UPDATED: Police identify Hurricane woman who died in rollover on I-15 south of New Harmony

WASHINGTON COUNTY — A rollover on Interstate 15 near Kolob Canyons left a woman dead after she was ejected from her truck Saturday afternoon. Update 8:49 p.m. Police have identified the driver who died as 56-year-old Cheryl Renee Hartley, of Hurricane. Shortly before 1 p.m. officers and emergency responders were dispatched to a single-vehicle rollover on […]
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Colorado City election fraud investigation underway

ST. GEORGE — The private investigator tasked with looking into alleged voter fraud in Colorado City, Arizona, started his investigation Monday. The Mohave County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved $8,000 to hire private investigator Gary Engels in April. County Attorney Matt Smith requested the funds after residents voiced concerns regarding voter fraud during various 2018 elections.  […]
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Washington County Library invites residents to submit ‘A Century of Stories’

ST. GEORGE — The Washington County Library is celebrating a century in operation with countywide competitions for photography, videography and writing. Spokeswoman Michelle Clements said the library wants to hear “A Century of Stories” from the people who made the 100-year anniversary possible. The contest is meant to help the community share their stories and allow […]
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Alzheimer’s disease 4th leading cause of death in Utah; Southern Utah ‘hit harder’ than rest of state

ST. GEORGE — Significantly more people in Utah suffer from Alzheimer’s disease than in the rest of the U.S., and in Washington County, that number is even higher. Ronnie Daniel, executive director of the Utah chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, spoke at Intermountain Healthcare’s weekly LiVe Well lecture series on Friday about what Alzheimer’s disease is […]
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