Monthly Archives: December 2016

Mormon Tabernacle Choir singer quits over Trump inaugural

SALT LAKE CITY — A member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir says she has resigned from the famed group over its decision to perform at next month’s inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.

Mormon Tabernacle Choir singer quits over Trump inaugural

Top Five stories of the LDS Church in 2016

Today marks the 11th in a series of stories devoted to the top news events in Utah County in 2016.

Top Five stories of the LDS Church in 2016

Sub for Santa a success with the help of hundreds of people

With the help of more than a thousand individuals, families and groups, United Way of Utah County was able to help 3,981 children in 1,400 families through their long-running Sub for Santa program.

Sub for Santa a success with the help of hundreds of people

‘The Nerd’ finds humor in life’s awkward moments

From Steve Urkel to Melville’s Bartleby, literature is full of examples of characters who don’t align with societal expectations. One of those characters is Rick, the misguided clown at the heart of “The Nerd,” opening Saturday at the Hale Centre…

‘The Nerd’ finds humor in life’s awkward moments

Police respond to possible shooting at American Fork Wal-Mart

Police have responded to a possible shooting near the Wal-Mart in American Fork.

Police respond to possible shooting at American Fork Wal-Mart

LLOYD: How I will always remember BYU football’s LaVell Edwards

Some days it’s just hard to go to work — and Thursday morning was one of the hardest for me.

LLOYD: How I will always remember BYU football’s LaVell Edwards

BYU gets $500k cybersecurity grant, UVU alumnus honored by Mike Pence

Brigham Young University

BYU gets $500k cybersecurity grant, UVU alumnus honored by Mike Pence

BYU gets $500k cybersecurity grant, UVU alumnus honored by Mike Pence

Brigham Young University

BYU gets $500k cybersecurity grant, UVU alumnus honored by Mike Pence

Children serve soldiers serving abroad

Children filled dozens of Christmas stockings at their regular Wasatch Range Society Children of the American Revolution meeting Dec. 17 at the Provo City Library. The stockings were shipped off immediately to members of the armed forces serving in Afghanistan.

Children serve soldiers serving abroad

VidAngel complies with injunction order, removes all movies from service

The popular Provo-based video filtering service, VidAngel, has removed all movies from its service as a part of a preliminary injunction in a suit brought against it by major movie studios.

VidAngel complies with injunction order, removes all movies from service