1. Candy Cane Lane


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    Santa Shoot by yellowpix.com at the Washington City Community Center, Washington City, UT November 16, 2013. I believe in Santa filmed during the Candy Cane Lane Boutique Christmas festival. Utilizing a time-lapsed Sony HDR AS30V Action Camera.

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    • City Council votes “no” to Boiler Springs Ecoseum and Desert Preserve


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      On a vote of 3-2, Washington City Council members voted not to move forward with plans to partner with a grassroots group proposing to build a museum and preserve at the historic warm springs site. Washington City Mayor Ken Neilson said after much discussion the three council members who voted against the proposal did so out of fear of a possible financial obligation. The group was proposing that the city keep control of the land until they were able to build the site up in stages. Members of the non-profit Ecoseum group were no doubt disappointed by the vote, which took three years of negotiating and planning for a 15-million dollar state-of- the art facility and preserve. But the Mayor said there’s nothing that says they can’t come back and make another proposal which puts more “skin” in the game.

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      • One vehicle rollover claims the life of a male driver in Washington City


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        Washington City - One man is dead after being thrown out of a Corvette in a late Thursday afternoon accident. According to Washington City Police Department PIO Ed Kantor, the vehicle rolled several times after leaving the roadway at a high rate of speed headed westbound on Telegraph Street near Fourteen Fairway Drive. The man driving the car was pronounced dead at the scene.

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        • Washington City Council to decide the fate of historic "boiling springs"


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          For over 150 years, residents living in the Washington City area have appreciated and protected the “boiling springs”. The natural fresh water underground springs have been used for irrigation, swimming and even supports fish habitat. A proposal to preserve the springs and develop the area into an educational site has some residents leery. Their concerns are over the water rights as well as losing an historic warm springs that has been supplying the community a fresh water source for generations. Washington City Council members will decide on Thursday, June 10, whether the proposal for an Ecoseum and Desert Preserve will move forward.

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