Monthly Archives: November 2016

Teen charged with murder in near-decapitation of homeless man

Murder charges have been filed against an 18-year-old man who reportedly killed a transient man in Provo.

Teen charged with murder in near-decapitation of homeless man

Provo Parks and Recreation calling 2016 a great success

In Provo, the idea of if you build it they will come has propelled places like the recreation center to being a fully self-sustaining component of the city.

Provo Parks and Recreation calling 2016 a great success

From the Web: Napoleon Dynamite returns … to promo tater tots

Burger King’s cheesy tots are back, and, thanks to a catchy commercial released by the fast food giant, so are best friends Napoleon Dynamite and Pedro of the cult classic film “Napoleon Dynamite,” the brainchild of BYU alumni Jared and…

From the Web: Napoleon Dynamite returns … to promo tater tots

Report: Utah needs demand more liquor stores, including in Pleasant Grove

SALT LAKE CITY — The number of state-run liquor stores in Utah lags significantly behind demand from a growing population, found a new independent report released this week.

Report: Utah needs demand more liquor stores, including in Pleasant Grove

Utah mother finds success through education

Avalon Grey graduated from Utah Valley University in 2011 and has obtained a good job. And though it was well worth it, she still looks back on the struggles she faced in getting her education.

Utah mother finds success through education

Utah DCFS and state hospital seeking support for forgotten foster children, adults

Ricky Ballestros, a student at Weber State University, knows what it’s like to have his belongings thrown in a trash bag as a kid.

Utah DCFS and state hospital seeking support for forgotten foster children, adults

Family of six struggling after rough year and job loss

2016 has not been a kind year to Karen and her family — instead it has been one filled with loss and struggles.

Family of six struggling after rough year and job loss

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Michael Olsen

Michael Olsen is a teacher at Karl G. Maeser Preparatory Academy, and is the Daily Herald’s Utah Valley Educator of the Week.

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Michael Olsen

Group raises concerns over possible development of 500 acres in Payson Canyon

Payson has offers on the table from developers interested in purchasing more than 500 acres of city-owned property up Payson Canyon known as Four Bay.

Group raises concerns over possible development of 500 acres in Payson Canyon

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Abriel Rosenvall

Abriel Rosenvall is a junior at Karl G. Maeser Preparatory Academy, and has been chosen as the Daily Herald’s Utah Valley Student of the Week.

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Abriel Rosenvall