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Bicycles Unlimited Celebrates 40 Years of Serving The Cyclists of Southern Utah

April 15, 2024

Bicycles Unlimited’s commitment to serving the Southern Utah community reaches a big milestone this month as Mark McLaughlin, owner and founder, celebrates 40 years of business. To celebrate, Bicycles Unlimited will be offering sales of 15-40% off on select bikes and accessories from brands like Trek, Cannondale, and Bontrager. McLaughlin is proud to have watched […]

Utah Tech University sponsors free day at St. George Children’s Museum

As a thank you to the community for supporting Utah Tech, the university is sponsoring Utah Tech Day at the Museum, offering free admission to the St. George Children’s Museum this Saturday.   Set to take place on April 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., children and families can experience the museum’s numerous interactive […]

BLM announces fire treatment to enhance the health and resiliency and desired vegetation conditions of lands near Mt. Logan and Mt. Trumbull

BLM announces that the High Meadow prescribed fire treatment will take place 75 miles south of St. George, Utah (between Mt. Logan and Mt. Trumbull along BLM Roads 1044, 1775, 1768). Depending upon conditions, the burns will begin mid April 2024 and last through May 2024 if weather and fuel conditions allow. This prescribed fire treatment will focus […]

Public invited to comment on renewal of ADOT, FHWA agreement for project environmental reviews

April 11, 2024

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Arizona Department of Transportation are proposing to renew an agreement through which ADOT assumes FHWA’s authority for approval of federal environmental review documents for proposed projects. A draft Memorandum of Understanding that would continue this agreement, known as NEPA (National Environmental Policy Act) Assignment, has been posted to the Federal […]

Utah Tech University’s Ballroom Dance Company to present spring concert

After preparing the entire academic year to share their love of dance and performance with the community, Utah Tech University’s Ballroom Dance Company is presenting their spring concert this month. The concert is set to take place on April 25 and 26 at 7:30 p.m. in UT’s Main Stage Theater of the Eccles Fine Arts Center. […]

Utah Tech University launches Sandbox program to foster entrepreneurial spirit

As one of only four universities in the nation selected to participate in a pilot launch of the entrepreneurship program Sandbox, Utah Tech University is looking for students and prospective students interested in dedicating one year of their academic studies to launching a real tech company under the guidance of experienced mentors and industry experts. […]

FutureReady Utah Launches in Southwest Utah – April 17, Utah Business Leaders Academy

April 9, 2024

FutureReady Utah is a five-year, 11-county collaborative effort to enhance southwest Utah’s workforce and economy. Supported by the Economic Development Administration (EDA), FutureReady Utah is supported by the region’s higher education institutions, chambers of commerce and economic development leaders. Training and outreach efforts engage rural communities to extend opportunity to underserved areas.  What is FutureReady […]

Sears Art Museum to showcase pieces from Utah Tech University students, faculty

April 8, 2024

Offering a platform for students to hone their professional presentation skills and assemble portfolios essential for career placements and graduate studies, Utah Tech University’s Sears Art Museum presents the annual Art Department Showcase. Featuring works by Utah Tech students and faculty members, the showcase will open with an artist reception from 6 to 8 p.m. […]