Port 15 Utah in Cedar City, Utah is one of a number of locations being considered for a “Satellite” Port for Utah’s inland port proposal. It has a lot of factors in place that the other sites do not have yet and has been working towards this type of business model for years.
According to an article published by The Salt Lake Tribune, the partnership will be in place for 5 years, with the festival hiring one student from RADA each year. This will also be the first time that RADA will be bringing it’s productions to the United States for one week runs each July at the 200-seat Anes Theatre for the duration of the partnership.
Edward Kemp, RADA’s director was quoted by sltrib.com saying: “delighted about RADA’s collaboration with Utah Shakespeare Festival and the opportunity it presents for our students to enrich their learning.”
In April of this year, Natural Grocers owner Michelle Hines will be adding a new store in Cedar City to it’s 155 locations.
“What we are super proud about is that we have no artificial colors or flavors in any of our products, our produce department is 100% organic and we have anything that comes from an animal is free range and well-fed. No antibiotics or hormones,” Hines said. “We have very high standards, because we want to share that with our communities.” Hines was quoted saying by Stgeorgeutah.com
The state senate recently passed a bill that could make daylight savings time permanent. The bill still has to be passed through the house and get the governor’s signature according to an article recently published by the spectrum.
Utah has the 14th lowest average earnings per job while having the 13th highest amount of adults with a bachelors degree according to an article published by The Spectrum.
GOEX, a massive plastic manufacturer announced that they would be bringing some of their operations to Cedar City in the summer of 2019.
Southern Utah’s economy is expected to grow exponentially in the year 2020 according to a recent article reported by The Spectrum. https://www.thespectrum.com/story/news/2020/01/31/new-development-millions-sq-ft-coming-southern-utah-2020-s/2855957001/