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As a part of the Women’s Business Center of Utah statewide launch initiative, a meeting was held for female professionals across the region at Snow College in Richfield, Jan. 9. 

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Mayors across Sevier County have commissioned women from their communities to head up a local branch of the statewide Better Days 2020 organization. 

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Building permit numbers in Sevier County remained steady in 2019 as 60 permits for new homes were issued, with a total value of approximately $14.163 million. 

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The Richfield City Fire Department responded to 1,005 calls in the past decade, according to a report compiled by Brion Terry, the department’s second lieutenant. 

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Three young men from Scout Troop 605 in the Richfield fifth ward were presented their Eagle Scout awards during court of honor Dec. 29. 

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Richfield High School’s Assistant Principal and Athletic Director, Richard Barton, was selected by the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association to receive one of the organization’s top awards for 2019 – NIAAA Frank Kovaleski Professional Development Award.

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BRIGHAM CITY — Bud Edward Lowe will celebrate his 90th birthday at an open house held at the LDS church located at 650 Anderson Drive in Brigham City, Saturday, Jan. 18, from 3 to 5 p.m.

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Have you or your spouse ever been diagnosed with a mental health problem? Mental health problems are much more common than most people realize. The most recent estimates indicate that approximately 25 percent of adults experience depression symptoms, 30 percent of adults experience anxiety s…

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The year 2020 marks an historic time from 150 years ago when the first woman’s vote was cast. The momentous vote took place in Utah and was cast by Seraph Young. 

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A 14-year-old male is starting the New Year with injuries and the possibility of criminal charges after leading police on a chase through Richfield’s streets Dec. 31.