Daily Archives: May 22, 2017

LDS Church merges missions in Russia less than one year after changes due to Russian law

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will merge two missions in Russia July 1, according to a statement from the First Presidency.

LDS Church merges missions in Russia less than one year after changes due to Russian law

Human bones found in Spanish Fork cellar

Human remains were found Monday morning in the backyard of the home at 80 N. 800 East Spanish Fork.

Human bones found in Spanish Fork cellar

Irrigation shut down in Crossroads Boulevard and Pioneer Crossing areas

Saratoga Springs issued a notice Monday that the irrigation system will be shut off in the city’s north zone area until late Tuesday afternoon.

Irrigation shut down in Crossroads Boulevard and Pioneer Crossing areas

Michelle Kaufusi explains her Provo mayoral candidacy on new ‘What Say Ye?’

In Part 2 of our ongoing series with Provo’s mayoral candidates, the “What Say Ye?” podcast sits down with Michelle Kaufusi.

Michelle Kaufusi explains her Provo mayoral candidacy on new ‘What Say Ye?’

PulsePoint app alerts Utah County residents when CPR is needed nearby

When Dennis Hanks went into cardiac arrest during a work meeting last fall, his coworkers initially thought he’d just fallen asleep.

PulsePoint app alerts Utah County residents when CPR is needed nearby

Utah County’s Most Wanted: Saratoga Springs man wanted for meth possession

The Utah County Sheriff’s Office is actively searching for Alan Seal, last known to live in the Saratoga Springs area, for two warrants for his arrest.

Utah County’s Most Wanted: Saratoga Springs man wanted for meth possession

Highland boy flown to hospital after falling off back of van

A 10-year-old boy was transported via air ambulance to Primary Children’s Hospital after falling off a van in a Highland parking lot.

Highland boy flown to hospital after falling off back of van

Above and Beyond – Mapleton teacher Doreen Snyder works hard to reach students

There are some teachers that go above and beyond for their students and then there is Doreen Snyder, a special education teacher at Mapleton Elementary School.

Above and Beyond – Mapleton teacher Doreen Snyder works hard to reach students

First Utah Lake Summit to be held in Provo on Tuesday

The first-ever Utah Lake Summit will be held in Provo on Tuesday in an attempt to get all interested parties in the same room.

First Utah Lake Summit to be held in Provo on Tuesday

UDOT approves I-15 funding along Lehi Technology Corridor

The Utah Department of Transportation approved accelerated funding Friday for a stretch of freeway from Lehi Main Street to Timpanogos Highway, with construction set to begin in 2018.

UDOT approves I-15 funding along Lehi Technology Corridor