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Hurricane, Utah is located in Washington County. Zip codes in Hurricane, UT include 84737. The median home price in Hurricane is $229,000 which is roughly $107/per square foot. More Hurricane information.

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18 hrs ago | The Spectrum

Arrests

All arrest information is taken from the jail booking log and police reports. St. George Police Department * Mathew Howard Damon, 24, 2099 E. Middleton Drive, St. George, was arrested Friday on charges of unlawful detention, domestic violence in the presence of a child and simple assault.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

The Spectrum

Dog perishes in Hurricane trailer fire

Hurricane Valley fire officials are investigating a structure fire that claimed the life of a family pet Wednesday morning.

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Courthouse News Service

SEC Whacks SoCal Investment Adviser

The SEC claims that San Diego-based Total Wealth Management, its CEO and others misled investors by paying themselves kickbacks or so-called "revenue-sharing fees."

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

Salt Lake Tribune

Utah man charged with hate crimes

A 70-year-old Hurricane man is facing criminal charges for hate crimes in state and federal court for allegedly writing threatening letters to neighbors in a housing complex after an African-American male moved in with his sister and her husband.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

The Spectrum

Arrests

All arrest information is taken from the jail booking log and police reports. St. George Police Department * Jackson John Giles, 23, 1778 E. 1150 North, St. George, was arrested Friday on a charge of driving on a denied license and a warrant.

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

The Spectrum

Reward offered for tips in Hurricane armed robbery case

"The Hurricane City Police Department is continuing to actively investigate the armed robbery that took place on March 31, 2014," HCPD Sgt.

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ElectricNet

Survalent Technology Commissions A New Advanced Distribution...

Survalent Technology, the most trusted provider of smart grid solutions for the control room, announced today that it has commissioned a new Advanced Distribution Management System for the City of Hurricane, Utah.

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Mon Apr 07, 2014

The Spectrum

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.

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Sat Apr 05, 2014

The Spectrum

Arrests

All arrest information is taken from the jail booking log and police reports. Hurricane City Police Department * James Emery Kies, 47, 2101 W. 70 South, Hurricane, was arrested Saturday on charges of driving under the influence, expired driver's license, improper lane travel and possession of an open container of alcohol in a vehicle.

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Thu Apr 03, 2014

The Spectrum

GOP lawmakers talk legislative session

Providing some background on key decisions -- and nondecisions -- made during the recent session of the Utah Legislature, Southern Utah's "Sunshine Delegation" of lawmakers talked budgets, education and caucuses, among other topics Thursday at a meeting of the Washington County Republican Women in Santa Clara.

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Wed Apr 02, 2014

The Spectrum

Arrests

All arrest information is taken from the jail booking log and police reports. St. George Police Department * McCall Gifford Montgomery, 25, 345 N. 2450 East unit 243, St. George, was arrested Wednesday on a charge of simple assault.

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Tue Apr 01, 2014

The Spectrum

Documenting Downwinders: Film crew hopes to create awareness

Southern Utahns who have long lived in the shadows cast by 1950s-era nuclear detonations in the Nevada desert helped legal professionals from the East Coast film a documentary on the plight of so-called "Downwinders" this week at Dixie State University.

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Mon Mar 31, 2014

The Spectrum

Cops search for armed robbery suspect in Hurricane

Hurricane City Police are searching for a suspect believed to be involved in an armed robbery that took place Monday morning at the Hurricane Family Pharmacy, according to initial dispatch reports.

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Sun Mar 30, 2014

The Spectrum

Vickers talks about his values, accomplishments

This is the first of a two-part interview series in which each of the candidates, former state Senator Casey Anderson and state Senator Evan Vickers, R-Cedar City, will talk about their candidacies and issues of importance to them.

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Fri Mar 28, 2014

The Spectrum

The Vent

<![CDATA[Regarding the editorial "Open on Sunday" (the Spectrum, March 23) -- let's end the suffering now: How? St. George golf courses and restaurants need to get with the program by hiring sufficient staff to end the acute suffering of members of the Spectrum's editorial board who have to endure slow play and food service on Sundays now. --- In "Separate the facts from the factions" (The Spectrum, March 23), Thomas Sowell again accurately describes his own chronic shortcoming -- in Sowell's war against President Barack Obama, the first casualty is the truth. --- In World War II, Hitler signed a peace treaty with Poland aboard a train. Two days later, Hitler's storm troopers seized Poland (Hitler lied). Putin claims he sent 20,000 troops into Crimea to protect Russian residents (he lied). Then he claimed 97 percent of Crimea residents voted to annex Crimea back to Russia (he lied). It's obvious Putin is another Hitler. --- It's a bloody miracle. Regarding "Spring cleaning good for government" (Spectrum, March 22), John Stossel, one of The Spectrum's large cadre of conservative pundits, actually acknowledged the GOP is involved in government waste, and Stossel went on to attack one of the GOP's favorite wasteful enterprises: "Welfare for businesses ... ." But as usual, one of Stossel's major assertions is erroneous -- rather than being thwarted, Americans find a way to eliminate unjust and unwise government regulations. --- I was disappointed to learn old Dan McArthur has thrown his hat into the ring for county commissioner. Haven't we seen enough of him to last a lifetime? His methods are outdated, and his good-old-boy tactics unwelcome. I wish he would just go back to his chicken coup and keep to himself for a change. --- Well, it sure looks like the ghosts of Christmas past have returned early with the lineup of Republican candidates running for Washington County Commission. Seems that some of them feel they should be there by divine right -- old soldiers are supposed to just fade away! --- 600 North in Hurricane was chip-sealed about year ago or less. Somebody in Hurricane city management should take the contractor who did the work by the ear and march him over to 600 North and ask him is this how all your work ends up? Then they should ask for their money back. Or the person in management should be taken by the ear and marched over to 600 North and asked "what were you thinking?" --- The proponents of the Lake Powell pipeline are willing to spend a billion dollars to build it. How much are they willing to spend to fill the Colorado River, which is drying up? --- We need a pipeline so that the population can grow. We need the population to grow so that we can pay for the pipeline. Does anyone else see something wrong with this logic? --- So Brittny Goodsell walked the chocolate milk road and found nothing at the end but a bowl of Jello. Hang in there. Spring is here and with it the essence of Tanqueray. The promised elixir awaits you. Stay tuned. --- Petty, Petty. I was a good little guy and did my colonoscopy. The doctor in our town found a problem and suggested I follow up with a specialist. I called the St. George group, and they wouldn't take his referral since they didn't do the scope. Money medicine at its best. --- Well Mr. Triptow of the Writers Group, I think you trip up and exaggerate a bit as to a "neighborhood Latino organization" attempting to hijack your church facility as you described. It's really not believable, and actually does a disservice to the community. --- So, the editorial board wants either better service on Sunday or for businesses to close for that day. So sad that they aren't satisfied with what we have here. Maybe they should all move away. --- Hey all you drivers out there. You know those on-ramps to the interstate? They are meant to help you get up to speed and be ready to merge with traffic. You don't get to 30 mph and stay at 30 mph as you pull out on I-15. That's a good way to hurt yourself and someone else. --- I was glad to hear the St. George Musical Theater is coming back. I only hope the organizers learned a lesson last time and will operate it more efficiently. To say the group has been a financial disaster is an understatement. Remember when it was going to build its own theater on 1000 East? What exactly happened to my donation and the donations of others who gave for that cause? You won't get my money this time around. --- Can we please have residents trim their shrubs and trees at intersections? There are some locations in the city that are very difficult to see around. I hate pulling out into the intersection without a clear line of site.

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The Spectrum

Missionaries

She will speak in sacrament meeting at 11 a.m. Sunday at the Hurricane 5th Ward Chapel, 274 S. 100 West.

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Wed Mar 26, 2014

The Spectrum

Hurricane-area school board candidates prep for primary

Three candidates have their name in the race for the Washington County School District race representing Hurricane Valley in District 5 with an imminent primary race ahead -- the only primary election for any of the open school board seats.

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Thu Mar 20, 2014

The Spectrum

Around Town

Nordic Ski Club meets for carpool at 10 a.m. Saturday at the East Canyon park, 500 E on Hwy 14, for a ski event.

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