Daily Archives: June 9, 2017

Springville mayor’s company donates $2 million for additional aquatic center improvements

Springville’s under-construction aquatic center has a new name, and will have a few additional features as well thanks to a $2 million donation from Clyde Companies.

Springville mayor’s company donates $2 million for additional aquatic center improvements

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LDS Church recognized by National Children’s Alliance for philanthropic work

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been a financial boon to local Utah Children’s Justice Centers for several years. This week, the National Children’s Alliance recognized the church for its philanthropic work.

LDS Church recognized by National Children’s Alliance for philanthropic work

From the Web: Time lapse of construction shows new Provo MTC take shape

From the Web: Time lapse of construction shows new Provo MTC take shape

Lehi police arrest man for reportedly violating protective order dozens of times

A man was arrested Thursday night on reports of violating a protective order several dozen times.

Lehi police arrest man for reportedly violating protective order dozens of times

Cedar Hills teen with rare blood disease working to replenish blood supply

It’s a sticky subject, and one many people squirm about, but Maycin Buckley is encouraging people to donate blood this Saturday in Cedar Hills.

Cedar Hills teen with rare blood disease working to replenish blood supply

Former Utah County commissioner withdraws nomination from state transportation committee

A former Utah County commissioner nominated to the Utah State Transportation Commission has withdrawn his name from consideration for the commission.

Former Utah County commissioner withdraws nomination from state transportation committee

Utah County working to beat those summertime blues as employees and employers

School’s out, the summer heat is blanketing the valley, and that poolside lawn chair is beckoning.

Utah County working to beat those summertime blues as employees and employers

Alice Cooper brings his theatrical rock show to Kingsbury Hall

Alice Cooper’s major heyday may have been back in the 1970s, when tours behind albums like “Billion Dollar Babies” were breaking Rolling Stones concert attendance records, but the man born Vincent Damon Furnier is still creatively vibrant nearly four decades…

Alice Cooper brings his theatrical rock show to Kingsbury Hall

Diapers are a splash at Saratoga Splash Days

Babies and toddlers from around Saratoga Springs walked, crawled and cried their way to diaper domination at the first Diaper Derby at Saratoga Splash Days on Thursday at Neptune Park in Saratoga Springs.

Diapers are a splash at Saratoga Splash Days

18-year-old pleads not guilty to killing homeless man in Provo

An 18-year-old charged with murder after reportedly killing a transient man has pleaded not guilty to his crimes.

18-year-old pleads not guilty to killing homeless man in Provo