'Dateline: St. George' With John Taylor

“Dateline: St. George” is a public-spirited, monthly audio program created and produced by John G. Taylor. 

 

John Taylor fled to a welcoming St. George in 2018 to escape California’s foul air. A graduate of New York University, writing letters to the editor helped launch a 30-year career as a newspaper reporter and editor. 

 

He especially relished covering religion, health care and education. A native of Brooklyn, he’s a fan of the Yankees, the Packers and Fresno State, roughly aligning with where he’s worked as a journalist and, until retirement, as public affairs director for nonprofit Community Medical Centers in Fresno. 

 

He and wife Judy, a retired teacher, relish chatting with everyone they meet, helping address community needs such as homelessness and discovering the special pleasures of being Utahans.

 

www.jtcommunicates.com/podcast

jtcommunicates@comcast.net


Now that we have phone apps that check blood-oxygen levels and your sunshine exposure, we need one that detects your capacity to handle the day’s news. You know, a digital news media “mood ring.”

I guess you can thank the explorers, miners and roughnecks who built the transcontinental railroad for some frisky names on Utah’s map.

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Two years ago, my wife and I moved to St. George. California’s air pollution was that bad. And Southwest Utah was that welcoming. Our California families thought we were looney.