Daily Archives: May 28, 2017

BYU announces new vice president, UVU will be closed for Memorial Day

Brigham Young University

BYU announces new vice president, UVU will be closed for Memorial Day

BYU announces new vice president, UVU will be closed for Memorial Day

Brigham Young University

BYU announces new vice president, UVU will be closed for Memorial Day

North Utah Valley Pet of the Week: Nia

Species: Dog

North Utah Valley Pet of the Week: Nia

Pleasant Grove student wins National PTA Reflections contest with photo of grandma

When Madelyn Platt, a sixth-grader at Central Elementary in Pleasant Grove, began thinking about entering the National PTA Reflections contest, she went to her grandmother.

Pleasant Grove student wins National PTA Reflections contest with photo of grandma

Orem elementary students partner with American Legion for service project

By the time school officially started at 9:05 a.m. on Friday, Orem’s Foothill Elementary fifth-grade students had already been learning, serving and thinking for hours.

Orem elementary students partner with American Legion for service project

Steve Densley: The responsibility of wearing a ‘Y’ shirt

“Adventure is a path. Real adventure — self-determined, self-motivated, often risky — forces you to have firsthand encounters with the world. The world the way it is not the way you imagine it. Your body will collide with the earth…

Steve Densley: The responsibility of wearing a ‘Y’ shirt

Expect long hot summer of road construction

Lane shifts happen.

Expect long hot summer of road construction

Church Services for May 28

Baptist

Church Services for May 28

Utah school districts looking to end ‘lunch shaming’

SANDY — Nearly half of the nation’s school districts have resorted to some form of “lunch shaming” of students to compel their parents to pay overdue school lunch bills, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Utah school districts looking to end ‘lunch shaming’

Going Beyond the Reef

Pieces of Polynesia could be seen, tasted, smelled, heard and felt as the Utah Pasifika Festival gave downtown Provo a taste of the tropics.

Going Beyond the Reef