Daily Archives: July 3, 2016

Lehi police arrest Grantsville man on suspected rape

Lehi police arrested a Grantsville man early Saturday morning on suspicion of first-degree felony rape in an incident that dates back to November 2013.

Lehi police arrest Grantsville man on suspected rape

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Summer concerts in the park throughout Utah County

For music lovers, one of the best parts of summer is the series of free concerts in the park hosted by various cities around Utah County. To spread a blanket on the grass in the cooling temperatures of sunset and…

Summer concerts in the park throughout Utah County

Payson: City features a lengthy summer lineup

Payson has some great events planned for the summer of 2016.

Payson: City features a lengthy summer lineup

Tim McGraw sets Stadium of Fire aflame

Stadium of Fire is known for good music, packed and energetic crowds, amazing fireworks displays and always a few surprises.

Tim McGraw sets Stadium of Fire aflame

Herald Editorial: Our patriotism requires us to be good stewards

As the country and Utah County celebrates the Fourth of July, many will take a moment to pause and share gratitude for the freedoms afforded to us — freedoms like faith and speech, and perhaps some of the more explosive…

Herald Editorial: Our patriotism requires us to be good stewards

Highland Fling: Don’t let the cute knees fool you; these people are strong!

Much has changed since the 1870s when early Mormon settlers made the city of Highland their home. Many were drawn to the rolling hills and green fields that reminded them of the beauty of Scotland.

Highland Fling: Don’t let the cute knees fool you; these people are strong!

Don’t look now but American Fork’s Steel Days could have gone to the birds

Making its mark on the Wasatch Front is nothing new to American Fork. Moviegoers can see popular locations embedded in the 1984 movie “Footloose,” the infamous carnival scene from “The Sandlot” took place in Robinson Park, and the looming presence…

Don’t look now but American Fork’s Steel Days could have gone to the birds

Steel Days: Cooking up fun at this year’s Picnic in the Park

Here is the recipe for a great summer’s day in American Fork.

Steel Days: Cooking up fun at this year’s Picnic in the Park

It’s Miller Time: John and Pam Miller named grand marshals for Steel Days celebration

The American Fork Steel Days celebration will hit a high note as residents John Miller, a long-time director of bands at American Fork High School, and his wife Pam are recognized as grand marshals for 2016.

It’s Miller Time: John and Pam Miller named grand marshals for Steel Days celebration

Fiesta Days parades honor heritage, youth and grand marshals

Fiesta Days is a celebration full of parades, with one celebrating the city’s Western heritage with horses and handcarts, one just for kids and the traditional Grand Parade.

Fiesta Days parades honor heritage, youth and grand marshals