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Bulldogs bow out of playoffs with Milford loss

JUAN DIEGO H.S.—The Bulldogs’ typical presence in the later rounds of playoff baseball was not to be felt in 2022. Gunnison Valley baseball finished their season in the second round of the one-loss bracket in the 2A baseball state championship tournament, losing in a tight matchup to Milford last Thursday, 7-5. The Bulldogs finished their season with an overall record of 9-18, their only season with more losses than wins since before the year 2000.
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Beaver residents grow anxious over Smithfield Foods closure

BEAVER, Utah (ABC4) – Residents in Beaver County say they have concerns after Smithfield Foods announced it’s closing a plant in California. Local leaders say that will impact the community here in Utah. Long-time residents of Beaver say if the Smithfield pig farm closes, it could be an economic catastrophe for the community as the […]

WWII veteran shares memories of D-Day invasion

Monday will mark the 78th anniversary of the invasion of Normandy by Allied forces during World War II, often referred to as D-Day. Employing more than 156,000 American, British and Canadian troops, it was the largest seaborne invasion in history, was the beginning of the liberation of France and laid the foundation for the Allied victory on the Western Front.

Betty Jean Friar Cook

Betty Jean died May 29, 2022 in Milford Utah. She was born November 2, 1953 to Erman Kenneth and Bonnie E. Friar. Betty loved the mountains, whether it was hunting, fishing, cutting fire wood, or just going for a ride as long as she was in the great outdoors she was happy. Reading was her passion. She worked in the Milford Library for years as well as doing sewing for Smithfield.

State Bank of Southern Utah awards 2 local students in financial literacy essay contest

CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — If your kids aren’t already learning about budgeting and healthy financial habits, there’s no better time than today to start. In celebration of April as National Financial Literacy Month, State Bank of Southern Utah reached out to all high schools within their service area to encourage teenagers to participate in an essay contest.

Parowan enacts water schedule due to drought

PAROWAN, Utah – The Parowan Facebook page announced its schedule for residents to water their homes due to the ongoing drought. According to the post, they ask residents south of 200 South to water on Mondays along with their parks, schools, and churches. Meanwhile, odd number residents north of...

Three hospitalized in Parowan crash

PAROWAN, Utah — Three people are hospitalized following a crash when the vehicle crossed two southbound lanes and hit the overpass, ejecting the driver and passenger. Sgt. Cameron Roden with UHP said the crash occurred at 8:09 a.m. A white 2015 Jeep Cherokee was traveling southbound on I-15 near milepost 78 when “for an unknown reason,” the vehicle ran off the roadway into the median.