Daily Archives: December 25, 2016

A confluence of conservation and development: The top 5 north Utah County stories of 2016

Today marks the sixth in a series of stories devoted to the top news events in Utah County in 2016.

A confluence of conservation and development: The top 5 north Utah County stories of 2016

Eagle Mountain mayor: Looking back on Eagle Mountain’s 20-year history

On Dec. 3, Eagle Mountain City celebrated its 20th anniversary. Eagle Mountain was incorporated in 1996 with only 250 residents. Today, our population is over 31,000.

Eagle Mountain mayor: Looking back on Eagle Mountain’s 20-year history

Wrapping up Christmas

T’was the morning before Christmas, and all through the Provo Towne Centre mall shoppers were scurrying for last-minute gifts.

Wrapping up Christmas

Herald editorial: How we can always embody the spirit of Christmas

This December we have seen a true outpouring of service and love.

Herald editorial: How we can always embody the spirit of Christmas

Church Services for Dec. 25

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Church Services for Dec. 25

Police: American Fork shooting was likely domestic violence related

Police have determined the shooting Saturday morning at the Fast Gas in American Fork was domestic violence related and are looking for the suspect.

Police: American Fork shooting was likely domestic violence related

Brothers collect antlers to raise $25,000 for 36 families’ Christmases

Every year deer shed their antlers. It’s a natural process that many overlook, but those antlers can be worth some money.

Brothers collect antlers to raise $25,000 for 36 families’ Christmases

Brothers collect antlers to raise $25,000 for 36 families’ Christmases

Every year deer shed their antlers. It’s a natural process that many overlook, but those antlers can be worth some money.

Brothers collect antlers to raise $25,000 for 36 families’ Christmases

Lindon residents should be prepared to boil water through the weekend

Lindon residents should expect to be under a boil order for the remainder of the weekend after a water sample tested positive for E.coli on Friday, according to city officials.

Lindon residents should be prepared to boil water through the weekend