Daily Archives: June 14, 2017

Hurdles expected for Utah’s medical marijuana research law

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah lawmakers balked again this year at joining more than half of all U.S. states and passing a broad medical marijuana law.

Hurdles expected for Utah’s medical marijuana research law

American Fork Mayor Hadfield surprised with award for his service

In a surprise moment for the mayor, American Fork Mayor James H. Hadfield was honored for his service Tuesday night at the beginning of the City Council meeting.

American Fork Mayor Hadfield surprised with award for his service

With ‘Mother Wove the Morning,’ Provo performers seek communion with divine feminine

An independent theater production in Provo has become a springboard for a conversation about the role of the divine feminine in Mormon theology.

With ‘Mother Wove the Morning,’ Provo performers seek communion with divine feminine

With ‘Mother Wove the Morning,’ Provo performers seek communion with divine feminine

An independent theater production in Provo has become a springboard for a conversation about the role of the divine feminine in Mormon theology.

With ‘Mother Wove the Morning,’ Provo performers seek communion with divine feminine

Avoid drowsy driving after fun in the sun, safety officials say

After a fun day of hiking, climbing and even maybe a dip in the pool, it goes without saying that one could easily get tired.

Avoid drowsy driving after fun in the sun, safety officials say

Avoid drowsy driving after fun in the sun, safety officials say

After a fun day of hiking, climbing and even maybe a dip in the pool, it goes without saying that one could easily get tired.

Avoid drowsy driving after fun in the sun, safety officials say

United Way of Utah County’s Read-Along event brings families together

While most people are aware that reading aloud to children helps develop crucial literacy skills, one benefit of reading together doesn’t always get as much attention: reading aloud improves relationships. That’s why the Utah County Read-Along is raising books for…

United Way of Utah County’s Read-Along event brings families together

BYU’s Museum Camp lets students go behind the scenes at its museums

Brigham Young University’s newest summer camp is a little less Boy Scouts and a little more Night at the Museum.

BYU’s Museum Camp lets students go behind the scenes at its museums

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Dallin Hardy

Dallin Hardy, a sixth-grader at Sierra Bonita Elementary in Nebo School District, is being recognized as this week’s Utah Valley Student of the Week.

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Dallin Hardy

Quiz: How much do you know about the American Flag?

Wednesday is Flag Day, commemorating the day that the U.S. flag was adopted.

Quiz: How much do you know about the American Flag?