Join the Celebration as city officials celebrate St. George’s 157th birthday

The year was 1862.  Abraham Lincoln was President of the United States while it was entering its second year in the American Civil War. The western parts of the country were still full of adventure and mystery. Utah wouldn’t gain its statehood for another 34 years. Located in the barren desert of the southern end of the territory, St. George …

St George pledges funds to keep Zion National Park Open

As the partial federal government shutdown continues into week two, St. George officials have committed to a funding plan that will help keep Zion National Park open for an additional week. During the duration of this shutdown, Zion has remained partially operational by to funds given by the State of Utah as well as the Zion Forever Project, a non …

In the Beginning

The Beginning of St. George St. George is the seventh largest city in Utah and is a popular tourist location for those who travel to southern Utah to visit the nearby parks. The city is full of interesting areas and businesses, including many historical sites. The rich history of St. George makes it an amazing place to visit and learn …

October Calendar of Events

Looking for things to do in St George? Look no further! Here is your monthly event Calendar for October. Events are linked for quick access to detail and up-to-date info. October 2018 October 1, Monday: Lurking in the Shadows St. George Art Museum 10:00 a.m. Echo’s of the West The DiFiore Center, St George. 4:00 p.m. Paws for Tales-Read to …