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Events - September 5, 2017

The 2017 DOCUTAH International Documentary Film Festival will be held on the campus of Dixie State University on September 4–7, 2017. Each year, the DOCUTAH Festival brings together documentarians including independent filmmakers, aspiring film students, citizens of the world and the St. George community to shed light on a wide…

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Easy DIY Healthy Snacks – Part 2

Tips & Tricks - August 22, 2017

Summer’s almost behind us and as St. George heads into fall, it’s time for another round of healthy, DIY snack recipes! Below are a few simple, easy ideas for making your own homemade, health-conscious snacks: Homemade Guacamole with Veggies Any guacamole you buy at the store is packed with preservatives,…

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Hoodoo 500 Hits St. George

Events - August 22, 2017

This Friday, August 25, the Hoodoo 500 ultra-marathon cycling event descends upon the city of St. George. Presented by Planet Ultra, the cycling event is the most epic and challenging of its kind – beginning in St. George and passing through or around three National Parks, three National Monuments and…

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Zion Narrows Service Project

Events - August 15, 2017

Mark your calendars because a week from tomorrow (Wednesday, August 23), Zion National Park is hosting an exclusive service project in the park. Leaving at 7:15 a.m. from the Temple of Sinawava shuttle stop, the service project will include a 7-mile interpretive hike through the famed Zion Narrows. Presented through…

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Exploring the Art of Painting in St. George

Events - August 15, 2017

Whether you have a passion for art or have always wanted to learn to paint, there are two opportunities to explore your creativity this weekend in St. George: Create-It-Yourself Session at The Art Parlor Friday, August 18, 2017 at 3 p.m. 2 W. St. George Boulevard #30 (below Painted Pony)…

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Sweet Treats In St. George

Tips & Tricks - August 8, 2017

Looking for something to satisfy your sweet tooth this summer? St. George is home to dozens of local favorite restaurants and mom and pop shops with fabulous desserts. So no matter what treat you’re craving, St. George has exactly what you’re looking for. Check out our recommendations below for the…

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Don’t Miss the Washington County Fair!

Events - August 8, 2017

The final days of summer are upon us, and that means it’s time for the annual Washington County Fair! From August 9–12, 2017, the fair grounds in Hurricane will be home to the county fair for the 20th year in a row. For such a landmark year, this year’s theme…

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Monday Matinees by Precision Hearing

Events - August 1, 2017

Every Monday in the month of August, local hearing center Precision Hearing will be sponsoring an afternoon matinee of a classic film from the 1960s at The Electric Theater. Located in the heart of historic downtown St. George at 68 E. Tabernacle St., the event is a fun way to…

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Podcasts for Active Adults

Tips & Tricks - July 25, 2017

Podcasts are the latest media craze in 2017, but with hundreds upon hundreds to choose from, the process of finding your latest favorite can be daunting. However, with some effort and research, curating your own personal radio station using podcasts about your interests can be incredibly rewarding and the perfect…

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A Brief History of St. George, Utah

Uncategorized - July 25, 2017

In honor of yesterday being Pioneer Day, the state holiday celebrating the Mormon pioneers first arriving in Utah in 1847, we’re looking back on the history of St. George, Utah. The earliest known inhabitants of the area that would later become St. George were the Virgin River Anasazi, who resided…

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