Author: Stephanie Moreno

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Your Minute of Dixie

Sports reporter Stephanie Moreno and guest Red Storm’s radio voice John Potter bring you the game preview for the Dixie State Red Storm against Humboldt State. The Dixie Red Storm and the Humboldt State University Jacks will kick-off in front of the home crowd Saturday September 22nd at 6:00 P.M. MST at the Hansen Stadium. The […]

Your Minute of Dixie

Sports reporter Stephanie Moreno and guest television play-by-play commentator Ryan Forsey bring you the game preview for Dixie’s home opener. The Dixie Red Storm and the Western Oregon Wolves will kick-off in front of the home crowd Saturday September 8th at 6:00 P.M. MST at the Hansen Stadium. The game can be viewed live at live.dixie.edu

Plane Crashes In Mesquite With Two On Board, Both Survive

Officers at the Mesquite Police Department were dispatched to the area of the Mesquite Municipal Airport on a reported plane crash Saturday afternoon shortly after 12:30. The single engine airplane had two passangers on board. Officers arrived on scene and observed aircraft and barricade debris on Kitty Hawk Drive below the West end of the […]

Zions Bank Donates $15K to Dixie State

Dixie State College administrators, representatives from The Center for Education, Business and the Arts (CEBA), Kanab City and Kane County, received a $15,000 donation from Zions Bank Friday to fund an annual grant program to support artists, businesses and art educators. Zions Bank President and CEO A. Scott Anderson presented the check to DSC President […]

BYU Young Ambassadors Bring Harmony to Southern Utah

The Brigham Young University Provo Young Ambassadors are a group of singers, dancers, and musicians who have gained a reputation for entertaining excellence through energetic musical theater performances. The Young Ambassadors performed in Tuacahn Friday, bringing their latest show, “Harmony: the Music of Life,” a stage production celebrating favorites from some of America’s best-loved musical […]

91-year-old Huntsman Senior Games Participant Inspires Games Players And Attendees

Many people give up the hopes of playing their favorite sport when they hit their late years, but this Huntsman Senior Games participant is the exception. At 91, Mickey Pitti keeps impressing and inspiring participants and audience members during this year’s Huntsman World Senior Games. Pitti started playing volleyball in her fifties, and hasn’t stopped […]

Broadway West Theater Presents “Wait Until Dark”

Broadway West Theater, the only community theater in St. George, brings back the 1968 Audrey Hepburn thriller “Wait Until Dark.” Performing at the Vista Elementary School Theater in Ivins, Utah, these talented actors will keep you in the edge of your seat during this thrilling play. Wait Until Dark performs until the 29th of this month […]

Dixie State College Theater Opens 2011 – 2012 Season

Dixie State College Theater Department presents its first play of the 2011 – 2012 season. Directed by DSC Theater professor Varlo Davenport, the cast is presenting a modern version of “The Foreigner,” by Larry Shue. This production has been presented around southern Utah and in Dixie years ago, but the cast says this time is […]

Polygamy Confusion Could Hurt Romney, Huntsman in Polls

A national public opinion poll of over 900 people around the country reveals a considerable percentage of people are confused about Mormons and polygamy. The survey, conducted by Lawrence Research, shows only 14 percent of the people surveyed accurately knew members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints do not practice polygamy. According […]

Driver Killed in Traffic Accident on I-15

A California resident was killed after his vehicle rolled near mile marker 95 on Interstate 15. A Public Information Officer of the Utah Department of Public Safety, Sgt. Ted Tingey, told SUN News that Guillermo Granados, 55, was driving a black Ford Ranger pick-up truck going south on I-15 when the tire tread separated from […]