Daily Archives: June 8, 2015

Police identify 3 killed in apparent murder-suicide

SALT LAKE CITY — Police say a Murray man appears to have shot his fiancee and their 2-year-old son before turning the gun on himself over the weekend.

Police identify 3 killed in apparent murder-suicide

Chief supports de-escalation training, but not for rookies

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah police chief supports the use of de-escalation training, but believes the training should be reserved for experienced officers.

Chief supports de-escalation training, but not for rookies

2 teenagers escape South Salt Lake detention center

SOUTH SALT LAKE — Police are looking for two teenage boys who escaped from a juvenile detention center in Salt Lake County.

2 teenagers escape South Salt Lake detention center

West Valley City settles with officer fired after shooting

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah city will pay about $120,000 in back pay and benefits to settle with a police officer who was fired after he fatally shot a woman during a drug investigation.

West Valley City settles with officer fired after shooting

New Tastes of Mexico: Loco Gringos Cantina Will Give Way to Taco Bus Soon

Downtown Lakeland is saying “adios” to Loco Gringos Cantina. But taco aficionados soon will be saying “bienvenidos” to a new Mexican restaurant slated to occupy the same space.

New Tastes of Mexico: Loco Gringos Cantina Will Give Way to Taco Bus Soon

Man arrested on suspicion of raping, assaulting woman

SPRINGVILLE—Officers with the Springville Police Department arrested a man Friday afternoon on charges of raping and assaulting a woman.

Man arrested on suspicion of raping, assaulting woman

In Business

Robert Roy, MSN, CCRN, CNML, director of the Cardiovascular Service Line at Lakeland Regional Health, was honored as one of nine international finalists for Gallup Manager of the Year on June 3 during the 2015 Gallup Workplace Summit in Omaha, Neb.

In Business

Cultural celebration expresses colorful talents of local youth

President Henry B. Eyring, First Counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, opened the Payson Temple Cultural Celebration held at LaVell Edwards Stad…

Cultural celebration expresses colorful talents of local youth

Marketplace Offers Unique Products in Lake Hamilton

It’s like Nantucket, but all inside, and it’s like Key West without the cobblestone.
That’s how owner Linda Delia-Santos describes Vintage 27, which held its grand reopening Saturday. The business never actually closed, but it acquired a second building, allowing 32 new small businesses to run their own booths.

Marketplace Offers Unique Products in Lake Hamilton

A Clinical Facility Is Safer Than Ranch, Cheaper Than Hospitals

Dr. LuJean Waters will continue to make house calls, a comfort to owners of cattle, horses and other large animals in Polk County, if not her patients.

A Clinical Facility Is Safer Than Ranch, Cheaper Than Hospitals