Daily Archives: June 11, 2017

American Fork developing a 10-year road plan

American Fork city officials and staff are taking a comprehensive look at the future of the city’s roads — and not just in the short term.

American Fork developing a 10-year road plan

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Child killed after vehicle strikes parked car on Provo’s Center Street

A 6-year-old girl was killed after a vehicle driving on Center Street ran into a parked car Saturday, according to police. Two other individuals were hospitalized in critical condition Sunday morning.

Child killed after vehicle strikes parked car on Provo’s Center Street

South Utah Valley Pet of the Week: Foxy

Species: Dog

South Utah Valley Pet of the Week: Foxy

American Fork Mayor: City dedicated to tackling road issues

While American Fork was incorporated in 1853, the paving of America’s roads didn’t start until the late 1800s. That means our city superseded paved roads by a number of decades. This also means we have roads in American Fork that…

American Fork Mayor: City dedicated to tackling road issues

Vineyard home has 100 years of memories, family history

When you pull up to Jacob Holdaway’s home in Vineyard, the 100-year-old home stands tall and firm against the sloping landscape and lake behind it.

Vineyard home has 100 years of memories, family history

Maple Mountain SkillsUSA welding students raise money for fifth trip to nationals

For the fifth year in a row, students from Maple Mountain High School’s SkillsUSA club will be competing in the national welding fabrication competition.

Maple Mountain SkillsUSA welding students raise money for fifth trip to nationals

Steve Densley: What is the measure of our civility?

Like it or not, another political season is upon us. Cities all over Utah will have an election for mayor and some city council positions. How does a person decide to seek a position of trust in the community? As…

Steve Densley: What is the measure of our civility?

Their Voice: Summer bicycle camp creates new opportunities for students

Someone recently asked me what my best memories are of summer. Although I have many, I think that some of my favorites are directly related to when I learned how to ride a bike. When you are a child, riding…

Their Voice: Summer bicycle camp creates new opportunities for students

Gift of Life: Santaquin mom searching for a bone marrow match adds 1,200 names to registry

Across Utah County, there are people waiting for donations, whether it is a needed organ, bone marrow or blood that will save their lives. Others have given these life-saving donations to complete strangers. Gift of Life highlights those involved in…

Gift of Life: Santaquin mom searching for a bone marrow match adds 1,200 names to registry

Church Services for June 11

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Church Services for June 11