No better time than the present to reach your Summit! By Kara Kopf It’s that time of year again. The sun is joining us a little longer each day and warming up our world. With nothing but longer, sunny, and active-filled days ahead of us, it’s time to get our minds and bodies ready to […]

Summit Athletic Annual…

March 12, 2018
By Jasher & Lisa Feellove The art of the effortless way. What does that mean? It means that most of the time we hold ourselves back because we really don’t let things in on a deep level. When we let the breath in on a deep level, it creates a peace affect (and effect) on […]

Letting In: The Other…

March 12, 2018
By Jay Bartlett The spring and summer months are approaching, and thoughts turn towards going on vacation with my significant other: my mountain bike. If you’re like me, any vacation is a good vacation, but a vacation that includes riding bikes is something special. The anticipation builds as the time grows near. Soon there will […]

Mountain Bike Vacati…

March 12, 2018
Asking yourself life-changing questions By Brigit Atkin At a family reunion years ago, we played the game “What if?”. To play, everyone sits in a circle and writes down a question that starts with the phrase, “What if?”. It can be any kind of question, whether it is serious or silly. The questions are then […]

What If?

March 12, 2018
Local business serves the Intermountain West for eight decades – and still going strong! By Jones Paint & Glass Staff Harold Jones started Jones Paint & Glass in 1938 after his parents, believing in his vision, took out a $300 loan for Harold, using their furniture as collateral. Eighty years later, Jones Paint & Glass has […]

Old and New, Tried and…

March 12, 2018
By Alberto Souza, MS, APRN, FNP-C Nurse Practitioner Specialist, Medical Director at Centers for Couples and Families We all have those days when it feels like we woke up on the wrong side of the bed. For whatever reason, we are just in a bad mood. Often times these bad mood feelings are associated with […]

Simple Ways to Improve…

March 12, 2018
Temps are on the Rise… And so are Interest Rates! by Brandon Hansen Here comes spring! Here comes the Parade of Homes! Here comes the warmer weather! Here comes the Arts festival and spring break. It is arguably the best season to live in our beautiful area—and that is tough to argue with. But, with […]

Financial Forecast

March 12, 2018
By Dr. Todd Parry If you experience numbness and tingling in your hand, especially at night, you may have carpal tunnel syndrome. This nerve compression at the wrist can cause weakness of grip and pinch, as well as clumsiness with manipulating small objects. The median nerve travels from the forearm into your hand through a […]

What is Carpal Tunnel…

March 12, 2018
By DSU Athletics Staff Dixie State returns 13 starters from the 2017 softball squad, led by senior outfielder Janessa Bassett (Stansbury Park, Utah/Stansbury HS). A three-time first team All-PacWest honoree and three-time All-American, Bassett led Dixie State in batting average for the third consecutive season in 2017, hitting .406 with 43 runs scored, 19 RBI, and conference-best […]

DSU Athlete Profile:…

March 12, 2018
How to create and cultivate your love garden By Dr. Matt Eschler, PhD, LMFT – Centers for Couples and Families I am pretty certain that we all hope for a juicy fun, passionate, loving relationship with our lovers! The relationships that maintain a spark and continue to bloom and blossom over decades of being together […]

Blooming Love

March 12, 2018
By Richard “Biff” Williams, President of Dixie State University History was made at Dixie State University on Jan. 26, when our Board of Trustees unanimously approved the addition of our first-ever graduate degree program, a Master of Accountancy. Pride in the institution and excitement for the future was palpable as the Trustees moved to vote […]

Trailblazer Nation

March 12, 2018
After years of planning, dreaming, working, and fundraising, the Dixie Technical College permanent campus is a reality. It stands atop the old airport hill on what is now Tech Ridge Drive as a beacon to people who want to improve their lives by improving their employability. The project was big;162,000 square feet to be exact. […]

Myth Busting at Dixie…

March 12, 2018
by Justin Lane, LAc, Functional Medicine Practitioner, East West Health We have all heard that watching caloric intake, exercising, and eating low-fat foods will help us get fit and healthy. Still, many Americans are fatter, sicker and more depressed than ever. If you have tried to get to your ideal weight, feel energized again, and have […]

Functional Fat Burni…

March 12, 2018

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