St. George Tracks Dragons in Utah

Uncategorized - January 25, 2017

What would you have called a giant lizard-like creature before Sir Richard Owen, an English biologist, comparative anatomist and paleontologist coined the term dinosaur in 1841? “Every culture had names for these giant, powerful, wondrous lizards,” forbidden-history.com writes. “Explorers described them, historians wrote about them, Native Americans etched them into…

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7 Tips to Help you Relate to Your Grandchildren

Tips & Tricks - January 24, 2017

Relating to your grandchildren can be a joy for you, and fun for them too. You can be a stabilizing factor in your grandchild’s life. You can help them navigate their childhood and teenage years. For most of human history, grandparents have been essential to provide vital guidance and instruction.…

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Walk Your Way on Miles of Paved Trails in St. George Utah

Tips & Tricks - January 23, 2017

If you are like many people, some days you get the urge to go for a walk. Nothing too strenuous, not a hike; a bike ride won’t do it. You want to go for a leisurely walk. When you live in SunRiver St. George, that’s easy. All you have to…

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Banana Bars

Food Friday - January 20, 2017

This week’s recipe is meant specifically for a couple occasions we all encounter. For example, that awkward moment when your neighbor, friend, or in-law has a get together and you foolishly offer or get suckered into bringing something. Or those sad Sunday nights when you regret not buying any ice…

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Join the St. George Utah Streetfest First Friday Fun

Events - January 17, 2017

If you have been searching for some nightlife in St. George, you are in luck. The first Friday of each month. Pedestrians and bicycles flock to Historic Downtown St. George Utah as the George Streetfest brings the three blocks of Historic Main Street in St. George to life with live…

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Challenge Southern Utah’s Mountain Bike Trails Now

Tips & Tricks - January 17, 2017

Have you been looking longingly at your mountain bike? Can’t wait until the snow clears, the temperature peaks above freezing and the trails dry out so you can get out and ride? Think St. George, Utah. Accept the challenge of uncrowded trails where you can ride all year long in…

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Chicken with Lemon Herb Sauce

Food Friday - January 13, 2017

Chicken is easily America’s favorite weeknight dinner meat. Don’t get me wrong chicken is delicious, though it can easily become boring and mundane. We all get into the chicken slump, and by slump, I mean making the same two to three chicken dishes every week. Luckily, this week’s recipe is…

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Enjoy Ice Skating in Cedar City

Enjoy Ice Skating in Cedar City, Utah If you have ever felt the magic of gliding across the ice on skates, but thought those days were gone since St. George, Utah is in the middle of the desert, take heart. Even though the average winter daily temperatures here in St.…

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Ad Man Turned Professor Sells Snowblower

Resident Living - January 5, 2017

Ad Man Turned Professor Sells Snowblower Hiding behind SunRiver resident Doug McKinlay’s kindly smile and the twinkle in his eyes lies the steel heart of a hard charging and successful ad agency entrepreneur filled with love for family, young people, and a love for God. Although Doug McKinlay thinks of…

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“That’s an Adventure” – 7 Unique Outings in St. George, Utah

Tips & Tricks - December 29, 2016

“That’s an Adventure” 7 Unique Outings in St. George, Utah Want a different kind of outing while you are here in southern Utah? There are endless adventures in St. George and the surrounding area. Whether you live in St. George, or you are here for a visit, here are 7…

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