Monthly Archives: September 2016

Trench collapse leaves one dead, one still trapped in American Fork

One worker is dead after a trench collapsed Friday afternoon in American Fork, and crews are still working to free another.

Trench collapse leaves one dead, one still trapped in American Fork

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Pleasant Grove officers forced to stop using body cameras

Due to new state legislation governing the use of body-worn cameras by police officers, the Pleasant Grove Police Department has been forced to stop using them in most cases. Ceasing the use of the cameras strikes a blow to police…

Pleasant Grove officers forced to stop using body cameras

LDS General Conference kicks off as refugee concerns grow

SALT LAKE CITY — Mormon leaders are set to deliver spiritual guidance at this weekend’s twice-yearly conference as their members in the U.S. grapple with a testy presidential election and followers around the world try to respond to increasing needs…

LDS General Conference kicks off as refugee concerns grow

Marshall U coach speaks in Lehi, Human trafficking awareness concert, Empower Mali open house

Marshall University coach speaks on rebuilding after tragedy

Marshall U coach speaks in Lehi, Human trafficking awareness concert, Empower Mali open house

Marshall U coach speaks in Lehi, Human trafficking awareness concert, Empower Mali open house

Marshall University coach speaks on rebuilding after tragedy

Marshall U coach speaks in Lehi, Human trafficking awareness concert, Empower Mali open house

In Provo, Reid Moon’s treasure trove of rare books will astound you

In a library in a store in the Shops at Riverwoods, there’s a safe. Within that safe, there sits what might be the most historically significant collection of items anywhere in Utah County — perhaps in all of Utah.

In Provo, Reid Moon’s treasure trove of rare books will astound you

Residents over 40 gather to perform in BYU orchestra

The BYU New Horizons Orchestra had been practicing an arrangement from the opera “Carmen,” for the better part of 30 minutes at their Thursday practice.

Residents over 40 gather to perform in BYU orchestra

Women of UVU Association works to transform lives

A rose by any other name would smell as sweet. William Shakespeare penned those words centuries ago. But today there are many varieties of roses, and many nuances of vocabulary.

Women of UVU Association works to transform lives

One family’s dream expands into Spanish Fork bakery

By 8 a.m., Abigail’s Oven, a Spanish Fork bakery specializing in sourdough, is busier than the streets outside.

One family’s dream expands into Spanish Fork bakery

Orem man sentenced for abusing girlfriend’s infant

An Orem man was sentenced to probation and GPS monitoring Wednesday in Provo’s Fourth District Court for abusing his girlfriend’s infant.

Orem man sentenced for abusing girlfriend’s infant