Daily Archives: August 6, 2017

Springville man arrested for reportedly attempting to kill infant

Springville police arrested a 27-year-old man early Sunday after he reportedly tried to kill his 4-month-old daughter.

Springville man arrested for reportedly attempting to kill infant

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LDS missionary dies in Guatemala

A 22-year-old Chilean woman serving her mission with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at the Guatemala Guatemala City Central Mission died Friday, according to a church spokesman.

LDS missionary dies in Guatemala

World Folkfest performers give TURN participants special performance

Performers from Springville’s World Folkfest danced, played music and shared a little bit of their culture with adults with disabilities from TURN Community Services on Thursday.

World Folkfest performers give TURN participants special performance

Steve Densley: There is nothing like being chronologically gifted

“Aging is not lost youth but a new stage of opportunity and strength.” — Betty Friedan

Steve Densley: There is nothing like being chronologically gifted

Dixon neighbors band together for day of service to create safer neighborhood

Two dead trees were a fire hazard in Provo’s Dixon neighborhood. So instead of complaining about it, the neighbors decided to fix the problem.

Dixon neighbors band together for day of service to create safer neighborhood

Church Services for Aug. 6

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Church Services for Aug. 6

Altitude sickness suspected in Boy Scout’s death

SALT LAKE CITY — Sheriff’s deputies say altitude sickness appears to have caused the death of a Boy Scout during a camping trip in northeastern Utah.

Altitude sickness suspected in Boy Scout’s death

Kids with special needs learn to bike, develop confidence at camp

The first time a child rides a two-wheel bike without help is a big moment for parents.

Kids with special needs learn to bike, develop confidence at camp

Kids with special needs learn to bike, develop confidence at camp

The first time a child rides a two-wheel bike without help is a big moment for parents.

Kids with special needs learn to bike, develop confidence at camp

Habitat for Humanity: Lindon’s Galaxie Lighting awarded for helping cause of affordable housing

Since 2007, Habitat for Humanity of Utah County’s local ReStore locations have been selling new and gently-used furniture, appliances, home accessories, building materials and more to the public at a fraction of the retail price. Profits are used to assist…

Habitat for Humanity: Lindon’s Galaxie Lighting awarded for helping cause of affordable housing