Daily Archives: August 2, 2017

Covey’s ‘Murder by the Book’ not known by its covers

Comedic mystery abounds in the play “Murder by the Book,” now playing at the Covey Center for the Arts in Provo, but the first mysterious question is what the mystery itself is.

Covey’s ‘Murder by the Book’ not known by its covers

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Judge: Jim Bennett of the United Utah Party can join race to replace Chaffetz

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A federal judge has ordered Utah election officials to allow the son of late U.S. Sen. Bob Bennett to be on the November ballot in the special election to replace Jason Chaffetz in Congress.

Judge: Jim Bennett of the United Utah Party can join race to replace Chaffetz

Transient woman reportedly broke into Springville home, pawned jewelry for drugs

A transient woman was arrested Monday by Springville police officers on reports of breaking into a residence and stealing about $8,000 worth of jewelry and cash.

Transient woman reportedly broke into Springville home, pawned jewelry for drugs

Transient woman reportedly broke into Springville home, pawned jewelry for drugs

A transient woman was arrested Monday by Springville police officers on reports of breaking into a residence and stealing about $8,000 worth of jewelry and cash.

Transient woman reportedly broke into Springville home, pawned jewelry for drugs

Degree for Life: UVU director recognized for changing women’s lives

Two hundred and fifty young women watched July 14 as Utah Valley University’s Anne Wairepo received the “Changing the World One Woman at a Time” award.

Degree for Life: UVU director recognized for changing women’s lives

Garden Help Desk: Making sure your plants get the right amount of water

Question: I moved to a condo and now I’m gardening in pots. I’m never sure whether I’m watering too much or not enough. How should I be watering them?

Garden Help Desk: Making sure your plants get the right amount of water

Rock Canyon Elementary community grieving teacher after her unexpected death

Two years after the death of four members of the Openshaw family rocked the Rock Canyon Elementary School community, the school is working its way through the loss of the teacher who helped her students navigate their grief.

Rock Canyon Elementary community grieving teacher after her unexpected death

Eagle Mountain Street Fair returns; luau to benefit local man; Kids On The Move

Eagle Mountain Street Fair returns to with Saturday event

Eagle Mountain Street Fair returns; luau to benefit local man; Kids On The Move

Second annual Run 4 Refugees to raise money for goats for families in Jordan

It’s not everyday that runners can say their participation in a 5K or 10K will help buy goats.

Second annual Run 4 Refugees to raise money for goats for families in Jordan

Police, communities strengthen bonds through National Night Out

When members of a community watch out for one another and work together, the city becomes safer and a better place to live.

Police, communities strengthen bonds through National Night Out