Upcoming Elections City of Enterprise – Meet the Candidates
30 Oct
2015
Written by CR Thelin

Upcoming Elections City of Enterprise – Meet the Candidates »

The city of Enterprise, Utah will hold elections for city council on November 3, 2015.  Polls will be opened at the Enterprise City offices

The Old West – Cedar Livestock and Heritage Festival
25 Oct
2015
Written by CR Thelin

The Old West – Cedar Livestock and Heritage Festival »

Cedar City – Local residence crowded Main Street Saturday in anticipation for the sheep parade, which is the highlight event of the Cedar Livestock and

I-15 Reopens After Temporary Shutdown
19 Oct
2015
Written by CR Thelin

I-15 Reopens After Temporary Shutdown »

The Weather Channel reported that flash flooding is possible in the southwest starting on Saturday October 17 through the weekend. ‏

Mesquite Police

Local Hunter Education Classes
19 Oct
2015
Written by CR Thelin

Local Hunter Education Classes »

A certified Hunter Education Class is scheduled to begin at: Enterprise High School Tuesday, November 3, 2015 at 6pm each night

Class Hours:

Enterprise Students Show Respect For Teachers Loss
17 Oct
2015
Written by CR Thelin

Enterprise Students Show Respect For Teachers Loss »

Enterprise, Utah – Enterprise residence have been through many loses that affect this small community with a ripple of devastation that affects everyone. As a

Missing St. George Teen Reminds Us All to Talk to Our Kids
12 Oct
2015
Written by CR Thelin

Missing St. George Teen Reminds Us All to Talk to Our Kids »

ST. GEORGE, UTAH – Missing St. George Teen Macin Smith has been missing since September 1, 2015. Macin left his home on his

Governor’s Effort to Restore Damaged Town Draws Upon Local UDOT Employees
6 Oct
2015
Written by CR Thelin

Governor’s Effort to Restore Damaged Town Draws Upon Local UDOT Employees »

Hildale, Utah –  Local Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) Beryl Junction Maintenance Station workers Kyle Christensen, Curt Flanigan, Justin Hulet and Colby

St. George Marathon 39th Year And Going Strong
4 Oct
2015
Written by CR Thelin

St. George Marathon 39th Year And Going Strong »

The St. George Marathon finished their 39th year and the winner was St. George native Aaron Metler. Metler also ran the Enterprise Cornfest

Super “Blood Moon” Eclipse Was Worth the Wait
29 Sep
2015
Written by Kamry Thelin

Super “Blood Moon” Eclipse Was Worth the Wait »

On the night of September 27, 2015 we got to witness a spectacular event that won’t happen for another 18 years, the blood

Opposing the Excessive Public Land Regulations – BLM Draft
26 Sep
2015
Written by CR Thelin

Opposing the Excessive Public Land Regulations – BLM Draft »

Celeste Maloy the Deputy County Attorney at Washington County Attorney’s Office spoke to the Enterprise City Council on Wednesday to explain the excessive public