Daily Archives: May 7, 2016

Food freedom movement clashes with public health fears

OGDEN, Utah — In 2014, 99 people were infected by bacteria traced to raw milk sold at a small dairy in Weber County. One person died and 10 were hospitalized. The campylobacter outbreak triggered an investigation by state and federal…

Food freedom movement clashes with public health fears

Utah County starts constructing first full Habitat home to be built by women

Though blustery weather descended on Utah County this weekend, it — like many life hardships — could not deter the work and spirit of dozens of Utah women circled together in Provo to help a fellow woman in need.

Utah County starts constructing first full Habitat home to be built by women

Provo family of 7 enjoy being full-time pedestrians

In New York City, going car-less is the norm, but in Utah County, it’s a lot less common. One Provo family, though, has been proving it’s very possible — with a little bit of planning.

Provo family of 7 enjoy being full-time pedestrians

Utah County deputy involved in Lake Shore shooting named

On the afternoon of April 30 a man with several arrest warrants was shot and killed by a Utah County Sheriff’s deputy in the Lake Shore area west of Spanish Fork.

Utah County deputy involved in Lake Shore shooting named

From the Web: YouTube prankster Stuart Edge finds some strange gifts for Mom

From the Web: YouTube prankster Stuart Edge finds some strange gifts for Mom

Provo music’s next frontier? It might be the 24-hour album

At 6:30 a.m. on a recent Saturday morning, Kyle Benson’s eyes were slightly glazed and bloodshot. His Orem living room was dark, with traces of the early morning light shining through. His friends, Jared Gay and Sebastian Meyer, plunked away…

Provo music’s next frontier? It might be the 24-hour album

Suspected burglar arrested for stealing firearms, vehicle, other items in Palmyra

A Utah County Sherriff’s Office deputy arrested a man in Provo Friday morning on suspicion of several thefts in Palmyra.

Suspected burglar arrested for stealing firearms, vehicle, other items in Palmyra

No funding for porn-fighting programs in wake of state proclamation calling porn a public health crisis

Almost three weeks after a state declaration proclaiming pornography a public health crisis, the local county health department does not have any plans for pornography-fighting campaigns or programs.

No funding for porn-fighting programs in wake of state proclamation calling porn a public health crisis

Democratic commission candidate wants to help county employees

As five Republican candidates vied for the party nomination to become a Utah County commissioner this winter, Jeanne Bowen sat back and watched.

Democratic commission candidate wants to help county employees