UDOT open house in Enoch addresses planned roundabout, other SR-130 improvements

ENOCH — More than 100 people attended a public open house Wednesday night to obtain information regarding proposed improvements to state Route 130. The crowd filled the conference room at the Enoch city offices where several Utah Department of Transportation officials and staff members were on hand to explain the various aspects of the $4.5 million project, which is scheduled to …

Theatre project addressing gun violence to be hosted by Utah Shakespeare Festival

CEDAR CITY — The Utah Shakespeare Festival has agreed to provide a workshop event for the finalists of a project known as “#ENOUGH: Plays to End Gun Violence” during August. The #ENOUGH project began accepting submissions of 10-minute plays in January from middle and high school-aged students focused on their experiences related to gun violence. The project’s producer, Michael Cotey, …

Got a new driver license in the mail with a gold star on it? Here’s why

ST. GEORGE — Have you recently received a new Utah driver license or identification card in the mail and aren’t quite sure why, particularly when it’s not set to expire for a few years? It’s likely the card has something new on it – a gold star on the front in the upper right-hand corner. So, what’s that all about? It …

Tuacahn High School for the Arts unveils new logo, announces plans for new STEM building

Tuacahn High School for the Arts – formerly Tuacahn High School for the Performing Arts – announced a new logo and new building during an approximately hourlong presentation filled with student and faculty performances. Artistic director and theater instructor Kyle Lewis welcomed students, faculty, parents and members of the community just after 8:15 a.m. Monday in the Hafen Theater on …