By Lyman Hafen   One of the most pressing questions of my boyhood in St. George was how to reconcile the words of the Christmas songs I heard with the place where I lived. As a little boy in the early 1960s, I was growing up in a place where the treetops did not glisten […]

In Search of a White…

November 13, 2019
By Michael W. Manning, DO  When it comes to joint replacement surgery, patients want a surgeon who can work with a higher level of accuracy. Advancements in medical technologies are rapidly evolving. Examples of these include assisted surgical devices, minimally invasive procedures for knee and hip replacements, rapid recovery protocols, artificial intelligence, and low and/or […]

New NAVIO Robotic-Assisted…

November 12, 2019
By Southgate Senior Living   Frequently, the events presented on headline breaking news about senior living cast a shadow over the absolutely stellar and brilliant service being provided to seniors.  The options, amenities, services, and quality of life provided to seniors today have come a long way from the stigma of yesteryear. Come for a […]

Myth Versus Reality:…

November 12, 2019
By Dr. David Roos, Dean of Students, Rocky Vista University, Southern Utah   What do you have in common with every other person reading this article? Other than the ability to read, another thing you have in common with everyone else is your desire to be happy. Very few of us wake up each morning and […]

The Healing Power of…

November 12, 2019
By Riverside Medical Arts   A few years ago, I came across an old Disney cartoon entitled The Ugly Duckling. I recognized it as one I had seen as a child. As the story goes, a mother duck has many beautiful ducklings, but one does not look like the others. The odd looking duck is […]

Skin Cancer, the Ugly…

November 12, 2019
By Restore Bio+Clinic   Alzheimer’s disease is the only one of the nation’s ten most common causes of death with no effective treatment. More than five million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, but it impacts more than 15 million people who are family members, friends, and caregivers of those diagnosed […]

The Importance of Knowing…

November 12, 2019
By Marianne Hamilton   Pageants.   For many people—especially those of us of the feminine gender—the word evokes multiple responses. At the more traditional end of the spectrum, images of big-tressed glamazons with spectacular dental hygiene, teetering in swimsuit and heels, often leap to mind. Less savory scenes from Toddlers and Tiaras populate the darker […]

Senior Moment: My Journey…

November 12, 2019
“The Jubilee of Trees is a wonderful time of the year when community and hospital members come together with a common goal to benefit the future of our hospital,” said Mitch Cloward, Administrator of Intermountain Dixie Regional Medical Center.   The 36th Annual Jubilee of Trees will be held Thursday, November 21 through Monday, November […]

2019 Jubilee of Trees…

November 12, 2019
By Jason Dixon, J. Dixon Law PC   It used to take between five and six months to travel from Missouri to California by wagon. Today, the same trip can be made by jet in four and a half hours. Both modes of transportation get you to your destination, but would you even consider making […]

Wagons and Wills, Jets…

November 12, 2019
Dixie State University would not exist today without the long-standing commitment and support it receives from the community. Throughout its 108-year history, thousands of compassionate community members who understood the value of education have selflessly sacrificed time and money so that the University could fulfill its crucial mission.    Today, as the University undergoes significant […]

Dixie State University…

November 12, 2019
By Dr. Ward Wagner   The nervous system of the body is an intricate network that carries signals back and forth from the brain to the body and the body to the brain, all day long. Nerves are the messengers that enable us to experience everything around us and within us. The delicate pleasures of […]

Sciatica: How Laser Therapy…

November 12, 2019
By Brigit Atkin   “The most precious gift we can offer others is our presence. When mindfulness embraces those we love, they will bloom like flowers.” —Thich Nhat Hanh   Several years ago, I decided to break with tradition by taking our kids on a cruise during the holidays rather than celebrating our traditional Christmas […]

Give Your Presence, Not…

November 12, 2019
By Jay Bartlett   Many small towns, especially those having rough times economically, are turning to mountain biking to give them a boost. I have read many articles about mining towns that fell on hard times due to the mine closing down, and surprisingly, building some mountain bike trails turned out to be just the […]

Muy Caliente

November 12, 2019
If someone you love is battling depression and not seeing results with antidepressant medications, chances are you’re feeling utterly hopeless and don’t know where to turn next. NeuroStar TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) Therapy could be the answer for someone you care about. It is now available in St. George, Utah, at Premier Psychological Counseling and […]

A New Hope For Those…

November 11, 2019
by Ted Spilsbury   The beautiful, present-day Spilsbury Mortuary was completed in the fall of 1996 and is a dream come true. From its inception, our mortuary has been the benefactor of many promptings and manifestations, one in particular being the Come Unto Me sculpture.    In 1997, I was approached by a sales representative […]

The Story of the Come…

November 11, 2019

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