Daily Archives: March 30, 2017

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

Provo police ask for assistance in locating suspected stabber

Provo police are asking for the public’s help in finding a man suspected of stabbing another man in Provo Tuesday night.

Provo police ask for assistance in locating suspected stabber

Judge reverses decision, orders convicted sex offender taken into custody immediately

A convicted sex offender who was allowed to remain free until his sentencing has now been taken into custody after a judge reversed his decision.

Judge reverses decision, orders convicted sex offender taken into custody immediately

Six months between conferences far from quiet for LDS Church

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints proclaims it is a “living” church.

Six months between conferences far from quiet for LDS Church

Portion of Springville experiences power outage

A portion of Springville is currently without power due to a damaged transformer, according to Facebook posts from the city.

Portion of Springville experiences power outage

DEQ fines water district $145K for Tibble Fork sediment release into American Fork River

The Department of Environmental Quality is asking the North Utah County Water Conservancy District to pay $145,000 in damages for a release of sediment into the American Fork River last August.

DEQ fines water district $145K for Tibble Fork sediment release into American Fork River

Provo man charged with killing father likely won’t be competent for at least a year

A man charged with murder in the death of his father likely won’t be competent to proceed in court anytime soon.

Provo man charged with killing father likely won’t be competent for at least a year

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf shares his family’s general conference tradition

When it comes to LDS General Conference, the traditions surrounding the semi-annual conferences add to the weekend for many members of the church as they listen to their leaders.

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf shares his family’s general conference tradition

Mr. Grill @ Sub Zero rocks intriguing combos in Spanish Fork

Our family was heading to St. George late last week for a little sun and recreation, and so we decided to scout out any potential unique dining opportunities in the southern end of Utah County that we could visit en…

Mr. Grill @ Sub Zero rocks intriguing combos in Spanish Fork

American Fork’s Shelley Elementary celebrates turning 50

Shelley Elementary may not be the oldest school in Alpine School District, but it’s certainly getting up there.

American Fork’s Shelley Elementary celebrates turning 50