Daily Archives: October 8, 2017

Alpine man dies after being struck by debris in Brian Head aerial drop

A 58-year-old man from Alpine helping with aerial drops of straw mulch in Brian Head died Saturday after being struck by debris.

Alpine man dies after being struck by debris in Brian Head aerial drop

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New Spanish Fork pumpkin patch promises something different

Spanish Fork has a new pumpkin patch in town.

New Spanish Fork pumpkin patch promises something different

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Krista Perkins

Krista Perkins is in her 11th year of teaching. She taught two of those years in Provo School District and has been teaching music at Odyssey Charter School for the last nine years. She has her bachelor’s degree in music…

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Krista Perkins

Tales from Utah Valley: Former convicts run boutique to change their lives

You save money. We save lives. That is the motto of the new “The Other Side Thrift Boutique,” the latest business opened by students at The Other Side Academy.

Tales from Utah Valley: Former convicts run boutique to change their lives

Business leaders recognized for partnering with education

A number of local businesses were honored Friday at the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce’s annual Business and Education Forum.

Business leaders recognized for partnering with education

Garden Help Desk: Prepping trees for the cold winter

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 anything in between.

Garden Help Desk: Prepping trees for the cold winter

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Isabella Perkins

Isabella’s love for learning started early. She started reading when she was only 3 years old, and continued to love to learn. As the years have progressed, this sixth-grader at Odyssey Charter School doesn’t have a minute to lose. She…

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Isabella Perkins

Provo grandmother celebrates hiking the ‘Y’ for the thousandth time

It all started out with Sue Trammell wanting to get in shape so she would look better in pictures during an upcoming family trip.

Provo grandmother celebrates hiking the ‘Y’ for the thousandth time

North Utah County residents discuss Murdock Connector

Residents of Highland, Alpine, Cedar Hills and American Fork gathered Thursday night to glean information about the proposed east-west connecting road known as the Murdock Connector.

North Utah County residents discuss Murdock Connector

Herald editorial: Understanding the present by appreciating the past

It’s often easy to watch and listen to leaders, whether they be religious or otherwise, and forget their past. We tend to focus on their present position rather than where they come from or how they got where they are.

Herald editorial: Understanding the present by appreciating the past