St. George City Council discusses plans for hosting Ironman World Championship

ST. GEORGE — During a thorough presentation at Wednesday’s city council meeting, officials from the Greater Zion Convention and Tourism Office, in conjunction with city officials, laid out plans for hosting the 2021 Ironman World Championship. In May, Ironman officials announced a five-year host venue agreement with Washington County that included the return of a full distance Ironman […]
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Ask a Local Expert: With colder temperatures on the way, how do I keep the water flowing in my home?

CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — Southern Utah is known for its mild winters, making it a great destination all year long; however, there are still days when the temperature dips below freezing. “There are several preventative measures that can be taken to keep your water flowing during the cold weather,” says Tyson Mortenson, a plumber at Larsen Plumbing […]
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Jury returns verdict in trial of man accused of aggravated attempted murder in hammer attack

ST. GEORGE — The verdict is in for the trial of a man charged with the aggravated attempted murder of another man who was severely beaten and robbed in April 2018. Kade Robert Shearer, 21, has been found guilty of first-degree felony aggravated attempted murder, aggravated robbery and aggravated kidnapping, along with aggravated assault, a second-degree […]
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