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Arson case set for preliminary hearing
A case involving a 36-year-old Cedar City man charged with aggravated arson after he allegedly attempted suicide by starting a fire in his home is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on April 30. Michael Joseph Candelaria made an initial appearance Tuesday.
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22 hrs ago
Master Singers to perform Easter concert
The Master Singers Easter Concert "Dear to the Heart" will open the Modern Era 17th annual Master Singers Concert Series.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
One Hero raises $5,800 for wounded soldier
The CasaBlanca Resort and Casino helped wounded soldier Sgt. Travis Wood this weekend by raising $5,800 during its One Hero at a Time benefit concert.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Kastler steps down from medical center foundation
Kerry Kastler, chief development officer with the Foundation For Dixie Regional Medical Center, has announced that she is transitioning to full retirement from the organization.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Opinions - there are too many of them
I don't even know where to start. I literally have been looking at this computer for two hours wondering what issue I'm going to take on this week in this column or what I'm going to write about.
10 construction projects to avoid this year
The Utah Department of Transportation has announced its top 10 projects that will affect motorists during the 2014 construction season.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Mike Leavitt honored for service to Utah
Former Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt tells people that growing up in Cedar City was like a combination of "Bonanza" and "Leave It to Beaver."
'Mousetrap' is debut drama for USU Eastern director
Wade Arave, enrollment services admission's adviser, spent almost his entire educational background in theater with eight years of college majoring in theater.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Police nab sex offender
CEDAR CITY A 57-year-old convicted sex offender, who has allegedly been living in the area for approximately 20 years, was arrested Wednesday for not registering on the National Sex Offender Registry.
Man arrested after living as unregistered sex offender for 20 years
CEDAR CITY — A man was arrested after living under the radar in Cedar City for 20 years as an unregistered sex offender.
Meyers meets with Iron County delegates
CEDAR CITY A strong defense and border security are the only two things candidate Larry Meyers believes the federal government should continue spending money on - everything else that makes up the $17 trillion debt in the U.S. should be cut.
Girls' home director cleared of rape charges
Rape and sexual abuse charges have been dropped against a former director of a Cedar City residential treatment center for troubled youth.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
All arrest information is taken from the jail booking log and police reports. Washington City Police Department * Nikkole McDonald, 35, 1235 E. Imperial Lane, Washington City, was arrested Monday on three charges of retail theft.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Power outage covered county on Saturday
Southern Utah residents awake during the early morning hours on Saturday noticed a 14-minute power outage throughout most of Washington County.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
SWAT standoff, fire leaves family homeless
A Cedar City man is in custody after allegedly setting his home ablaze and instigating a late-night standoff with SWAT team members.
Salt Lake Tribune
Rolly: Some cry foul over party chair/candidate
The Count My Vote debate inside the Utah Republican Party is now being played out in an intraparty battle for House District 72 in Cedar City.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Music brings family together
When Ryan Brown looks back on his life, some of his earliest memories are of sitting at the piano.
EMS service improved under sheriff's office
I would like to spotlight the Iron County Sheriff's Office Division of Emergency Medical Services for my article this month.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Sex charges dismissed against youth home worker
The case against a 42-year-old Cedar City man facing eight felonies involving sexual assault were dismissed Friday after victims in the case allegedly admitted to lying.