Daily Archives: July 6, 2016

At least five injured, three hospitalized for fireworks-related injuries over the holiday weekend

Five people were seen by Utah Valley Hospital’s emergency department in Provo over the Fourth of July weekend, and at least three were hospitalized for fireworks-related injuries, according to Janet Frank, the hospital’s spokeswoman.

At least five injured, three hospitalized for fireworks-related injuries over the holiday weekend

Run2Remember combines patriotism, endurance to remember heroes

There was something different about the Run2Remember, a trail 5k that took place Tuesday evening in Pleasant Grove.

Run2Remember combines patriotism, endurance to remember heroes

Payson cancer survivor enjoys DC, courtesy of Mia Love

When Shannon Poulsen was invited to the Congressional Women’s Softball Game in June, she didn’t want to go without her husband Charles.

Payson cancer survivor enjoys DC, courtesy of Mia Love

Payson cancer survivor enjoys DC, courtesy of Mia Love

When Shannon Poulsen was invited to the Congressional Women’s Softball Game in June, she didn’t want to go without her husband Charles.

Payson cancer survivor enjoys DC, courtesy of Mia Love

Springville man arrested after reportedly taking car from a hit and run, evading police

Spanish Fork police arrested a Springville man Tuesday evening after he reportedly took a vehicle from the scene of a hit-and-run crash and attempted to flee from police.

Springville man arrested after reportedly taking car from a hit and run, evading police

Local infant resuscitation program to be implemented throughout Intermountain Healthcare

Healthcare staff and babies are breathing easier due to a training program that started at Orem Community Hospital.

Local infant resuscitation program to be implemented throughout Intermountain Healthcare

Hemmert hopes to fill vacancy left by resigning Utah Sen. Al Jackson

Though Sen. Al Jackson, R-Highland, announced months ago his intent to resign from his Utah Senate seat a few months early, he made it official Friday.

Hemmert hopes to fill vacancy left by resigning Utah Sen. Al Jackson

12-year-old from Spanish Fork opens lemonade stand for Children’s Justice Center

On the corner of 1600 South and 2300 East in Spanish Fork sits a little lemonade stand manned by 12-year-old Audrey Justice — a girl on a mission.

12-year-old from Spanish Fork opens lemonade stand for Children’s Justice Center