Daily Archives: August 9, 2017

Mayoral candidates go head-to-head in final ‘What Say Ye?’ series episode

In the “What Say Ye?” podcast’s eighth and final installment on Provo’s mayoral candidates, we bring you Tuesday night’s panel discussion between the eight current candidates.

Mayoral candidates go head-to-head in final ‘What Say Ye?’ series episode

Mapleton LDS bishop charged with sexual abuse likely to take plea deal

A LDS bishop charged with sexually abusing two underage males in his ward is expected to enter into a plea deal soon.

Mapleton LDS bishop charged with sexual abuse likely to take plea deal

Chaffetz to become Harvard Institute of Politics fellow

WASHINGTON — Former Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz will join the Harvard Institute of Politics as a fellow this coming fall.

Chaffetz to become Harvard Institute of Politics fellow

Renaissance Faire to feature new groups, old favorites; Constitution Party to meet; Blood donations needed

Utah Renaissance Faire announces plans for August

Renaissance Faire to feature new groups, old favorites; Constitution Party to meet; Blood donations needed

Renaissance Faire to feature new groups, old favorites; Constitution Party to meet; Blood donations needed

Utah Renaissance Faire announces plans for August

Renaissance Faire to feature new groups, old favorites; Constitution Party to meet; Blood donations needed

Tales from Utah Valley: Detective work extends beyond collecting evidence

Watching detectives as they try to piece together the clues of a crime is an educational experience. For a series of articles published in the Daily Herald, I recently observed and talked with Pleasant Grove Police Department’s investigations division on…

Tales from Utah Valley: Detective work extends beyond collecting evidence

Former Landmark teacher accused of having sex with students sentenced to probation

Sarah Lewis, a former Landmark High School teacher who reportedly had sex with two underage students, was sentenced in Fourth District Court to three years of probation.

Former Landmark teacher accused of having sex with students sentenced to probation

Late Woodland Hills Mayor remembered as someone who put public service first

About a week before he died, former Woodland Hills Mayor Steve Lauritzen, 45, was riding in the passenger seat of his truck with his wife, Therese.

Late Woodland Hills Mayor remembered as someone who put public service first

Garden Help Desk: Show off the fruits of your labor at the Utah County Fair

Utah State University Extension provides informal education outreach to residents throughout the state. This question-and-answer column is designed to give you research-based information whether your gardening interest is producing fresh food, creating a landscape area or everything in between.

Garden Help Desk: Show off the fruits of your labor at the Utah County Fair

Provo business partners with London artist for mural of endangered species in Utah

There’s a little more color in downtown Provo now, thanks to a collaboration between Nu Skin and a London artist.

Provo business partners with London artist for mural of endangered species in Utah