Daily Archives: June 28, 2015

Not all history has to be lost: Provo resident preserving and digitizing art

Provo resident Cynthia Gale loves art and family history. In a desire to share family art passed down through generations, she recently found a way to do so without damaging the originals.

Not all history has to be lost: Provo resident preserving and digitizing art

Utah County’s Most Wanted: Man wanted for groping incident

UTAH COUNTY — The Utah County Sheriff’s Office is actively searching for Edwar Hone, last known to live in Orem, for two warrants for his arrest.

Utah County’s Most Wanted: Man wanted for groping incident

Candy Bomber to drop 1000 candy bars over Scera Park event

He’s known throughout the world as the infamous “Candy Bomber” or “Uncle Wiggly Wings,” so when Cries of Freedom announced that Gail Halvorsen would be dropping 1,000 candy bars at Scera Park …

Candy Bomber to drop 1000 candy bars over Scera Park event

Polk County People & Changes (June 28)

Polk County People & Changes (June 28)

Cattle Equipment: Lake Wales Company Finds Success in Livestock

If you haven’t heard of Serena Reed, it’s by design. "I like to be the silent person behind the operation," she said.

Cattle Equipment: Lake Wales Company Finds Success in Livestock

Woman killed in accident with Frontrunner train in Lehi

LEHI — A woman was killed and another man is in extremely critical condition after their pickup was hit by a Frontrunner train in Lehi Saturday evening.

Woman killed in accident with Frontrunner train in Lehi

Recalls for June 28th, 2015

Recalls for June 28th, 2015

10 facts you should know about the Spanish Fork River Trail

SPANISH FORK – Leaders and administration in the city of Spanish Fork appear to know how to throw a party.So many people attended the Spanish Fork River Trail grand opening on Saturday morning…

10 facts you should know about the Spanish Fork River Trail

Parched Caribbean Faces Widespread Drought, Water Shortages

The worst drought in five years is creeping across the Caribbean, prompting officials around the region to brace for a bone dry summer.

Parched Caribbean Faces Widespread Drought, Water Shortages

Engineers Look to Insects For Ideas

At a University of California, Berkeley laboratory, engineers are building cockroach-like robots with a noble purpose — search and rescue.

Engineers Look to Insects For Ideas