Daily Archives: March 23, 2017

‘Sonder’ invites audiences into the action for immersive theater experience

When choreographer and director Graham Brown talks about his latest creation, “Sonder,” an immersive dance theater production, he frequently uses the word “boogie.”

‘Sonder’ invites audiences into the action for immersive theater experience

Santaquin man arrested on reports of sexually abusing underage girl

Officers with the Santaquin Police Department arrested a man Wednesday night on reports of sexually assaulting a girl several times.

Santaquin man arrested on reports of sexually abusing underage girl

Orem man previously charged with rape sentenced to year in jail

An Orem man previously charged with rape will spend a year in the Utah County Jail with credit for time served.

Orem man previously charged with rape sentenced to year in jail

Utah governor says he will approve strictest DUI limit in US

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s governor announced Thursday that he will sign legislation giving the predominantly Mormon state the strictest DUI threshold in the country, a change that restaurant groups and representatives of the ski and snowboard industry say will…

Utah governor says he will approve strictest DUI limit in US

Lehi teen continues 45-year-old chain of making blankets for infants on birthday

A Lehi teenager is passing along a tradition that dates back at least 45 years.

Lehi teen continues 45-year-old chain of making blankets for infants on birthday

Chauntenettes Women’s Chorus to perform sacred concert with guest speaker Lloyd Newell

The Chauntenettes Women’s Chorus will perform its spring concert Sunday in Orem with guest speaker Lloyd Newell, who is best known as the second half of “Music and the Spoken Word,” the Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s weekly broadcast.

Chauntenettes Women’s Chorus to perform sacred concert with guest speaker Lloyd Newell

The taste is right with the new Cubby’s breakfast menu

At Cubby’s in Provo, there’s a large yellow neon sign hanging overhead. It reads, “EAT DRINK & BE MARRIED.”

The taste is right with the new Cubby’s breakfast menu

Mormon missionaries recovering 1 year after Brussels attack

SALT LAKE CITY — Four Mormon missionaries who were seriously injured in the Brussels airport bombing say they are still dealing with physical and emotional scars one year after the horrific event.

Mormon missionaries recovering 1 year after Brussels attack

UHP trooper struck on I-15 near Lindon speaks publicly about incident

A Utah Highway Patrol trooper who was struck March 7 on Interstate 15 near Lindon spoke publicly for the first time Thursday after the crash which could have claimed his life.

UHP trooper struck on I-15 near Lindon speaks publicly about incident

Church statement from relatives: Utah man killed in London attack, wife injured

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah man was killed in the Wednesday attack in London and his wife was injured, according to a Church statement from relatives.

Church statement from relatives: Utah man killed in London attack, wife injured