Daily Archives: July 23, 2016

Mercer Fire on Lake Mountain expected to be fully contained by Saturday night

Crews from the Northern Utah Interagency Fire Center continued working Saturday on the 27.5-acre Mercer Fire burning in Lake Mountain on the west side of Utah Lake.

Mercer Fire on Lake Mountain expected to be fully contained by Saturday night

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Free fatherhood classes helping today’s dads

It’s hard to be a parent in today’s world. Children’s brains seem wired to understand the nuances of every new tech gadget, while their parents are still trying to figure out how to turn the darn things on.

Free fatherhood classes helping today’s dads

BYU MOA’s ‘Capturing the Canyons’ exhibits hurls viewers into the national parks

There’s something positively arid about Mark Knudsen’s “Condor at the South Rim.” The Utah painter’s painting is featured in the Brigham Young University Museum of Art’s new “Capturing the Canyons” exhibit. Beige, brown and salmon-colored cliffs protrude from the black…

BYU MOA’s ‘Capturing the Canyons’ exhibits hurls viewers into the national parks

Firefighters respond to house fire in northeast Provo

Firefighters are currently at the scene of a house fire in northeast Provo.

Firefighters respond to house fire in northeast Provo

Orem teen killed, stepmother in critical condition after lightning strike in Flaming Gorge

Flaming Gorge, Daggett County – An Orem teen was killed and a Spanish Fork woman in critical condition after being struck by lightning at noon Friday in a remote area of Flaming Gorge.

Orem teen killed, stepmother in critical condition after lightning strike in Flaming Gorge

Scientist, educational advisor challenges general election candidate for Sen. Jackson’s vacant senate seat

Two candidates have filed to run in a midterm vacancy election to replace state Sen. Al Jackson, R-Highland, who resigned from his position on July 1.

Scientist, educational advisor challenges general election candidate for Sen. Jackson’s vacant senate seat