Daily Archives: August 13, 2017

Illinois man drowns in Deer Creek Reservoir on Saturday

An Illinois man drowned in Deer Creek Reservoir on Saturday afternoon after the kayak he and his wife were using capsized, according to the Wasatch County Sheriff’s Office.

Illinois man drowns in Deer Creek Reservoir on Saturday

Their Voice: A common interest creates the ideal birthday

Emily Ybarra knew when she asked her son Cruise what he would like to do for his 10th birthday party, it was going to be unique. Diagnosed with autism at the age of three, Emily had gotten used to his…

Their Voice: A common interest creates the ideal birthday

Two men receive medical care for separate incidents at Stewart Falls, Snake Creek

First responders helped two men in separate incidents in the Wasatch Mountains on Sunday.

Two men receive medical care for separate incidents at Stewart Falls, Snake Creek

Two men receive medical care for separate incidents at Stewart Falls, Snake Creek

First responders helped two men in separate incidents in the Wasatch Mountains on Sunday.

Two men receive medical care for separate incidents at Stewart Falls, Snake Creek

BYU researchers develop method that could produce stronger, more pliable metals

It may not be as catchy as chains and weak links, but physicists and engineers know “a material is only as strong as its weakest grain boundary.”

BYU researchers develop method that could produce stronger, more pliable metals

BYU researchers develop method that could produce stronger, more pliable metals

It may not be as catchy as chains and weak links, but physicists and engineers know “a material is only as strong as its weakest grain boundary.”

BYU researchers develop method that could produce stronger, more pliable metals

Spanish Fork temple hosts celebration for birth of Krishna

People gathered at the Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork on Saturday to celebrate the birth of Krishna with food, music and dancing.

Spanish Fork temple hosts celebration for birth of Krishna

Gift of Life: Summer means less blood for the American Red Cross

Across Utah County, there are people waiting for donations, whether it is a needed organ, bone marrow or blood that will save their lives. Others have given these life-saving donations to complete strangers. Gift of Life highlights those involved in…

Gift of Life: Summer means less blood for the American Red Cross

Steve Densley: Drawing your own chalk line of honor

As a graduate of Brigham Young University some years ago, I was impressed by a quote by the former President of the University, Karl G. Maeser: “My young friends, place me behind prison walls, walls of stone ever so high,…

Steve Densley: Drawing your own chalk line of honor

American Fork Canyon is more crowded than ever. What’s the plan?

It’s become a familiar routine to outdoor enthusiasts who frequent Utah County’s American Fork Canyon: if you don’t want to wait in line at the entrance, you better get there early or go in the middle of a weekday.

American Fork Canyon is more crowded than ever. What’s the plan?