Monthly Archives: March 2017

BYU announces Elder Foster as April 27 commencement speaker

Bradley D. Foster, a General Authority Seventy in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will be the presiding authority and speaker at Brigham Young University’s commencement, the university announced Thursday.

BYU announces Elder Foster as April 27 commencement speaker

Sen. Hatch seeks to ease delays for Mormon missionaries

SALT LAKE CITY — U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah is introducing a proposal that aims to remedy religious visa delays that the Mormon church says are disrupting the religion’s missionary program.

Sen. Hatch seeks to ease delays for Mormon missionaries

Orem man arrested on reports of sexually abusing underage girl

An Orem man was arrested Wednesday on reports of sexually abusing a young girl.

Orem man arrested on reports of sexually abusing underage girl

Spanish Fork police arrest man suspected of sexually abusing underage girl

A man was arrested Wednesday by Spanish Fork police officers on reports of sexually abusing a young girl.

Spanish Fork police arrest man suspected of sexually abusing underage girl

Saratoga Springs holds discussions on roads and water issues

Residents had the chance to ask questions and get answers Tuesday night about infrastructure and other issues at the Saratoga Springs City Open House.

Saratoga Springs holds discussions on roads and water issues

Mapleton couple makes fidgeting profitable with their new business

A good portion of today’s society fidgets. Whether its pen clicking, leg shaking, key twirling, finger tapping or hair twirling — it’s a habit.

Mapleton couple makes fidgeting profitable with their new business

Mad Dog invites women to Ladies Night

Woman was king at Mad Dog Cycles on Thursday in Orem, as dozens of lady cyclists descended upon the store for a Ladies Night event.

Mad Dog invites women to Ladies Night

Utah doctor organizing free colonoscopies

A local doctor is working to arrange free colonoscopies for those in need.

Utah doctor organizing free colonoscopies

Sen. Orrin Hatch’s new bill seeks help for missionary visas

LDS missionaries called from foreign countries to serve in the United States are just as inclined to wait several months to get their visas, as are U.S. missionaries waiting to go to foreign countries.

Sen. Orrin Hatch’s new bill seeks help for missionary visas

Man faces Wyoming charges in death of American Fork rail worker

KEMMERER, Wyo. — A 23-year-old man accused of killing a Utah train worker in western Wyoming has waived his right to a preliminary hearing.

Man faces Wyoming charges in death of American Fork rail worker