The Piute High School girls’ basketball team started its season off by splitting a pair of games at the Sevier Valley Center in Richfield Friday and Saturday.
Residents are once again opening their hearts and their homes to help others this holiday season.
A man accused of phoning in a bomb threat to Sevier Valley Hospital in Richfield Sept. 17 will stand trial after being indicted by a federal grand jury Nov. 18.
Linda Mickelsen, left, and Pam Braithwaite discuss decorating ideas at Miss Mary’s Historical Museum in Salina Thursday morning in preparation of the upcoming holiday home show.
VENICE — One man is dead and another is in the Sevier County Jail accused of murder after an altercation Sunday in Venice.
The Richfield High School girls’ swim team won an exciting meet on the road last week before hosting Uintah and Cedar Saturday at home.
The Richfield High School boys' and girls' basketball teams will make their debut on the new home court of the Wildcats tonight in a double-header.
The first varsity games were played on Richfield High School's gym Nov. 24. The double-header included a girls game against Emery and a boys game against Kanab. The boys beat Kanab 61-32. The girls defeated Emery 62-34. For more about the games, check next week's edition of The Richfield Reaper.
A display of produce exemplifies the fresh fruit and vegetables available at the Farmers Market in Joseph Sept. 26. Organizers of the weekly commerce exchange are gearing up for the second annual harvest festival, which is set to take place Saturday, Oct. 17.
Congratulations Bill Bethke, Avon, Minn., the winner of an Arctic Cat ATV given away at the Rocky Mountain Jamboree in Richfield, Utah, Thursday night, Sept. 24.
MONROE — Piute’s Kinley Fautin saves the ball from hitting the floor Thursday night in Monroe. Fautin and the other Lady Thunderbirds played a tough South Sevier squad, succumbing in a 25-16, 25-18, 25-18 set.
Paige Cook, left, April Torgerson and Tyler Torgerson congratulate Kate Torgerson for raising the grand champion hog, along with Paul Pace during the Southern Utah Junior Livestock Show Friday morning. The hog sold for $1,100.
Wayne White, left, congratulates McKell Christensen for raising the grand champion lamb at the Southern Utah Livestock Show Friday morning. The show was hosted in conjunction with the Sevier County Fair. The lamb sold for $425.
Rayne Bagley, left, Layne Barney and Miss Sevier County Megan Hessey congratulate Payton Olsen for earning the grand champion prize in the steer category of the Southern Utah Junior Livestock Show. The steer sold for $3,850.