Daily Archives: October 5, 2017

Orrin Hatch, Mike Lee pay tribute to Robert D. Hales on Senate floor

Both of Utah’s senators paid tribute this week to Elder Robert D. Hales, of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, who died Sunday.

Orrin Hatch, Mike Lee pay tribute to Robert D. Hales on Senate floor

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Mia Love, Orrin Hatch weigh in on restrictions for gun modification devices

Some Republican lawmakers, including some from Utah, are saying that they open to discussions on restricting devices that allow semiautomatic rifles to function like automatic firearms.

Mia Love, Orrin Hatch weigh in on restrictions for gun modification devices

Third Congressional District candidates campaign hard heading into final election stretch

The general election is only one month away.

Third Congressional District candidates campaign hard heading into final election stretch

Lehi’s R&R BBQ proves winner when spinning meal of fortune

Perhaps the the best description of our recent visit to R&R BBQ in Lehi is this: letter perfect.

Lehi’s R&R BBQ proves winner when spinning meal of fortune

Provo police investigating stabbing, fight at park

The Provo Police Department is investigating a fight that occurred on Wednesday night and ended with one person going to the hospital.

Provo police investigating stabbing, fight at park

Provo police investigating stabbing, fight at park

The Provo Police Department is investigating a fight that occurred on Wednesday night and ended with one person going to the hospital.

Provo police investigating stabbing, fight at park

Elaine Bradley discusses move to Germany, family life and new Neon Trees

“The guided hand of providence,” as Elaine Bradley called it, moved she and her family from Provo to Germany this past summer. That same hand, it seems, is pulling Bradley in many different directions simultaneously.

Elaine Bradley discusses move to Germany, family life and new Neon Trees

Elaine Bradley discusses move to Germany, family life and new Neon Trees

“The guided hand of providence,” as Elaine Bradley called it, moved she and her family from Provo to Germany this past summer. That same hand, it seems, is pulling Bradley in many different directions simultaneously.

Elaine Bradley discusses move to Germany, family life and new Neon Trees

Former NBA player successfully combines service and business in Utah County

There are many, many companies in Utah County that have charitable organizations attached to their business, but only a few were started with the nonprofit organization at the forefront.

Former NBA player successfully combines service and business in Utah County

Orem community rallying for and against school consolidation

It’s still about a month away from when the Alpine School District Board of Education could vote to close two elementary schools, and parents on both sides of the argument are spending that time waiting.

Orem community rallying for and against school consolidation