Daily Archives: March 1, 2017

Provo lawmaker’s bill to lower legal blood alcohol content level passes out of committee

Will lowering the legal level of blood alcohol content for Utah drivers save lives, or simply contribute to Utah’s “weirdness” factor?

Provo lawmaker’s bill to lower legal blood alcohol content level passes out of committee

BYU students starting conversations on mental health

It’s not unusual for students at Brigham Young University to blame themselves for their mental health struggles.

BYU students starting conversations on mental health

Orem student arrested on reports of assaulting another student

Orem police officers arrested a man Tuesday morning on reports that he and a juvenile beat a teenage boy.

Orem student arrested on reports of assaulting another student

18 hurt in snowstorm crash that closed US 89 in northern Utah

LOGAN — A semitrailer truck collided with a car in a winter storm in northern Utah, triggering a chain reaction that involved six vehicles and sent 18 people to the hospital.

18 hurt in snowstorm crash that closed US 89 in northern Utah

Schools under construction across Utah County

As Utah County continues to experience growth, school districts and charter schools continue to struggle to accommodate increasing student enrollment.

Schools under construction across Utah County

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Annalynn Cannon

Annalynn Cannon is an outstanding sixth-grade student who makes life more enjoyable for everyone. She was chosen as the Daily Herald’s Student of the Week.

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Annalynn Cannon

Multiple cars involved in accidents, slowing traffic on Interstate 15 in Lehi

Several cars were involved in traffic accidents that slowed traffic on northbound Interstate 15 through Lehi Wednesday morning.

Multiple cars involved in accidents, slowing traffic on Interstate 15 in Lehi

Construction begins on Eagle Mountain high school

For now, Eagle Mountain’s high school is just a snowy field within eyesight of Frontier Middle School.

Construction begins on Eagle Mountain high school

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Vickie Ahlstrom

Exploration, discovery, teamwork, inquiry and technology are the cornerstones of Vickie Ahlstrom’s instruction. She is a nationally board certified teacher and continues to examine and reexamine her craft, making adjustments each year so she is on the path of continual…

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Vickie Ahlstrom

LDS Church releases book sharing uncovered talks from women across 185 years

As a pre-cursor to the March 17 celebration of the 175th anniversary of the Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the LDS Church has released a volume of discourses by women over the past 185…

LDS Church releases book sharing uncovered talks from women across 185 years