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Spring Home, Garden Fair set for April 21-22
The 2017 Spring Home and Garden Fair will be April 21-22 at the Diamond Z arena at the Cross Hollows Event Center in Cedar City. With the 2016 show being the most successful on record thus far, the...
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Ideological conflicts addressed at panel
SUU students had the opportunity to hear from members of the community who have experience dealing with ideological conflicts last Thursday in the Leavitt Center of the Sharwan Smith Student Center...
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Pizza and Politics popular for college students
SUU students, faculty and staff had the opportunity to share their thoughts about global warming during last week’s Pizza and Politics, held at the Leavitt Center in the Sharwan Smith Student Cente...
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Dismissal of federal government protection for prairie dogs overruled
Utah prairie dogs will once again enjoy the protections of the federal government following a ruling this week by an appeals court that found a federal judge erred in his 2014 decision. What this m...
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New Deseret Industries to open April 20
Deseret Industries, also known as D.I., an LDS non-profit chain of thrift stores featuring vocational training and donation processing, will open a new retail store on April 20 in Cedar City betwee...
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Festival of Excellence showcases student projects
April 4 classes were canceled at SUU for the Festival of Excellence, a conference where students, faculty and staff have the opportunity to present projects they’ve been working on to their peers. ...
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Prevention officials concerned over increases in marijuana, e-cigarette use
by Craig Bennett Iron County Today
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How big a problem does the population in the State of Utah have when it comes to drug and alcohol abuse? According to, Utah has experienced a nearly 400 person increase in deaths fr...
Students get down on the farm for Field Day
by Kelsey Keener Iron County Today
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Third graders from 10 schools in Iron County had the chance to get a hands-on learning experience from community members involved in agriculture. Farm Field Day was held March 27 and 28 at the Diam...
Women's crisis center shares mission with public
by Holly Coombs
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CEDAR CITY--In celebration of the Canyon Creek Women’s Crisis Center’s 20th year, the staff put on an Open House last Friday, where the public were invited to tour the 95 N. Main St. building, abov...
Cosmic Contemplations: A Giant Approaches
by Zach Schierl Cedar Breaks National Monument
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Observant skywatchers may have noticed a bright star rising over the foothills shortly after sunset the past several weeks. This object, which currently outshines all other stars in the night sky, ...
Funds, property support Enoch City Dog Park development
by Holly Coombs
Mar 30, 2017 | 0 0 comments | 52 52 recommendations | email to a friend
ENOCH--The process of a dog park development at 6200 N. Minersville Highway with support from Friends of Festival Country K-9s is underway. The property, about three acres, was purchased by Enoch C...
Enoch City implements disc golf to bring community unity
by Holly Coombs
Mar 30, 2017 | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend
ENOCH--Disc golf cages have been installed around Enoch City as a community unity project headed by Enoch City Council Member Jolene Lee. Lee said she got the idea about a year ago when she was in ...
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