Multistate blitz is on; ushering in 100 deadliest days on Utah’s roadways

ST. GEORGE — Hundreds of officers in Utah, and thousands more nationwide, kicked off a multistate blitz this week enforcing click-it-or-ticket laws with a zero-tolerance message. “Seat belt use is the single most effective way to survive a crash,” Utah Highway Patrol Colonel Michael Rapich said in a statement released this week. Driving or riding unbuckled will […]
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Heading to the Grand Canyon North Rim? Be prepared for Level 2 water restrictions after pipeline break

GRAND CANYON, Ariz. — Officials from the National Park Service announced Thursday that effective immediately, they will be initiating water conservation measures on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. It’s designed to ensure that the area’s facilities can remain open until repairs are made to the damaged water pipeline. According to a press release […]
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Southern Utah Memorial Day weekend weather: Warmer temps to start, but cooler and rainy for holiday

ST. GEORGE — According to the National Weather Service, the weather for Memorial Day weekend includes mostly sunny weather in the majority of southwestern Utah to start, but cooler temperatures and chances of rain will return for Memorial Day. Below are your St. George, Cedar City, Zion National Park and Lake Powell area weekend weather forecasts, […]
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Celebrate ‘patriotism with music’ with Michael Ray; tickets on sale today for KONY ‘4th of July Celebration’

ST. GEORGE — With just six weeks to go, anticipation is growing for KONY Country’s “4th of July Celebration” spectacular, and now that KONY ticket stops have ended, tickets will officially go on sale to the public Friday at 10 a.m. Country singer Michael Ray, headliner for Southern Utah’s biggest Independence Day party, said he is excited […]
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