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An ongoing collection of community stories curated by State Bank of Southern Utah
An ongoing collection of community stories curated by State Bank of Southern Utah

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Happy Mother's Day! đź’•
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Happy Cinco de Mayo!
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Travis grew up playing the traditional sports of football and baseball in Southern Utah, but his love for soccer grew as he began to learn the intricacies of the game. Now he's passing his skills to the next generation. Read his story below.
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You couldn’t pry Bill Fowler away from his students with a crowbar. As Bill walked the halls of Tuacahn High School for the Performing Arts (THS), student upon student and faculty upon faculty came up, shook hands and delivered hugs.
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Dale is really supportive of having a cosmetology education as an option for people in the community. He made sure his school taught his students more than just cutting hair. Read more here:
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New #BankOnSouthernUtah story! Gary and Cheryl Collins have dedicated their lives to creating beauty wherever they go. Read their story to see how they're using their love of art to give back to the Southern Utah community.
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One of our very first stories. Pastor Rick is the head Pastor at Calvary Chapel St. George and tonight’s Christmas Eve Service is one of their biggest outreaches. Find out the reason why he and those who attend Calvary find it important to reach out to their community! The service starts at 6 pm at the Dixie Center and is free to all.
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Charles & Cheryl Reeve with Hurricane Electronics Lab know when to sweat the small stuff. Especially when that small stuff powers almost everything we need to survive in 2016. Phones, computers, even hair dryers.
What small things matter to you?
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Chief Stratton of St. George (Utah) Police Department didn’t start out his adult career in law enforcement but had that influence from a young age. Instead, at 18 he worked as an EMT for the original Washington County Ambulance service. Click to find out what influenced him to make the switch.
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Experiences in her own life inspired LuAnn to work as the Executive Director of Memory Matters Utah, a nonprofit that provides services, education, and activities to those with dementia and their caregivers. #BankonSouthernUtah
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