Monthly Archives: April 2016

Sagebrush project creates landscape of cooperation

RUSH VALLEY, Utah — The distrust and ongoing litigation often entrenched in the relationship between the federal government and the state of Utah over public lands management was nowhere to be found among the sagebrush in Tooele County recently.

Sagebrush project creates landscape of cooperation

Eagle Mountain wins Best Waste Water Service Award

The Eagle Mountain Sewer Department has set a standard of service future employees may have to stretch to follow.

Eagle Mountain wins Best Waste Water Service Award

Man killed in officer-involved shooting near Spanish Fork

A man died after being shot by a Utah County deputy.

Man killed in officer-involved shooting near Spanish Fork

Salem man behind bars on reports of burglarizing home, stealing gun, TVs and jewelry

A Salem man was arrested Thursday by deputies with the Utah County Sheriff’s Office on reports of burglarizing a home in Benjamin and stealing numerous expensive personal items.

Salem man behind bars on reports of burglarizing home, stealing gun, TVs and jewelry

BYU Women’s Conference urges women to be one in charity

Thousands of women, both Utah residents and non-residents alike, descended on Provo and Brigham Young University Thursday and Friday for BYU’s annual Women’s Conference.

BYU Women’s Conference urges women to be one in charity

Provo developments pepper sky with cranes

Back the late 1970s and 1980s, when downtown Provo was struggling to compete against the new University Mall in Orem, Sam Metzger and his mom would make a point of shopping downtown.

Provo developments pepper sky with cranes

Utah officials send letter to Obama opposing new monument

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah officials who fear President Barack Obama may be poised to declare a new national monument in the state are once again telling the president they oppose the idea.

Utah officials send letter to Obama opposing new monument

American Fork celebrates Arbor Day and near completion of memorial garden

American Fork observed Arbor Day with children, a tree, a Latin lesson and a teaser for future events at the city’s memorial garden.

American Fork celebrates Arbor Day and near completion of memorial garden

Provo’s The National Parks win award in International Songwriting Competition

Local band The National Parks have really been on a roll the past few years.

Provo’s The National Parks win award in International Songwriting Competition

Shipping containers offer welcome homes in Phoenix

The structures usually used to transport cargo have been transformed into eight apartments. Scuff marks, old serial numbers and shipping company logos remain, but a look inside each unit reveals a 740-square-foot modern home.

Shipping containers offer welcome homes in Phoenix