Top 5 Weekend Stories in St George News – St George News

Participants raise American flags at the first nationalization ceremony at Zion National Park, Springdale, Utah, October 18, 2022 | Photo courtesy of the National Park Service, St. George News

ST. GEORGE – In case you missed it, here’s your weekend round of the top five most watched stories published in St George News from Saturday to Sunday October 22-23.

See the related stories at the bottom of this page for five honorable mention stories.


Should you leave your perennials over the winter?

Archive image | Photo by Iva Vagnerova/iStock/Getty Images Plus, St George News

FEATURE – As you transition your gardens from fall to winter, you might consider a little garden cleanup. Before you reach for the pruning shears and rakes, consider all the benefits and beauties of leaving healthy perennials for the winter.

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Tool marks on SUV’s bed lead to discovery of 10 pounds of meth during stop on I-15, police say

Archive image by Cody Blowers, St George News

ST. GEORGE – A traffic delay on northbound Interstate 15 in Washington County led to the discovery of more than 10 pounds of suspected methamphetamine Friday morning – after an officer noticed tool marks on one of the SUV’s interior side panels, which opened onto a small storage area where 10 plastic packages were found.

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Boys and Grills: Award-winning Seattle chef opens street restaurant in St. George

A variety of Street Eats menu items are shown, St. George, Utah, date not given |  Photo courtesy of Cory LaFranchi, St. George News
A variety of Street Eats menu items are shown, St. George, Utah, date not given | Photo courtesy of Cory LaFranchi, St. George News

ST. GEORGE –Real chefs cook up unique street food at this new restaurant in St. George, and you have to try the ready-to-eat food for yourself.

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First naturalization ceremony in Zion National Park: 33 new citizens, 17 settle in southern Utah

New citizens take the oath at the first naturalization ceremony in Zion National Park, Springdale, Utah, October 18, 2022 | Photo courtesy of the National Park Service, St. George News

ST. GEORGE – In 1999, 7-year-old Luis Fernando Montero Perez moved to Utah with his family from Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. But Perez didn’t know English and was afraid to go to school.

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Cedar City ranked among top 10 most dynamic ‘micropolitans’ in the country for ‘huge growth’

The view of Cedar City from the “C” Overlook Trail, Cedar City, Utah, October 3, 2021 | Photo by Alysha Lundgren, Cedar City News

CEDAR CITY — Cedar City Mayor Garth Green said he wasn’t surprised the city was gaining national recognition after seeing “tremendous growth” in recent years.

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