ST. GEORGE — In case you missed it, here is your weekend recap of the top five most-viewed stories published on St. George News from Saturday to Sunday, Nov. 11-12.

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Vehicle flies off Old Highway 91 and rolls into wash; driver faces charges

Two occupants of a Camry were seriously injured after leaving the road at high speeds and rolling several times on Old Dixie Highway 91, Ivins, Utah, Nov. 10, 2023 | Photo by Nick Yamashita, St. George News

IVINS — A sedan went off the road and rolled several times into a wash on Old Dixie Highway 91 at milepost 12 near the Shivwits Reservation Friday night.

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4 suspects in jail after security footage reveals alleged wallet-snatching incident in Southern Utah

2022 file photo for illustrative purposes only of St. George Police officers at Smith’s in St. George, Utah, March 27, 2022 | Photo by Alysha Lundgren, St. George News

ST. GEORGE — Four people are in custody in Washington County following an alleged wallet-snatching incident.

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Honor unfurled: Massive American flag flies over Snow Canyon for veterans, freedom

A massive American flag is unfurled at the Veterans Day tribute at Snow Canyon State Park, St. George, Utah, Nov. 11, 2023 | Photo by Stephanie DeGraw, St. George News

ST. GEORGE — Enormous Old Glory fluttered in the breeze high above Snow Canyon State Park, welcoming those who attended the Veterans Day tribute Saturday morning.

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One driver critically injured during lawnmower races in Beaver Dam

In this file photo, a Beaver Dam-Littlefield Fire truck sits in a parking lot, Beaver Dam, Arizona, Oct. 21, 2019 | Photo by Beaver Dam-Littlefield Fire District, St. George News

BEAVER DAM, Ariz. — The first day of the lawnmower racing season ended in tragedy when one driver was critically injured on Saturday.

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Kolob Canyons Road project continues in Zion National Park; winter 2024 completion anticipated

A worker walks along Kolob Canyons Road with a construction vehicle and sandstone cliffs behind him in Zion National Park, Oct. 24, 2023 | Photo courtesy of Ally O’Rullian, National Park Service, St. George News

SPRINGDALE – Zion National Park and the Federal Highway Administration are moving ahead with work to reopen all of Kolob Canyons Road to visitors.

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