Daily Archives: June 5, 2017

Man convicted in train worker Kay Ricks’s death facing new charges

SALT LAKE CITY — Federal prosecutors are filing new charges in the death of a Utah train worker who was kidnapped and killed by a father and son who were on the run after restraining a woman and her daughters…

Man convicted in train worker Kay Ricks’s death facing new charges

Two people arrested on report of bringing meth to Utah County from California

Two people were arrested Sunday on Interstate 15 near Provo on reports of transporting methamphetamine from California to be sold in Utah.

Two people arrested on report of bringing meth to Utah County from California

Mark Pope represents UVU as Orem Summerfest Grand Marshal

Recognizing the recent accomplishments and growth of Utah Valley University, Orem officials chose the educational institution to be the Grand Marshal of this year’s Summerfest celebration, an honor that will be received by UVU’s head basketball coach, Mark Pope.

Mark Pope represents UVU as Orem Summerfest Grand Marshal

Provo residence catches fire after ceiling fan motor burns up

A Provo residence caught fire early Monday morning after a ceiling fan motor burned up and sparked the flames.

Provo residence catches fire after ceiling fan motor burns up

LDS Church issues survey to assess global missionary safety

Leadership of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have issued surveys to missionaries around the world to assess how safe they feel as they serve their missions.

LDS Church issues survey to assess global missionary safety

Utah County Hidden Garden Tour set to delight local green thumbs

Green thumbs of all shades are invited to the 21st annual Utah County Hidden Garden Tour on Friday and Saturday.

Utah County Hidden Garden Tour set to delight local green thumbs

Provo’s other ‘mayor’ finds heart and home at Pioneer Village

The clang of a blacksmith’s hammer, the gentle weaving back and forth of the bobbin lace maker, and the smell of 150-year-old log cabins keep Steve Nelson’s adrenaline going.

Provo’s other ‘mayor’ finds heart and home at Pioneer Village

World’s biggest U.S. flag ever flown coming to Pleasant Grove

A giant flag has flown above Grove Creek Trailhead in Pleasant Grove during the last two Independence Days, but this year, a flag that is six times larger will be flying in its place. The new flag will be unfurled…

World’s biggest U.S. flag ever flown coming to Pleasant Grove

BYU Museum of Art hosting one Art After Dark this summer; UVU students will do DC and NYC internships

Brigham Young University

BYU Museum of Art hosting one Art After Dark this summer; UVU students will do DC and NYC internships