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Roadside fire destroys almost an acre of DOT land
CEDAR CITY – Roadside fires are becoming more common as summer nears and vegetation loses its moisture to the advancing drought. The Cedar City Fire Department scrambled four trucks to a fire that ...
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Man collapses and dies on College Avenue in Cedar coll
CEDAR CITY – A 35-year-old Cedar City man died after he collapsed Wednesday at approximately 5 p.m. near Lunt Motor Company. Police Chief Bob Allinson said the man was walking down the street on Co...
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SUU student tells story of fleeing the Taliban to find hope in Cedar City
CEDAR CITY – Mohammad Ayoub Nikpai, or Nik, left the Afghani rice patties that hid him from Taliban bullets for the freedom and safety of Utah after Staff Sgt. Whitney Houston, U.S. Army, learned N...
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  • Iron County Republican Party elects new leadership
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    by Phil Roche | SUU Associate Professor, Library Media
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