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Parowan resident releases addiction recovery book
CEDAR CITY–Sue McAley hosted a book reading and demonstration using her recently published book, “Addiction, Recover like a Warrior,” last Wednesday at the Cedar City Library in the Park.
December Employee of the Month
CEDAR CITY–Utility Billing Clerk Amanda Hunter received her Employee of the Month award during last week’s City Council meeting. Hunter was nominated for the month of December by her supervisor, City Treasurer Wendy Bonzo. Bonzo said Hunter is punctual and works well with others, in addition to taki
Falcons sign letters of intent
CEDAR CITY–Two more Region 9 senior athletes have signed national letters of intent. Canyon View High school seniors Larissa Dabb and Taylee Braegger, two friends and classmates shared the spotlight headed in different directions.
SUU Aviation program adds new helicopter
CEDAR CITY–The Southern Utah University Aviation Program continues to grow and improve with the arrival of a brand new helicopter. The Robinson R44 Cadet is straight from the factory, and specifically selected in SUU red.
Utah defense attorney who smuggled heroin and cocaine into jail is arrested again for more drug crimes
A Utah defense attorney is back in jail on drug charges months after he pleaded guilty to smuggling heroin and cocaine into the Weber County jail. Tony Miles was charged Monday with two counts of drug possession and a charge of possessing drug paraphernalia.
“Running for Hope” premieres at SUU
CEDAR CITY–A documentary covering the experience of SUU President Scott L. Wyatt, Bill Heyborn and Johhny Oh running the Grand to Grand ultra-marathon, called “Running for Hope,” premiered last week at SUU.
Utah liquor commissioner quits over beer license issue
SALT LAKE CITY — A member of Utah’s liquor control commission has abruptly resigned, in part over potential conflicts of interest over beer licenses. Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control Commissioner Neal Berube quit, the agency announced on Tuesday. Berube, who is also CEO of Associated Fo
Southern Utah rallies past Pepperdine in overtime, 78-69
CEDAR CITY, Utah -- Cameron Oluyitan scored seven of his 15 points in the final two minutes of overtime as Southern Utah rallied to beat Pepperdine for the third time in four meetings, 78-69 on Saturday afternoon.
Cedar City residents festoon home with holiday lights to raise money for Make-A-Wish
CEDAR CITY — Move over, Clark Griswold. Cedar City residents Ben Hohman and Marielle Boneau have once again lit up their home (and surrounding neighborhood) with an impressive holiday light display that must be seen in person to be fully appreciated.
Angel Flight Brings Santa, 8,000 Pounds of Supplies To Title I School
CEDAR CITY, Utah – While we’re used to hearing of Santa Claus, flying in his sleigh, students at Enoch Elementary School, watched him walk out of a small airplane. He also brought with him about 8,000 pounds of school supplies, aboard 28 planes, flown by volunteer pilots.
Photo gallery: Oak Ridge Boys bring Christmas tour to Cedar City
CEDAR CITY — The Oak Ridge Boys swung through Cedar City Thursday night, bringing their homespun mix of country and Christmas to an appreciative crowd at Southern Utah University’s America First Event Center.
Santa’s flight to Utah school and the big gifts he brought
CEDAR CITY, Utah -- Friday was the annual Santa Flight Mission, a project created 18 years ago by members of the Angel Flight, a non-profit organization. Club members along with some Boy Scouts within the community gather supplies for schools in lower income places.
Sentencing in stabbing case delayed as defense moves to vacate verdict
A Cedar City man found guilty in August of attempted aggravated murder is challenging the verdict. In a series of December court filings, the defense says Ismael Arenas Lopez, 21, was essentially charged twice for the same crime, violating equal protection rights under the Constitution.
This Utah Zoo Has One Of The Most Spectacular Christmas Light Displays You’ve Ever Seen
Hogle Zoo's Zoo Lights is an annual tradition for many Utah families. The twinkling, colorful lights transform the zoo into a holiday wonderland. You've never seen the zoo like this before! This year is Hogle Zoo's 12th annual Zoo Lights celebration, and it's simply spectacular. You'll enjoy enchant
Traffic alert: Crash causes delays southbound on I-15 in Cedar City
ST. GEORGE — A crash on Interstate 15 in Cedar City is causing delays for motorists. Emergency personnel are working a crash near exit 59 in Cedar City. According to an alert from the Utah Department of Transportation website, both southbound lanes are blocked. Motorists are using the shoulder to pa
Cedar council member reverses course, says he'll pull double duty as county commissioner
A sitting Cedar City Council member who had previously said he would leave that post for a full-time position on the Iron County Commission announced Wednesday he plans to keep both jobs through 2019.
POLICE: Utah man arrested for swatting incident continues to rack up charges behind bars
CLEARFIELD, Utah (ABC4 News) - A Clearfield man has been arrested for filing a false 911 report that prompted police to respond to a home on an alleged "hostage" situation over the summer.
Disney actor Stoney Westmoreland fired after arrest in Utah
SALT LAKE CITY — Disney Channel actor Stoney Westmoreland has been fired after he was arrested in Salt Lake City for allegedly attempting to have a sexual relationship with an online acquaintance he believed was 13 years old.
SUU offers Dale Carnegie online courses for spring
CEDAR CITY — Southern Utah University will offer community or undergraduate and graduate online courses developed in partnership with Dale Carnegie Corporate and Dale Carnegie of Utah. There are two seven-week online courses launching in the spring: GOSC 5200: Carnegie Basics Certificate and GOSC 62
Gonder named new superintendent for Cedar Breaks National Monument
CEDAR CITY — Kathleen Gonder, chief of interpretation and visitor information at Bryce Canyon National Park, has been named superintendent of Cedar Breaks National Monument. Gonder, a 29-year National Park Service veteran with broad experience in park administration and leadership, will begin her ne