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Burglaries near Parowan still unsolved
Iron County Sheriffs are actively looking for suspects related to a series of cabin burglaries that took place early August just north of Yankee Meadows Reservoir.
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SUU students perform foot clinics at emergency shelter
CEDAR CITY – For most people, touching the feet of complete strangers is not considered an enjoyable activity on a sunny summer evening. Yet, for two Southern Utah University students, this is the ...
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Iron County School District bus involved in crash
ENOCH – A large truck collided with an Iron County School District bus Wednesday morning at the intersection of State Route 130 and Midvalley Road.
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Arts & Ent


  • Logano owns the night at Bristol
    by Tom Zulewski, Sports Writer @Tomzsports
    08.26.15 - 11:14 pm
  • Falcon soccer fights hard, earns tie with Tigers
    by Tom Zulewski, Sports Writer @Tomzsports
    08.26.15 - 11:03 pm
  • Despite slow start, CV football cruises past Beaver
    by Tom Zulewski, Sports Writer @Tomzsports
    08.26.15 - 10:59 pm
  • Opinion

  • From bats to Borodin
    by Sara Penny
    08.26.15 - 08:35 am
  • Ask a Specialist: The Benefits of Family Routines
    by Kathleen Riggs, USU Extension family and consumer sciences professor, Iron County
    08.26.15 - 08:21 am
  • Schools


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