Daily Archives: May 19, 2017

UVU’s largest college appoints a new dean

Utah Valley University in Orem has announced two new deans.

UVU’s largest college appoints a new dean

Provo leaders, new Utah County Commission hold first joint meeting to discuss development issues

Provo’s Municipal Council, Mayor John Curtis and the Utah County Commissioners sat at the same table for the first time Tuesday to discuss matters of joint interest.

Provo leaders, new Utah County Commission hold first joint meeting to discuss development issues

Provo leaders, new Utah County Commission hold first joint meeting to discuss development issues

Provo’s Municipal Council, Mayor John Curtis and the Utah County Commissioners sat at the same table for the first time Tuesday to discuss matters of joint interest.

Provo leaders, new Utah County Commission hold first joint meeting to discuss development issues

Man receives life in prison for killing Millard County deputy

SALT LAKE CITY — Prosecutors say Roberto Miramontes Roman intentionally shot and killed a Millard County sheriff’s deputy.

Man receives life in prison for killing Millard County deputy

Business and Economic Forum zeroes in on economic climate

Each year the Utah Valley University Business and Economic Forum draws more and more crowds, and this year was no different.

Business and Economic Forum zeroes in on economic climate

Deidre Henderson announces candidacy for Chaffetz’s seat in third congressional district

Utah Sen. Deidre Henderson, R-Spanish Fork, formally announced her candidacy for the Third Congressional District soon to be left vacant by U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Alpine.

Deidre Henderson announces candidacy for Chaffetz’s seat in third congressional district

Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox encourages charity, volunteerism at MATC graduation

More than 1,500 new graduates combined from each of the Mountainland Applied Technical College campuses filled the UCCU Center at Utah Valley University on Thursday night, embarking from one journey to the next in various industries and career paths.

Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox encourages charity, volunteerism at MATC graduation

Provo’s first set of Chinese immersion students entering high school

By the time they graduate from high school, students in Bob Tsai’s Chinese dual immersion class will be a few credits shy of a minor in the foreign language.

Provo’s first set of Chinese immersion students entering high school

LDS Church dedicates new cannery facility in northern Utah

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints opened its newest cannery, a 45,000-square-foot facility, located in the northern Utah on Thursday.

LDS Church dedicates new cannery facility in northern Utah

9-year-old racer joins with DPS to encourage seat belt safety in Utah

When Tuscan Nuccitelli straps into his race car, he has five straps, two over his shoulders, two around his hips, and one between his legs, that secure him in if and when he gets in a crash.

9-year-old racer joins with DPS to encourage seat belt safety in Utah