Culture

  • March 7, 2017

    The St. George Barbershop: Where Nostalgia Meets Precision

      Perhaps one of the greater ironies of our advanced technological age is this: for all of the various ways to connect and communicate, human interaction is quickly becoming an old-fashioned medium; even an inconvenience. However one of the redeeming qualities of our current culture is that we have begun...

  • March 3, 2017

    Dancing With Your Community Stars

      If you like to watch Dancing with the Stars, now is your chance to see St. George’s “Community Stars” compete for their own mirror ball trophy, as well as help raise money for the Washington County Children’s Justice Center (WCCJC). We are proud to announce that our 3rd annual...

  • March 2, 2017

    The Park Planning Division of St. George: Your Recreation Landscapers

    After a prolonged, soggy winter, it’s time to peel off those layers of fleece and embrace the arrival of spring. What better way to celebrate the return of sunshine than to head outside on one of our beautiful trails?   It’s no secret that St. George is the envy of...

  • March 1, 2017

    DOCUTAH@TheELECTRIC Launches Second Season of Documentaries

    Following on the success of last year’s DOCUTAH@TheELECTRIC, the second season has launched with a powerful lineup of remarkable documentary films. As usual, the films selected this year reveal the human condition, aspirations and capacity of people to overcome hardship, achieve impossible goals and relate to each other even when...

  • March 1, 2017

    Celebrate Dixie State University’s D-Week 2017

    This April, join Dixie State University in celebrating a rich tradition that stretches back more than a century. Beginning in 1914, D-Week has become a community favorite, with a variety of events—not only for DSU students, but for alumni and community members alike. D-Week is akin to Homecoming Week, but...

  • December 31, 2016

    The Unplanned Voyage of Hero Fathers Raising a Child with...

    By Kelly Kendall “We didn’t see this one coming, but who would?” states David Roos, a father with not just one child, but two sons with muscular dystrophy. Growing up in a small town in Wyoming, David states, “My experience with disabilities, disease, wheelchairs, or loss was slim to none....

  • December 31, 2016

    The Unplanned Voyage of Hero Fathers Raising a Child with...

    By Kelly Kendall “We didn’t see this one coming, but who would?” states David Roos, a father with not just one child, but two sons with muscular dystrophy. Growing up in a small town in Wyoming, David states, “My experience with disabilities, disease, wheelchairs, or loss was slim to none....

  • December 31, 2016

    Be Part of the Change: How you can help improve...

    By Rebekah Pectol As quickly as the holiday season passed us by, the new year came rushing upon us—and what a year 2017 is going to be! United Way Dixie has set goals focusing heavily on education and helping children in the Washington County area reach their full potential through...

  • December 31, 2016

    The St. George Exchange Club: The Legacy Continues

    By Dustin Schofield The St. George Exchange Club has been recognized nationally for earning the “Big E Award,” a prestigious designation given to only a few clubs each year. Exceptional community service, exemplary promotion of Americanism, and membership growth are some of the rigorous requirements to earn award. Despite the...

  • December 31, 2016

    Buy Local Feature: WholeFIT Adventures

    By Jared DuPree, PhD When I was a kid, I loved Indiana Jones. When someone asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up, I always said, “An archeologist!” I didn’t just love Indiana Jones, I wanted to be Indiana Jones! I imagined visiting the Pyramids of Egypt...

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