Daily Archives: June 4, 2017

Fire damages roof at Ridgeline school in Highland

An overnight fire early Sunday at Ridgeline Elementary School in Highland caused between $200,000 to $300,000 in damage, primarily to the school’s roof.

Fire damages roof at Ridgeline school in Highland

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Orem resident, family gains new opportunities from building their own home

Shirley Ashby, of Orem, knows the power of Habitat for Humanity firsthand.

Orem resident, family gains new opportunities from building their own home

Cedar Hills Family Festival adds Night Out Against Crime

It’s serious business walking the line during a DUI stop, but in Cedar Hills on Friday night, it was absolutely hilarious.

Cedar Hills Family Festival adds Night Out Against Crime

Saratoga Springs mayor: Celebrating 20 years with a salute to Saratoga

Saratoga Springs has come a long way since incorporating in 1997. From the 1,000 residents at incorporation to the approximately 30,000 residents today, Saratoga Springs has always been a great place to raise a family. Our residents enjoy the close…

Saratoga Springs mayor: Celebrating 20 years with a salute to Saratoga

Two years later: Though slower than some hoped, development around Payson LDS temple is coming

When The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints builds a temple in Utah, there is a general expectation that development will follow, property values near the temple will escalate and businesses will follow people to the area.

Two years later: Though slower than some hoped, development around Payson LDS temple is coming

Church Services for June 4

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Church Services for June 4

Utah Lake Festival fights against lake’s negative perception

It’s no secret that last year, Utah Lake’s reputation was about as muddied as the lake itself, due largely in part to a toxic algal bloom that covered a large majority of the lake.

Utah Lake Festival fights against lake’s negative perception

Utah food, produce entrepreneurs depend on farmers markets

WEST HAVEN, Utah — We might not be able to tell you what a successful farmers market business looks like. But we can tell you what it smells like.

Utah food, produce entrepreneurs depend on farmers markets

An unusual introduction to Boy Scouts

This article was originally published in the Utah Scouts blog.

An unusual introduction to Boy Scouts