyler Cook was arrested and charged […]
  • by Stephanie DeGraw
    ST. GEORGE — Three vehicle crashes in Southern Utah on Tuesday were caused by drivers traveling too fast for icy conditions on Interstate 15, a Utah Highway Patrol spokesman said. “Our No. 1 cause for accidents during adverse weather conditions is drivers going too fast for the conditions,” Utah Highway […]
  • by or for St. George News
    ST. GEORGE — In keeping with a 19-year tradition, the Art Around the Corner Foundation is once again partnering with the City of St. George to bring world-class public art to downtown. On April 1, dozens of new sculptures and works of 3D art will be installed in Historic Town […]
  • by Mori Kessler
    ST. GEORGE — Former St. George City Manager Gary Esplin was recognized with an award last week from the Utah Golf Association for his 40 years of support and promotion of golf on the local level. Esplin was presented with the Charles Nibley Excellence in Golf Promotion Award during a […]
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    CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — During Women’s History Month, TDS shines the spotlight on TDS field service technician Lisa Rivas and all its women associates making history by working in the tech field and in jobs traditionally held by men. TDS applauds Rivas and the impact she’s having in the field of […]
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    SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Spencer Cox on Monday signed a bill that requires Utah law enforcement officers to conduct lethality assessments when responding to reports of domestic violence between intimate partners. Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson was a strong proponent of the bill after her cousin, Amanda “Mandy” Mayne, was killed by Mayne’s […]
  • by Nick Yamashita
    ST. GEORGE — During the Utah Food Banks’ annual sponsored Feed Utah food drive, the Southern Distribution Center, received over 54,000 pounds of donated food and counting on Saturday. “It was phenomenal,” Utah Food Bank Southern Distribution Center Director Jacob Miner said. “We had an outstanding response — even more […]

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  • by Joshua Lee
    New York Police officers wait for instructions around the courthouse ahead of former President Donald Trump’s anticipated indictment on Tuesday, March 21, 2023, in New York. A New York grand jury investigating Trump over a hush money payment to a porn star appears poised to complete its work soon as […]
  • by Derek Monson
    Eliza Anderson, Deseret News The 2024 presidential election cycle is slowly building momentum with a new headline each day speculating on who will, or will not, announce a candidacy. As the campaigns accelerate, they will add fuel to the fire of election policy debates in the West. Two personal stories […]
  • by Holly Richardson
    Carrie Moore, executive director of The Bradley Center for Grieving Children and Families, hugs Angela Child, mother of 19-year-old Angel Stringfellow who was ejected during a single vehicle rollover, after a press conference where family members shared stories about losing a child in motor vehicle crashes on Nov. 18, 2015.Laura […]
  • by Tad Walch
    BYU President Kevin J Worthen is emotional as he is released from his position by Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during a BYU devotional at the Marriott Center in Provo on Tuesday, March 21, 2023.Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News BYU President Kevin […]
  • by Lottie Elizabeth Johnson
    Journey lead singer Arnel Pineda performs during the 35th annual Stadium of Fire at the LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo Saturday, July 4, 2015. Journey returns to headline Stadium of Fire this year. Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News The rock band Journey hits a major milestone this year, reaching half […]
  • by Carter Williams
    Scott G Winterton, Deseret News The first wave of a major storm system arrived in Utah on Monday, bringing all sorts of wacky weather on the first day of spring, including rain, lightning and snow in the valleys.Over an inch of rain fell in New Harmony in southern Utah, while […]
  • by Bridger Beal-Cvetko
    Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, speaks at an election night party in Salt Lake City on Nov. 8, 2022. Lee aired his grievances about the Federal Reserve this weekend, saying it is to blame for inflation and questioning its role in monetary policy. Scott G Winterton, Deseret News Sen. Mike Lee […]
  • by Emily Ashcraft
    Rick Bowmer, Associated Press Actress Gwyneth Paltrow appeared in a Park City courtroom Tuesday on the first day of a trial to consider whether she is at fault for injuring a man while skiing at Deer Valley Resort seven years ago.Paltrow sat next to her lawyers and appeared engaged in […]
  • by Kyle Dunphey
    Melcita Stanley hauls water for her livestock to her property in the Narrow Canyon area of the Navajo Nation in Arizona on Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022. The Supreme Court is currently hearing arguments concerning water rights on the Navajo Nation.Spenser Heaps, Deseret News The Navajo Nation could have a slight […]
  • by Pat Reavy
    Draper police are asking South Mountain residents to check their security cameras for possible evidence that could help them figure out who caused an apparent explosion Saturday morning near the Salt Lake County Flight Park.Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News Draper police are asking for residents in the South Mountain area […]


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