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  • HURRICANE - The Hurricane City Council approved the establishment of a "Home to Hurricane" housing program Thursday that would give a $2,000 credit to first-time home buyers.

  • HURRICANE - It's been nearly a month since construction began on the state Route 9 improvement project through downtown Hurricane and officials from the Utah Department of Transportation and contractor Interstate Rock Products said things have been running smoothly.

  • (Salt Lake Tribune) The southern Utah city of Hurricane is on record: It opposes federal legislation to limit greenhouse gas emissions on the grounds it would increase energy costs for consumers.

  • ST. GEORGE - When the Walker brothers purchased 2,400 acres in Hurricane the idea was to plan something different for the area, a development designed around individual neighborhoods for the 10,000-plus home sites with a unique blend of amenities.

  • HURRICANE - City Manager Clark Fawcett said Giving Vanguard Golf Management Group the management of Hurricane city-owned Sky Mountain Golf Course without the benefit of a "request for proposal" - an enhanced bid process - may have been a mistake. But he doesn't believe the outcome would have been different if the process had been changed.

  • HURRICANE - Delays on state Route 9 in Hurricane will be around for a while as Utah Department of Transportation works on a resurfacing project followed by the widening of the highway sometime in the fall.

  • HURRICANE - The people behind Our World Family will learn Thursday if the Hurricane City Council is going to support the project that is planned as a tourist destination with a theme park, water park, indoor ski resort and school system.

  • HURRICANE - More than 200 people attended the public hearing for the proposed Our World Family project at the Hurricane Elementary Auditorium, on Thursday, and after an hour of comment, those in favor and against were about even.

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