Daily Archives: June 6, 2017

Business leaders launch push to raise taxes, fund education

SALT LAKE CITY — A powerful group of about 100 Utah business leaders is kicking off a campaign to ask voters to raise taxes to dramatically increase funding for public schools.

Business leaders launch push to raise taxes, fund education

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Improvements at Tibble Fork reservoir celebrated at grand opening

It was obvious Tuesday morning that the general public is happy to have Tibble Fork reservoir open again after a nearly year-long closure for improvements.

Improvements at Tibble Fork reservoir celebrated at grand opening

Naked man arrested in Orem on reports of breaking into neighbor’s home

An Orem man was arrested Monday morning on reports of breaking into his neighbor’s home while naked.

Naked man arrested in Orem on reports of breaking into neighbor’s home

‘What Say Ye?’ podcast: Mayoral candidate Eric Speckhard on how to help Provo’s homeless

In Part 4 of our ongoing series, we sat down with another of Provo’s mayoral candidates, Eric Speckhard.

‘What Say Ye?’ podcast: Mayoral candidate Eric Speckhard on how to help Provo’s homeless

Saratoga Springs celebrates 20 years of Saratoga Splash

Saratoga Springs will be celebrating its 20th Saratoga Splash Days June 5-10 with a lot of water, games, animals and diapers.

Saratoga Springs celebrates 20 years of Saratoga Splash

Landmark High School teacher jailed for having sex with students strikes plea deal

A former Landmark High School teacher has entered a plea deal after two male students came forward, telling police she had sexual intercourse with them during the last winter break.

Landmark High School teacher jailed for having sex with students strikes plea deal

Woman charged with child abuse after pulling son’s teeth out with pliers at Walmart

A Salt Lake City woman has been charged with child abuse after reportedly pulling her son’s teeth out with pliers in a Walmart.

Woman charged with child abuse after pulling son’s teeth out with pliers at Walmart

Mosquito numbers expected to be abundant in Utah this year

Mosquitoes won’t be buzzing off this year.

Mosquito numbers expected to be abundant in Utah this year

Nebo School District hires architect for high school rebuilds

Payson, Spanish Fork and Springville will have to wait a bit longer for a new high school.

Nebo School District hires architect for high school rebuilds

Orem’s Summerfest adds hot dog eating contest, concert and awards to week-long calendar

You would never know it by looking at his big smile and the amounts of energy he gives off, but Orem’s Summerfest Chairman Wally Harkness and his committee have put on even larger organizing boots for the 2017 event.

Orem’s Summerfest adds hot dog eating contest, concert and awards to week-long calendar