Hispanic Heritage Month in St. George
St. Georges 2nd largest population is Hispanic which is why locals should strive to celebrate during Hispanic Heritage Month. Full story here.
Suicide Awareness Bus Stops in St. George, UT
Suicide is always a tough topic but this couple is tackling the perception one stop at at time...on a bus! Full story here:
Alcoholism in Utah
Sept. 14 is National Sober Day and despites UT's reputation of low liquor consumption , alcoholism is still an issue. Full story here:
Southern Utah Men’s Guide to Dating in 2023
Cuffing season is just a few weeks away so here is everything you need to know to successfully date in Utah.
Utah’s Biggest Halloween Mysteries
Spooky season is here and with it comes the resurfacing of the most horrifying and perplexing stories from the state. Full story here:
Hate the Gym? Then Try This…
If gyms really aren't your thing why not try a local spin class? Here is why you should.
Remember the 43 is Back at Utah Tech and Larger This Year
Its been nine years since the 43 students from a college in Ayotzinapa, Mexico went missing. It seems the truth is no closer to being discovered either. Utah Tech remembers the 43 and honors them during National Hispanic American Heritage Month. Full story here:
9/11 Concert in St. George Honors 1st Responders; ‘Never Forget’
The City of St. George remembers 9/11 through local artists during Concert in the Park. Full story here:
BigShots Golf is St. George’s Coolest Golf Driving Range
Ever heard of BigShots Golf? It's St. George's coolest driving range. Full story here:
Townsquare Media Weekly News Roundup 09/05/23: Honoring 9/11 and How to Beat Utah Gas Prices
Welcome to another edition of Townsquare Media Weekly News Roundup! Everything you missed this week in one place! 09/05-08/2023 Remembering 9/11 September 11 is a day any American knows and the tragic loss of so many people is honored every year. St. George is...