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Council finds in favor of deputy, county appeals
IRON COUNTY – The Iron County Career Service Council awarded former Sheriff’s Deputy Jody Edwards his job back and ordered Iron County to find a position for him with the Sheriff’s Department.
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Utah Farm Bureau to host Midyear Conference in Cedar City
CEDAR CITY – The Utah Farm Bureau Federation will be having its annual Midyear Conference July 16-17 at Southern Utah University in Cedar City.
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Local leaders meet to launch new domestic violence homicide prevention program
CEDAR CITY – Local political leaders, victim services professionals and members of law enforcement met at the Heritage Center in Cedar City July 10 to receive training in a proactive attempt to pre...
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Cedar City Council approves key bills and ordinances
CEDAR CITY – During their July 8 meeting, the Cedar City Council members and other community leaders met to discuss important topics concerning Cedar City and its citizens.
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Parowan rescinds decision on city building location
PAROWAN – The Parowan City Council vacated its previous decision to construct a new city building on property just south of the library near the veterans’ memorial during a special city council mee...
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City discusses RAP tax uses at special meeting
CEDAR CITY – The Cedar City Council invited the chairs of the RAP tax committees as well as representatives of recreation, arts and parks entities to discuss possible changes in the way RAP tax fun...
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Council discusses building sites for new city office
by Ashley Langston
Sep 03, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 115 115 recommendations | email to a friend
PAROWAN – The location of a new city office building was discussed at the Aug. 28 Parowan City Council meeting, and the council narrowed it down to three options, directing staff to explore them fu...
Constitutional jurisdiction resolution passed in Enoch
by Weslie Graham
Aug 27, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 114 114 recommendations | email to a friend
ENOCH – The Enoch City Council discussed a Constitutional Jurisdiction Resolution with County Commissioner Dave Miller and heard a drainage project update during its regular meeting Aug. 20. Miller...
Council hears report about possible untapped aquifer
by Kristen Daniel
Sep 12, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 150 150 recommendations | email to a friend
CEDAR CITY – The city council Sept. 5 heard the opinion of a geologist that there is a significant source of untapped groundwater west of town, separate from the Cedar Valley Aquifer. Geologist Gar...
Council discusses drainage
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ENOCH – City Manager Rob Dotson briefed city councilmembers on city ordinances currently in place regarding drainage and the council discussed drainage with Dotson, other staff, and members of the ...
Council approves budgets, selection of city engineer
by Ashley Langston
Jun 27, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 146 146 recommendations | email to a friend
ENOCH – The city council unanimously approved the revised 2011-2012 budget and the budget for the new 2012-2013 fiscal year at its June 20 meeting, and approved the hiring of Watson Engineering Com...
City discusses sign problems in downtown, angled parking
by Kristen Daniel
Jun 27, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 149 149 recommendations | email to a friend
CEDAR CITY – The city council and Mayor Joe Burgess discussed solutions for code violations for business signs downtown and heard a proposal to implement angled parking along Main Street Park on 10...
National News
BOSTON (AP) -- The life and legacy of President John F. Kennedy, who died at 46, will be celebrated on the day he would have turned 100....
2017-05-29 07:27:15 -0600
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Muslims in Portland, Oregon, thanked the community for its support and said they were raising money for the families of two men who were killed when they came to the defense of two young women - one wearing a hijab - who were targeted by an anti-Muslim rant....
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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- A Virginia State Police special agent fatally shot by a convicted felon in a Richmond public housing complex was remembered Sunday as a man dedicated to improving the lives of children....
2017-05-28 17:52:08 -0600
WASHINGTON (AP) -- To the fans watching on ESPN, Nihar Janga's win last year in the Scripps National Spelling Bee was a shock: He was only 11 years old, a fifth-grader appearing in the bee for the first time, competing against 8th-graders with deep voices and facial hair....
2017-05-29 08:15:33 -0600
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) -- In the shadow of the Statue of Liberty, a Navy Seal team member fell to his death Sunday after his parachute failed to open during a Fleet Week demonstration over the Hudson River....
2017-05-29 06:03:00 -0600
BROOKHAVEN, Miss. (AP) -- Head in hands, his voice strained, Vincent Mitchell sat outside his little yellow home and tried to make sense of how a family dispute led to a rampage that killed eight people, including the deputy who tried to keep them safe....
2017-05-29 01:47:18 -0600
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- President Donald Trump's hardline position on immigration is casting a long shadow over Virginia's race for governor, with candidates in both parties adjusting their focus to more closely match or oppose the president....
2017-05-29 07:23:19 -0600
ANNVILLE, Pa. (AP) -- Allison Jaslow heard it more than once as the long holiday weekend approached - a cheerful "Happy Memorial Day!" from oblivious well-wishers....
2017-05-28 09:37:36 -0600
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) -- Researchers in a New York cabbage patch are planning the first release on American soil of insects genetically engineered to die before they can reproduce....
2017-05-29 07:57:09 -0600
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Nancy Vasquez left the turmoil in her native El Salvador behind and moved to the U.S., where she was able to support her family, buy a house and start a food-truck business catering to workers on the outskirts of Washington thanks to a "temporary" residency permit that has lasted for nearly 20 years....
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