Culture

  • December 31, 2016

    Fire & Ice Gala: Helping Students in Need

    In one of St. George’s most prestigious events, members of the Washington County community will gather together for a good cause. On Friday, February 24, The Dixie Foundation will host its thirteenth annual Fire & Ice Gala at SunRiver St. George, which provides an opportunity for community members to contribute...

  • October 31, 2016

    How to find Joy in the Season

    By Hollie Reina Well, here we are again. Another trip around the sun is nearing its end. With the realization that comes to many when the holiday season approaches—that time has once again passed too quickly—comes a little added stress and anxiety. How can it already be time to carve...

  • October 31, 2016

    16th annual Arts and Crafts Boutique coming to SunRiver St....

    By SGHW Staff On Saturday, November 5, join your friends and neighbors at the SunRiver St. George Community Center for the 16th annual Arts and Crafts Boutique. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., come experience all the artistic talent the St. George community has to offer. A wide variety of...

  • October 31, 2016

    Celebrity Concert Series: Bringing the World to our Stage

    By Steve Lemmon The Celebrity Concert Series was established in 1958 to bring world-class performances to our St. George community. During that time, we have seen some incredible artists who have brought their craft to our DSU Cox Performing Arts stage. The 2016/2017 season continues in that tradition as we...

  • October 31, 2016

    Stroll the Walkway to the Quarry

    By R. Wayne Pace, Ph.D., Coordinator of the Sandstone Quarry Project  Esquire Magazine once dedicated an article to “that little guy in each of us who one day, without warning, decides to kick down the door.” That may be the process used by most of us to start an exercise program....

  • October 31, 2016

    Lynne Clark-Brunson: A Woman of Faith

    By Kelly Kendall It’s been said, “Some people watch things happen; some people make things happen.” Lynne Clark-Brunson is undoubtedly the latter. Lynne has not only made things happen, she has had to overcome some immense obstacles throughout her life. She hasn’t just set goals; she goes after them with...

  • October 30, 2016

    High school students get ahead of the game with Dixie...

    By Ashley Imlay   Allowing students to earn college credit while still attending high school, Dixie State University’s Concurrent Enrollment program is experiencing an increase in enrollment and it’s easy to see why.   Concurrent Enrollment classes fulfill both high school and college general requirements, saving students time and money....

  • August 31, 2016

    The Raven, a Perfect Symbol for DOCUTAH

    By Della Lowe The raven is a mystical bird, revered in many cultures and with a multitude of characteristics attributed to it. Sometimes a god, sometimes a devil, always mysterious, this remarkable bird is known for its intelligence, strength and endless curiosity. Throughout the world and over millennia, the mythology...

  • August 31, 2016

    Youth Diaries: Building a Healthy Relationship with your Teen

    The importance of communication with your teenager, and how to start, according to a teen.   By Jessica Taysom Teenagers come in all shapes and sizes. If the “typical teen” did, in fact, exist, all the mysteries would be solved! The solution to a raising the perfect teenager would be...

  • August 31, 2016

    Fall Art Festival in the Red Rocks

    By SGHW Staff As summer slips into fall, we welcome the change of season. Cooler temperatures and crisp, clear air is a hallmark of this favorite season in Southern Utah. The St. George Marathon and Senior Games welcome athletes and visitors alike to our community. Another favorite event that happens...

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