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Weekly Sky Report: March 29 – April 4

This remains true for at least a month: there are three planets out tonight, Mars after sunset and Jupiter and Saturn before sunrise. Look for Mars halfway up the western sky as the sky is growing dark. It’s 10°—the width of your fist held at arm’s length—directly above the star Aldebaran in Taurus the Bull. Both are orange, but their […]

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News from Bryce Valley Schools

BV Debate team hosts Debate Competition, Sterling Scholars are prepping for the competition at SUU on April 1, Track season is in full swing, and Golf season has begun

I recently ran across a book of quotes. It was on gratitude. One of the quotes was by Melody Beattie and said, “Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.” As the end of the school year gets closer and closer, I look back with a lot of gratitude for all that […]

Kenneth Eugene Hill

Kenneth Eugene Hill

SAN JACINTO, CA – On Monday, March 15, 2021, Kenneth Eugene Hill passed to his eternal, heavenly home at age 91. Ken was born on November 18, 1929 in Monroe Center, Illinois near the New Medford area to Oscar and Rose Hill. On July 11, 1951, he married Mary Norton Hood. They raised one daughter, Susan, and two sons, Ken […]

Harold Hiskey

Harold Hiskey

CEDAR CITY – Harold Harrison Hiskey, age 89, passed through the veil and into the arms of our Heavenly Father on­­­­­­­­­ March 15, 2021, at his home in Cedar City, surrounded by loved ones. He was born on October 8, 1931, in Bicknell­­­­­, Utah, to Joseph Benjamin and Luva Forsyth Hiskey, the fifth of six children. Harold’s early years were […]

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Bryce Canyon City Scholarships Available For Local High School Seniors

BRYCE – For over a decade, Bryce Canyon City has been awarding scholarships to local high school seniors to support them in their continuing education. This year, the city is offering eight scholarships of $500.00 each.The scholarship program was created to help students offset their post-secondary education expenses. The money can be used towards costs related to attending college or […]

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Wood-fired Baking Season Begins in Boulder

BOULDER – Karen DeBonis runs Boulder Bread, a small baking business that operates out of the Hills and Hollows Mini-Mart in Boulder. To the eager anticipation of local residents, she kicked off her wood-fired baking season on Friday, March 12th. In spite of the snow, we were some of the first in line. We were not the only ones! Several […]

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Dr. Jake Van Dyke of the Fremont River Veterinary Clinic Serves the Creatures of Wayne County

LYMAN – Dr. Jake Van Dyke at the Fremont River Veterinary Clinic in Lyman serves many animals in Wayne County. Although being a vet can be a very demanding and busy job, he loves the work he does, and this county is very grateful for his wonderful business. Keeping animals safe and healthy is a solid team effort since the […]

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Wayne County Commission March 15, 2021

WAYNE COUNTY – The March 15, 2021 Wayne County Commission Meeting opened with a prayer led by Commissioner Brian expressing gratitude for the good amount of snow that fell over the weekend followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. The first order of business was a short discussion about the need for some extra help in the Economic Development Office. Adus […]

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CUPHD Announces COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

CENTRAL UTAH – The Central Utah Public Health Department (CUPHD) has announced vaccination clinics throughout the Central Utah Health District. COVID-19 vaccinations are currently being offered to all individuals 50 years and older as well, as those 18 and older with certain underlying medical conditions. The complete list of medical conditions is available at coronavirus.utah.gov/vaccine-distribution/#eligibility. Beginning April 1, any individual […]

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Bryce Canyon City Town Council March 18, 2021

BRYCE – Mayor Syrett facilitated and Sydney Syrett-Lamas took the minutes. The Bryce City Council Meeting began with a prayer followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Sheriff Perkins presented an updated agreement for ongoing services. There was a motion to approve the contract, good for the next five years. The council approved a business license for Bullseye Pest Control. Councilmember […]