ST. GEORGE – With a new year right around the corner, it is customary to look back on the top stories of the previous year. What incident impacted readers the most? Which topic fired up their interests? Was it good news, or was it bad news?
St. George News looks back on the top 11 stories covered in 2011. Do the readers agree? Or was something left out?
Here are the stories 7 through 4.
7. To vaccinate or not vaccinate? – Sep. 28, 2011
SOUTHERN UTAH – Michelle Turner’s 13-month-old son acted like other normal toddlers – he cruised around, talked and used utensils. And then Turner got her son his HIB vaccine. “ … and I lost him,” Turner said… Read more
6. Utah foster mom member of Survivor tribe airing today on CBS – Sep. 14, 2011
SOUTH JORDAN – Through her experience of adoption and foster care, a Utah foster parent and mother of six fulfilled a lifelong dream of becoming a member of the tribe on the CBS reality show Survivor: South Pacific… Read More
5. Landslide closes SR 14 east of Cedar City – Oct. 8, 2011
CEDAR CITY — The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) has closed state Route 14 (S.R. 14) eight miles east of Cedar City following a landslide early this morning to address safety concerns and assess repair options… Read More
4. Protecting our constitutional right to keep and bear arms requires constant vigilance (OPINION) – Nov. 4, 2011
Sen. Orrin Hatch – Gun owners in America know they can never rest easy. That’s because Americans’ constitutional right to keep and bear arms is always under fire from the political left and their allies in the White House… Read more
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