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When Rickine Kestin looks back on her life, the idea that she would become a pastor's wife seems completely laughable -- a turn of events no one, especially Kestin, would have ever imagined.
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As a golfer, I've always been happy I moved to the St. George area. There are more golf courses in Dixie than perhaps any other area of similar size in the western states.
Additional charges were filed by St. George Police against St. George resident Eric Leroy McGarvie, 24, after he reportedly burglarized a neighboring residence while the homeowner was out of the country for several months.
St. George Firefighters extinguished a fire that burned through an attic, onto a deck and moved into a lower portion of a St. George home just after 4 p.m. Thursday afternoon, according to initial scanner reports.
The Brigham Young University Men's Chorus is thought to be the largest collegiate male choral organization in the country and performs to sold-out audiences all over the world.
All arrest information is taken from the jail booking log and police reports. St. George Police Department * Samuel Flores, 51, 136 S. 100 East unit 3, St. George, was arrested Tuesday on a charge of simple assault.
A St. George resident accused of breaking into a residence and sexually assaulting two women pleaded not guilty Wednesday in 5th District Court.
A Bloomington Hills resident accused of killing a Leeds woman received approval for a taxpayer-funded attorney Wednesday to assist in his defense.
Devoted to helping former prison inmates find success in society and get back on their feet, the Resource and Reentry Thrift Store in downtown St. George provides these adults with resources like job and housing leads, life skills education and spiritual guidance.
Columnist's note: I received a lot of feedback from my first column. Most was positive, some was negative, all was sincere.
Two defendants in an alleged Spice distribution ring changed their not-guilty pleas to guilty in federal court Monday at the 5th District Court Building in St. George.
Dutifully plucking glass jars and bottles from a box full of recyclable items and tossing them into the requisite "binnie" at a parking lot on Sunset Blvd. Monday, St. George resident Elaine Gordon voiced a common sentiment among recyclers in Southern Utah.
The top five women voted by Southern Utah residents in a recent poll by The Spectrum & Daily News said they hadn't set out to become leaders in their cities and towns, but as they have taken on the role, they each have worked to reach a common goal: improve their communities.
All arrest information is taken from the jail booking log and police reports. The Spectrum reserves the right to report on other incidents at the editors' discretion.