Daily Archives: August 5, 2017

Alpine Days holds competitive mountain bike race

Before the sun was up on Saturday, before the birds were chirping in the quiet city of Alpine, there was still a lot to be heard.

Alpine Days holds competitive mountain bike race

Their Voice: Utah organization reflects on 30 years of history serving developmentally disabled

In 1957, author Allen Saunders profoundly wrote, “Life is what happens to us while we are making other plans.” This is an appropriate way to summarize the story of Gerald Nebeker and RISE Services. In 1987, Nebeker’s plan was to…

Their Voice: Utah organization reflects on 30 years of history serving developmentally disabled

Mia Grace, Book on Tape Worm and Fictionist deliver eclectic Rooftop Concert show

The crowd started small for Friday’s Rooftop Concert in downtown Provo. Then it grew. Then it shrank a bit. Make no mistake, though — great music was shared, interpretive dances were danced, and peoples’ dogs were very good boys.

Mia Grace, Book on Tape Worm and Fictionist deliver eclectic Rooftop Concert show

Mia Grace, Book on Tape Worm and Fictionist deliver eclectic Rooftop Concert show

The crowd started small for Friday’s Rooftop Concert in downtown Provo. Then it grew. Then it shrank a bit. Make no mistake, though — great music was shared, interpretive dances were danced, and peoples’ dogs were very good boys.

Mia Grace, Book on Tape Worm and Fictionist deliver eclectic Rooftop Concert show

Mission to Guatemala brings father’s death to full circle

OGDEN, Utah — Ethan Carter had hesitantly hoped that he would serve his two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Guatemala.

Mission to Guatemala brings father’s death to full circle

UVU hosts Chinese flight attendants for training in emergency response, Western-based service

If there is an airline emergency in China, the chances are good that lives can be saved because of training the flight attendants received at Utah Valley University this summer.

UVU hosts Chinese flight attendants for training in emergency response, Western-based service

UVU hosts Chinese flight attendants for training in emergency response, Western-based service

If there is an airline emergency in China, the chances are good that lives can be saved because of training the flight attendants received at Utah Valley University this summer.

UVU hosts Chinese flight attendants for training in emergency response, Western-based service

Utah Shakespeare Festival provides ‘Midsummer’ entertainment

As part of its “Complete the Canon” initiative, the Utah Shakespeare Festival is producing all 38 of Shakespeare’s plays between 2012 and 2023. This year’s program booklet shows a checklist with the progress so far: 20 down, 18 to go.…

Utah Shakespeare Festival provides ‘Midsummer’ entertainment

Utah Valley Hospital employee named state’s emergency nurse of the year

The patient didn’t make it on Jean Lundquist’s first ambulance run. She jumped out of the ambulance when she arrived on the scene, prepared to give a 19-year-old woman CPR. No, her boss said. She’s dead. Leave her alone.

Utah Valley Hospital employee named state’s emergency nurse of the year

How to cook 5,000 pounds of fish: behind the scenes at Payson’s Salmon Supper

Payson Fire Chief Scott Spencer remembers when Payson’s annual Salmon Supper required the heads and fins to be cut off of whole fish shipped overnight from Alaska.

How to cook 5,000 pounds of fish: behind the scenes at Payson’s Salmon Supper