Daily Archives: May 18, 2017

Rare photos transport Springville patrons to Mormon pioneer life

A new exhibit at the Springville Museum of Art showcases the art behind art with rare photographs from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, taken by a Coalville historical figure, George Beard.

Rare photos transport Springville patrons to Mormon pioneer life

Spectrum Academy starts a cafe to give students with autism life and job experience

The flickering battery-powered candles, red, green and black tablecloths and carb-heavy menu give the Pantera Caffe a distinct Italian vibe.

Spectrum Academy starts a cafe to give students with autism life and job experience

American Fork man arrested on reports of demanding nude photos from teenage girl

American Fork police officers arrested a man Tuesday night on reports of demanding nude photographs from a teenager.

American Fork man arrested on reports of demanding nude photos from teenage girl

Provo Mayor John Curtis considering run for Jason Chaffetz’s empty seat

Provo Mayor John Curtis said in a statement he is feeling more and more like running for Jason Chaffetz’s soon-to-be-vacant congressional seat is the right thing to do.

Provo Mayor John Curtis considering run for Jason Chaffetz’s empty seat

Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson discusses experimental leanings, SLC show

In retrospect, there are a lot of things about Jethro Tull’s history that seem downright crazy.

Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson discusses experimental leanings, SLC show

Jason Chaffetz expected to announce he will leave office by the end of June

SALT LAKE CITY — A top Utah state lawmaker says that U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz is expected to leave office by the end of June.

Jason Chaffetz expected to announce he will leave office by the end of June

Review: La Casita remains a Springville staple for Mexican food

Being a salsa snob has its benefits and drawbacks.

Review: La Casita remains a Springville staple for Mexican food

Provo Municipal Council accepts tentative budget

Provo’s Municipal Council received and accepted the city’s tentative budget for 2018 on Tuesday, and now it’s time for council members to roll up their sleeves and get to work vetting and preparing it for final approval.

Provo Municipal Council accepts tentative budget

Eagle Mountain family feels underserved by Utah County, justice system, after daughter’s death

Hailie Godfrey had just finished saying goodbye to friends and was driving home with Simon Olsen in the early hours of Aug. 17, 2016. She was planning to move to St. George later that day and attend Dixie State University.

Eagle Mountain family feels underserved by Utah County, justice system, after daughter’s death

Eagle Mountain family feels underserved by Utah County, justice system, after daughter’s death

Hailie Godfrey had just finished saying goodbye to friends and was driving home with Simon Olsen in the early hours of Aug. 17, 2016. She was planning to move to St. George later that day and attend Dixie State University.

Eagle Mountain family feels underserved by Utah County, justice system, after daughter’s death