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The facility is expected to be used to bring together the resources people need to receive food, have a roof over their heads and a bed in which to sleep, and eventually to get back on their feet by obtaining employment and being able to pay for their own housing and groceries.
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Construction continued Monday on the Red Hills Desert Garden, a six-acre demonstration center and park perched atop the red cliffs overlooking St. George.
The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for the western two-thirds of Utah -- including Washington, Iron, Beaver, Garfield, Wayne and Kane counties -- beginning Tuesday.
For the vast majority of Americans who do not fit into the so-called standard body size mold, shopping for clothes can be incredibly frustrating.
All arrest information is taken from the jail booking log and police reports. St. George Police Department * Bruce Murphy Pickrell, 62, 2707 E. 50 South, St. George, was arrested Friday on two warrants.
Along the way, the group stopped 14 times, and at each stop heard about an event in the final hours of Jesus' life as he carried the cross to his crucifixion.
Two St. George residents were arrested Thursday by Washington City Police on burglary and robbery charges: The pair allegedly broke into a resident's home with a gun.
Like the fact that Mayor Mark Wier has now missed three meetings in a row. After he took the month off in January for training in his new job in St. George, he was flighty about how many meetings in was going to attend in the future.
The city council approved a change Thursday that will allow for more backyard chickens and rabbits in the city's single-family residential areas.
Young Electric Sign Company told employees Wednesday that it would close its St. George production operations.
After years of discussion over the need for new facilities to address homelessness, St. George is considering a $1.5 million building purchase aimed at improving conditions and prospects for the area's most in-need residents.
Using touch and sensory functions to help Alzheimer's and dementia patients, the Touch Quilt Project is now in St. George to help area patients find comfort in something familiar from their past.