Daily Archives: May 17, 2017

Silicon Slopes organization opens new Lehi headquarters

The nonprofit organization Silicon Slopes has a new home, and it’s not Provo.

Silicon Slopes organization opens new Lehi headquarters

Study rates Utah as having 7th smallest drug problem in nation

There’s no doubt drugs are permeating into Utah. Arrests are made every day for drug distribution and new stories about naloxone preventing heroin overdose deaths seem to crop up every other day.

Study rates Utah as having 7th smallest drug problem in nation

Spanish Fork High student orchestrates mock crash to demonstrate DUI dangers

When Parker Webb was pondering what service to provide for his Eagle Scout project, he knew he wanted to do something out-of-the-box.

Spanish Fork High student orchestrates mock crash to demonstrate DUI dangers

Forest Service to start issuing warnings, citations for parking at Three Forks Trailhead

Those who plan on hiking to the popular Diamond Fork hot springs in the next couple weeks may want to consider starting from the alternate trailhead.

Forest Service to start issuing warnings, citations for parking at Three Forks Trailhead

Highland implements new road fee to pay for $7 million in road repairs

Highland residents will see a new fee on their city bill in July.

Highland implements new road fee to pay for $7 million in road repairs

Tales From Utah Valley: The magic of our public libraries

Recently an 8-year-old told me that she is excited for summer vacation because she will get to visit the public library so often. She said it was like magic because she can find any book she wants.

Tales From Utah Valley: The magic of our public libraries

Lehi police arrest woman on reports of wire fraud, dog selling scam

A woman was arrested Tuesday by Lehi police officers on reports of fraudulently cashing wire checks and trying to fraudulently sell dogs over the internet.

Lehi police arrest woman on reports of wire fraud, dog selling scam

DJ Harrison sentenced to life in prison for killing of UTA rail worker from American Fork

KEMMERER, Wyoming — A Utah man was sentenced to life in prison without parole Wednesday in Wyoming one year after authorities say he and his father killed a Utah rail line worker while on the run from police after a…

DJ Harrison sentenced to life in prison for killing of UTA rail worker from American Fork

Utah Valley’s Everyday Heroes: Payson students raise hundreds to honor teacher who died of cancer

Many people go about doing good deeds in their families, neighborhoods, organizations and church congregations. “Utah Valley’s Everyday Heroes” celebrates these unsung community members and brings to light their quiet contributions.

Utah Valley’s Everyday Heroes: Payson students raise hundreds to honor teacher who died of cancer

Swift currents and cold water from Deer Creek Reservoir continue filling the Provo River, Utah Lake

Debris and swift currents remain a concern as high waters travel down the Provo River to Utah Lake.

Swift currents and cold water from Deer Creek Reservoir continue filling the Provo River, Utah Lake