Daily Archives: March 26, 2017

Utah Military Academy moving location of its Lehi campus

The Utah Military Academy is moving the location of its planned Lehi campus a few months after the city asked it to stop construction.

Utah Military Academy moving location of its Lehi campus

Artist’s dragon statue finally finds home in Springville Library

Springville residents will see a new face greeting them when they head to the city’s library — Delbert the Dragon.

Artist’s dragon statue finally finds home in Springville Library

South Utah Valley Pet of the Week: Reggie

Species: Dog

South Utah Valley Pet of the Week: Reggie

Elected Utah officials, community unite around Meals on Wheels

Every day, 450 Utah County seniors get lunch delivered to them by Meals on Wheels.

Elected Utah officials, community unite around Meals on Wheels

16-year-old American Fork scout earns all 138 merit badges

Cornelius Mayfield, or Neil for short, does not shy away from hard work. In fact, he looks for it, and then thrives in it. Just before his 17th birthday, Mayfield accomplished what very few Boy Scouts have ever or will…

16-year-old American Fork scout earns all 138 merit badges

Changes to Zion Curtain won’t affect most restaurants

Utah House Bill 442 has yet to signed by Gov. Gary Herbert, but many restaurants are not too concerned if it does.

Changes to Zion Curtain won’t affect most restaurants

Celebrating Thomas S. Monson’s 90th year

Of all people, President Thomas S. Monson has learned to find the joy in life.

Celebrating Thomas S. Monson’s 90th year

Editorial: With alcohol, unpopular prevention is still worth saving lives

On Thursday, Gov. Gary Herbert signed new legislation making Utah’s 0.05 blood alcohol content level the lowest and strictest in the nation, effective Dec. 30, 2018.

Editorial: With alcohol, unpopular prevention is still worth saving lives

Saratoga Springs Mayor: Investment in infrastructure key to success

This year Saratoga Springs is celebrating 20 years as a city. At incorporation in 1997, about 1,000 people called Saratoga Springs home. The 2010 Census showed just under 18,000 residents called Saratoga Springs home. Now we are approaching 30,000 residents…

Saratoga Springs Mayor: Investment in infrastructure key to success

LDS Women’s Conference encourages women to be centered on Christ

Though it was dark and drizzly outside, the choir from Brigham Young University brought a feeling of spring and color Saturday evening to the Women’s Session of General Conference for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

LDS Women’s Conference encourages women to be centered on Christ