Monthly Archives: August 2016

Payson man finds direction serving in Thailand

Sometimes when you’re unsure of a direction for your life, it helps to get out and serve others. Sometimes it can change your life.

Payson man finds direction serving in Thailand

Mother of man shot by police pleads guilty to DUI charge

SALT LAKE CITY — The mother of a man fatally shot by Utah police has pleaded guilty to a DUI in connection to crashing her car into a Utah Highway Patrol cruiser.

Mother of man shot by police pleads guilty to DUI charge

Eagle Mountain sheep handler prepares for Soldier Hollow Classic

With a whistle and the range of sounds and tones it makes, Karen Stanley instructs her 9-year-old border collie, Clare, how to move the five sheep in her pasture.

Eagle Mountain sheep handler prepares for Soldier Hollow Classic

Springville’s Brigitte Wing followed love from Germany and found a community

With thousands of crucial yet everyday people comprising the Utah Valley community, the Daily Herald would like to further highlight and share the real stories and impact of those who have recently departed. “A bit more of the story” reflects…

Springville’s Brigitte Wing followed love from Germany and found a community

No injuries after car goes through Orem business

A car drove into a business as part of a three-car accident Tuesday afternoon at 900 East and Center Street, according to Lt. Craig Martinez with the Orem Police Department.

No injuries after car goes through Orem business

Parking in Provo no paradise

Paraphrasing Joni Mitchell’s 1970s hit, Provo’s Joaquin Neighborhood on Monday looked like someone “paved paradise and put up a parking lot.”

Parking in Provo no paradise

Pleasant Grove’s Valley View Elementary School turns 50

Sherrie Ellsworth was demonstrating how to make a fire to her fourth-grade students when she went through a cake pan full of sand and wound up burning a hole in the rug. And hardly no one knew about it either,…

Pleasant Grove’s Valley View Elementary School turns 50

Federal funding will be used to shut six mine openings in Utah County

The Utah Department of Natural Resources, Division of Oil, Gas and Mining, is working on a project to close six abandoned mine openings in Utah County that could pose a danger to people.

Federal funding will be used to shut six mine openings in Utah County

Former Carpenters’ Home in Lakeland restored as senior facility

The former Carpenters’ Home is reborn as Lake Gibson Village, a senior living community holding its grand opening Thursday. The opening marks a renaissance for the Mediterranean-style structure, which closed as a retirement home in 1976 and later served as a private school.

Former Carpenters’ Home in Lakeland restored as senior facility

Lake Gibson Village’s new owners pay tribute to Carpenters’ Home past

CEO Renee Tucker has set aside an area off the lobby as a “museum” in which artifacts will be displayed, such as the original architectural plans for the building and vintage postcards bearing its image.

Lake Gibson Village’s new owners pay tribute to Carpenters’ Home past