If you're not at Utah Tech's Football Stadium watching Kelsea Ballerini and the fireworks show, here are the BEST locations to watch the fireworks across St. George!
Up by the old airport:
This one will give you a great viewing angle, but it's probably going to be ABSOLUTELY PACKED up there...
4th Of July is ONE MONTH AWAY! Do you have your plans yet?
If you DON'T have your 4th of July plans yet... I'm here to help!
HERE ARE SOME OF THE MOST AWESOME 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATIONS HAPPENING ACROSS SOUTHERN UTAH!
CEDAR CITY, UTAH:
The parade kicks off at 9:30am at 300 W and Center Street to Main Street to 400 N, Cedar City. Act...
July 6, 2021
Governor Cox Addresses Rise In COVID Cases
Photo Credit: Melody Pitman Bainbridge
(Salt Lake City, UT) -- Governor Spencer Cox is addressing the state's rise in COVID-19 cases. Over the weekend, the governor appeared in an interview with CBS Face the Nation to discuss Utah becoming a national hotspot due to the rise in the delta variant in the state. Cox says
Firefighters in St. George were very busy trying to keep multiple fires from spreading that had ignited in several areas Saturday night.
Just after 10 p.m. a fire started on the Black Hill beneath Tech Ridge during a large fireworks display
Fireworks are always popular during portions of July in St. George, but Fire Chief Robert Stoker urges those who are shooting off their own fireworks to show caution and know the areas where they are allowed — and when they are allowed.
Although much less intensive than in years past, the City of St. George will offer three events to celebrate the 244th birthday of the United States on July 4. These activities include the Uncle Sam 4K race at 6:30 a.m.; parade with an extended route to facilitate social distancing at 7:45 a