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- When brush and debris become a fire hazard, the Seegmillers bring goats to the rescueby David Dudley
PINE VALLEY — Rep. Travis Seegmiller, R-Washington, put in a good day’s work Tuesday. But he wasn’t drafting bills. He was chasing after 16 of his family’s prize-winning Nigerian Dwarf goats. Seegmiller and his two daughters – 12-year-old Ellie Felice and 9-year-old Anna Nesha offer the goat services to home owners whose brush could become a
- State lawmakers seek public input for redistrictingby Mori Kessler
ST. GEORGE — Every 10 years the Utah Legislature is required to redraw legislative, congressional and school board district boundaries to reflect changes in population recorded by the U.S. Census. The process of redistricting is a little different this year, however, as lawmakers work with a condensed timetable while also taking input from newly formed
- The problem of single-use plastic bags in world where every piece of plastic ever produced still existsby Cody Blowers
ST. GEORGE — A recent inquiry and reader-submitted photos depicting an overuse of plastic shopping bags for an online grocery order prompted St. George News to take a closer look at the issue of not only single-use bags but plastics in general, as well as how — or if — retailers are trying to address