Daily Archives: June 7, 2017

Provo man sentenced to prison after infant daughter’s heroin overdose death

A one-year-old girl, Penny Cormani, passed away unexpectedly on Dec. 2, 2015 after ingesting what police would later discover to be lethal levels of heroin.

Provo man sentenced to prison after infant daughter’s heroin overdose death

Cooper’s Run joins Summerfest festivities

Normally held on the last Saturday in July, Cooper’s Run has joined with Orem’s Summerfest to help support the local community and Orem’s Emergency Medical Service crews. Now in its eighth year, the community 5K walk/run event will be one…

Cooper’s Run joins Summerfest festivities

Family calls for more preemptive measures after drowning near Bridal Veil Falls

Troy Thayne didn’t see London DeDois when she fell into the Provo River on Memorial Day. But he heard the girl splash into the water and someone cry out, “Child in the water!”

Family calls for more preemptive measures after drowning near Bridal Veil Falls

Utah congressional candidate from Alpine gets lift from Ann Romney

CEDAR HILLS, Utah — Ann Romney, the wife of former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, gave her praise to little-known GOP congressional candidate Stewart Peay.

Utah congressional candidate from Alpine gets lift from Ann Romney

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Jayne Holdaway

Jayne Holdaway is a fifth-grade student at Salem Elementary and is being recognized as the Daily Herald’s Utah Valley Student of the Week.

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Jayne Holdaway

Utah Valley Everyday hero: Provo City will notice when Janene Weiss is gone

Many people go about doing good deeds in their families, neighborhoods, organizations and church congregations. “Utah Valley’s Everyday Heroes” celebrates these unsung community members and brings to light their quiet contributions.

Utah Valley Everyday hero: Provo City will notice when Janene Weiss is gone

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Louise Crook

Louise Crook is a fourth-grade teacher at Sage Creek Elementary in Springville in the Nebo School District working on the English side of the school’s dual immersion program. She was selected as the Daily Herald’s Utah Valley Educator of the…

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Louise Crook

Utah Valley Parade of Homes marks 40 years with homes from $400K to $2M

For 40 years, the Utah Valley Parade of Homes has been showcasing some of the best new homes built in Utah County.

Utah Valley Parade of Homes marks 40 years with homes from $400K to $2M

Spanish Fork Kmart among latest Sears/Kmart stores to close

Sears announced it will be closing more stores, including the Spanish Fork Kmart, in its newest round of closures, according to Business Insider.

Spanish Fork Kmart among latest Sears/Kmart stores to close

UVU’s summer enrollment hits a recent high

Utah Valley University’s fall enrollment numbers aren’t the only ones growing.

UVU’s summer enrollment hits a recent high