Daily Archives: June 16, 2017

Lehi Round-Up: Laser tag, skate competition added to complement standbys like rodeo

Those who have been attending Lehi Round-Up for many years will be happy to know that old standbys like the three-day rodeo, $5 barbecue and grand parade are still an integral part of the city celebration.

Lehi Round-Up: Laser tag, skate competition added to complement standbys like rodeo

Republicans running to replace Chaffetz to debate Friday night

SALT LAKE CITY — At least 10 Republicans running to replace U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz are expected to face off in two debates Friday night, the eve of a Utah GOP convention where delegates will winnow the crowded field.

Republicans running to replace Chaffetz to debate Friday night

Reward offered after $16k in damage caused to Alpine sewer lines

A $1,500 reward is being offered for any information leading to the arrest of individuals lighting manholes on fire, damaging sewer lines in Alpine.

Reward offered after $16k in damage caused to Alpine sewer lines

Utah County Sheriff’s Office assisting investigation into Ephraim police chief

The chief of the Ephraim Police Department has been placed on administrative leave as the Utah County Sheriff’s Office conducts an investigation into allegations against him and the department.

Utah County Sheriff’s Office assisting investigation into Ephraim police chief

Elder D. Todd Christofferson relates experiences, lessons from experience in Watergate

Two of the first people to listen to the infamous Nixon Watergate tapes outside of the White House were federal judge John J. Sirica and a young law clerk who would later become an apostle for The Church of Jesus…

Elder D. Todd Christofferson relates experiences, lessons from experience in Watergate

Elder D. Todd Christofferson relates experiences, lessons from experience in Watergate

Two of the first people to listen to the infamous Nixon Watergate tapes outside of the White House were federal judge John J. Sirica and a young law clerk who would later become an apostle for The Church of Jesus…

Elder D. Todd Christofferson relates experiences, lessons from experience in Watergate

More twins are being born in Utah County than across the state

Utah County is seeing double more often than the rest of the state.

More twins are being born in Utah County than across the state

Def Leppard returns to USANA Amphitheatre on Monday

Def Leppard’s Phil Collen isn’t just getting older, he says he’s getting better.

Def Leppard returns to USANA Amphitheatre on Monday

Cars, pets and police find their way to Strawberry Days

A pet parade, car show, food trucks, silent auction, live music and K-9 demonstrations kicked off Strawberry Days over the weekend in Pleasant Grove’s Downtown Park. Organized by the Pleasant Grove Police Department’s Honorary Colonels, the event raised money for…

Cars, pets and police find their way to Strawberry Days