LiVeWell Center lectures; from active aging to finding Zen

Source: St George News - ST. GEORGE – With a focus on helping residents live the healthiest lives possible, the Intermountain Healthcare LiVe Well Center in St. George is kicking off the next series of weekly educational lectures focused on nutrition, finances, skin...

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5-day ‘Arts to Zion’ tour aims to dazzle art enthusiasts

Source: St George News - ST. GEORGE – A five-day “Arts to Zion” art and studio tour launches Thursday in Southern Utah. One of the largest visual art events of the year, the tour offers an up-close introduction to fine artists and their work processes at more than 20...

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Resolve to write more poetry; Dixie Poets can help

Source: St George News - 364271,303580,226432 ST. GEORGE – At the start of a new year, many people ponder over resolutions and new opportunities to stretch them out of their comfort zone. Becoming a better writer and a more prolific poet is a unique and challenging...

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Pearson Davis gets new trike; funded by good will

Source: St George News - ST. GEORGE – A disabled St. George man who was the beneficiary of an outpouring of support after his three-wheeled bicycle was stolen received a new “trike,” just in time for Christmas. Pearson Davis smiles as he receives his new...

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Southern Utah, how can you make a difference in 2017?

Source: The Independent - This past year has been a particularly impactful one throughout our country as we have witnessed big changes in our world. We’ve addressed some tough issues in the past 12 months, which is why this holiday season has been one of reflection...

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Streetfest changes to Georgefest, features Bombay Heavy

Source: The Independent - In 2017, Streetfest will formally transition to nonprofit status under the new name “Georgefest” and will host Las Vegas-based alternative psychedelic rock band Bombay Heavy Jan. 6. The January event theme is “George Masquerade.” With winter...

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‘Prayer Over the City’ scheduled for Dec. 31

Source: St George News - ST. GEORGE — The faith community will join together on December 31 for the 12th annual “Prayer Over the City” at the Delores Doré Eccles Fine Arts Center on the Dixie State University campus in St. George. “This one hour...

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Fire Department gets new $10,000 dryer

Source: St George News - CEDAR CITY – Thanks to the help of a sandwich shop, a Southern Utah fire department received an early Christmas gift Thursday – a specialized dryer for firefighting suits worth nearly $10,000. Firehouse Subs donated nearly $10,000 to the Cedar...

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Military helps kids follow Santa’s fabled flight

Source: St George News - COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Children from around the world are calling the North American Aerospace Defense Command to ask where Santa is, and they’re getting a cheery answer about the mythical route. Members of the 601st Air...

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‘Inmate elves’ spread Christmas cheer from inside jail

Source: St George News - KANAB – The words “inmate” and “jail” typically invoke images of toughened individuals, violence and a harsh environment where criminals are sent to pay for their crimes. But at the Kane County Jail in Kanab, a much more positive and...

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Sorghum day; Dixie’s other crop and a LaVerkin walkabout

Source: St George News - FEATURE — When one thinks of farming in Utah’s Dixie, the first crop that comes to mind is typically cotton, but another crop the first settlers in the area imported from the South was sorghum. In the early 1900s, LaVerkin boasted as many as...

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Wreaths Across America ceremony honors Paiute veterans

Source: St George News - WASHINGTON COUNTY — A ceremony Saturday honoring deceased Native American veterans paid respect to the sacrifices made by the Paiute people who fought for their country. Patriot Guard Riders, St. George Composite Squadron of the Civil Air...

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DOVE Center announces newcomers to Board of Trustees

Source: The Independent - DOVE Center recently welcomed Natalie Ashby, Thomas Bayles, Tammie Richeson, and Amori Shaw to its Board of Trustees. “Our board is continuing to develop and I am eager to learn what these newest members will bring to our organization,” said...

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Toys for Tots delivers gifts to nearly 1,000 children

Source: St George News - ST. GEORGE — Members of the Utah Dixie Detachment 1270 Marine Corps League and Toys for Tots volunteers assembled bright and early Saturday morning and loaded cars, trucks and SUV’s with holiday toys that would soon make their way to...

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14 years of joy: Christmas Eve service at the Dixie Center

Source: St George News - ST. GEORGE — For the 14th year, Calvary Chapel of St. George is hosting a Christmas Eve service at the Dixie Center of St. George. All are invited. The service begins at 6 p.m. and lasts about an hour. Graphic courtesy of Calvary Chapel St....

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A Merry Movie Christmas returns to The Electric Theater

Source: The Independent - A Merry Movie Christmas returns to The Electric Theater Saturday Dec. 17 at noon. If Horror-Fest was about the heebie-jeebies, then A Merry Movie Christmas is all about the warm-and-fuzzies. The centerpiece of this magical, Christmas-inspired...

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Kanab High School hosts live nativity scene

Source: The Independent - On Monday, Dec. 19 at 6 p.m., a live nativity scene featuring live animals, music, great actors, and narration will be performed at the Kanab High School Stadium. Seating for the event will be in the west bleachers of the football field....

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