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New economic development director selected
CEDAR CITY – The Cedar City Council considered and approved Mayor Maile Wilson’s recommendation that Danny Stewart become the city’s new economic development director at the council’s Oct. 8 meetin...
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Women’s crisis center fundraiser a success
CEDAR CITY – The Canyon Creek Women’s Crisis Center raised more than $10,000 during its third annual Go Out For Shelter event on Oct. 9. Several restaurants from around Iron County donated a percen...
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Parowan City office plans moving forward
PAROWAN — The Parowan City Council discussed plans for a new city office building at its regular meeting Oct. 9. The meeting opened with council members walking around the city-owned land along Mai...
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Escaped bull injures two people
CEDAR CITY – At approximately 7 a.m. on Oct. 13, officers from the Cedar City Police Department responded to the area of 400 S. and 700 W. in Cedar City on a report of a loose cow. Officers arrived...
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State Park to host annual paranormal findings event
CEDAR CITY – The Frontier Homestead State Park will kick off the Halloween season by hosting its annual More Than Ghost Stories: Paranormal Investigations in Southern Utah event during which Southe...
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Practicing civility and compassion
It’s ironic, at the very least. Utah, one of the most conservative states in the nation, a state proactive in its laws and ballot referendums to prohibit recognition of same-sex marriage, is now in...
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Domestic abuse doesn’t dampen fan enthusiasm
by Bryan Gray
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It has been over a month since the National Football League publicly wrestled with its image and suspended Ray Rice, one of its stars, for slugging his girlfriend in an elevator. Some writers quest...
Judd Family Farm continues fall harvest traditions
by COREY BAUMGARTNER
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PARAGONAH – Since 1997, the Judd family farm has carved out a family tradition of fun for all ages. The current caretakers, Russell and Nikell Judd, have been at the helm for nine years and have be...
Robinson Family Pumpkin Patch provides adventure
by COREY BAUMGARTNER
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CEDAR CITY – If you haven’t picked your perfect pumpkin yet, the Robinson Family Pumpkin Patch in Cedar City may just have the one you’re looking for. While perhaps not as convenient as heading to ...
Library gala celebrates tradition of volunteerism in county
by COREY BAUMGARTNER
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CEDAR CITY – Friends of the Gerald R. Sherratt Library and members of the community gathered to honor volunteerism in Iron County at the library’s sixth annual gala on Oct 11. The gala not only hon...
Principal Aitken focuses on character at CV Middle
by Jeff Lowe
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CEDAR CITY – Canyon View Middle School Principal Conrad Aitken understands his students are going through a unique time of life, a time filled with change, peer pressure, growth and confusion. This...
SUU Ceramics Guild’s Chili  Bowl Sale a tasty fundraiser
by MIchael French, SUU CPVA
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CEDAR CITY – The ever-popular SUU Ceramics Guild’s annual Chili Bowl Sale extends to two weeks this year and in two locations. Week one the event will be in its usual locale, the Living Room of the...
National News
DALLAS (AP) -- Ebola fears began to ease for some Monday as a monitoring period passed for those who had close contact with a victim of the disease and after a cruise ship scare ended with the boat returning to port and a lab worker on board testing negative for the virus....
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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) -- After finding remains that could be University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, authorities interviewed nearby residents and picked through leaves on the side of a sparsely populated highway, searching for any clues or evidence....
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HONOLULU (AP) -- Hawaii residents started to relax Sunday after days of keeping a cautious eye on Hurricane Ana, which was downgraded by late afternoon into a tropical storm....
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