Daily Archives: July 30, 2016

Little drummer boys and girls celebrate African traditions in Provo

It was a beautiful mosaic of browns, tans, and ivory skin tones Friday morning at the Provo Library at Academy Square.

Little drummer boys and girls celebrate African traditions in Provo

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Orem homes built over Salt Lake Aqueduct, causing headaches in two counties

The Salt Lake Aqueduct that brings water to approximately one million people in Salt Lake Valley, flows in part through pipes along the Orem bench — and apparently under homes as well.

Orem homes built over Salt Lake Aqueduct, causing headaches in two counties

Francis Gibbons, aide to top Mormon leaders, dies at 95

SALT LAKE CITY — It was 1970, and the LDS Church was looking for a “mature” male secretary for its governing First Presidency — someone who had administrative experience and could take notes in shorthand.

Francis Gibbons, aide to top Mormon leaders, dies at 95

Francis Gibbons, aide to top Mormon leaders, dies at 95

SALT LAKE CITY — It was 1970, and the LDS Church was looking for a “mature” male secretary for its governing First Presidency — someone who had administrative experience and could take notes in shorthand.

Francis Gibbons, aide to top Mormon leaders, dies at 95

Pain of polygamy still lingers in LDS lives, new book asserts

A new book by prominent Mormon author Carol Lynn Pearson explores — and condemns — former and current teachings by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on the subject of polygamy.

Pain of polygamy still lingers in LDS lives, new book asserts

Pain of polygamy still lingers in LDS lives, new book asserts

A new book by prominent Mormon author Carol Lynn Pearson explores — and condemns — former and current teachings by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on the subject of polygamy.

Pain of polygamy still lingers in LDS lives, new book asserts

Girls learn cybersecurity concepts through simulations at BYU camp

The consistent mumbling of the engine stopped, an alert informed the crew of a power failure and the ship was sent to a sudden stop, surrounded by the enormous expanse of space with a hostile alien ship quickly approaching.

Girls learn cybersecurity concepts through simulations at BYU camp

Victims of domestic violence in Utah share stories of turning abuse into empowerment

No one expects to be abused. But when abuse happens, it’s terrifying for the victim. Their lives are shattered and everything they knew about their loved one has changed. Many victims spoke with the Daily Herald to help better explain…

Victims of domestic violence in Utah share stories of turning abuse into empowerment

Review: Florida Georgia Line finds its ‘Party People” at USANA Amphitheatre

Utah likes to get rowdy. Especially when it comes to country concerts on a Friday night! That rowdiness is especially true when your party hosts are country superstar duo Florida Georgia Line!

Review: Florida Georgia Line finds its ‘Party People” at USANA Amphitheatre

Deputies report fatal crash in remote area of southeast Utah County

A fatal crash has been reported by Utah County Sheriff’s Office at Emma Park Road east of Spanish Fork Canyon north of Price.

Deputies report fatal crash in remote area of southeast Utah County