Daily Archives: November 3, 2017

Volunteers clean shooting mess near Eagle Mountain

After a fire started by shooters burnt through parts of the land this summer, volunteers created a trash clean-up effort near Eagle Mountain to clear a large area of lands held in trust for Utah’s public schools.

Volunteers clean shooting mess near Eagle Mountain

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From the Web: Derek Hough focuses on suicide prevention in stirring new video

According to a video posted by Utah native and acclaimed singer, dancer and actor Derek Hough, every minute, someone takes their own life through suicide.

From the Web: Derek Hough focuses on suicide prevention in stirring new video

Appeals court lifts gag order placed on Salt Lake in comic con name battle; trial set for Nov. 28

After several months of radio silence, Salt Lake Comic Con co-founders Dan Farr and Bryan Brandenburg are once again sharing with the public their side of the story in a name-game battle with San Diego Comic-Con International over use of…

Appeals court lifts gag order placed on Salt Lake in comic con name battle; trial set for Nov. 28

Help for the youngest victims of domestic violence

October was Domestic Violence Awareness Month. While an adult in a family may be the victim of domestic violence, bystanders — the children — are affected, sometimes causing the cycle of violence to continue. This is the second in a…

Help for the youngest victims of domestic violence

Utah Republican Party drops lawsuit over state election law

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Republican Party Chairman Rob Anderson says the party is dropping its lawsuit challenging the state law that allows candidates to bypass the traditional nominating process for a primary election.

Utah Republican Party drops lawsuit over state election law

Orem school consolidation vote pushed back again

A vote regarding the potential consolidation of Hillcrest and Scera Park elementary schools in Orem has been moved again.

Orem school consolidation vote pushed back again

Utah youth showcase how they use tech for good

“Everyone can use tech deliberately and for good.”

Utah youth showcase how they use tech for good

Some school projects aren’t bid on due to Utah County’s construction climate

A booming Utah County is causing some problems for the county’s smallest school district.

Some school projects aren’t bid on due to Utah County’s construction climate

Orem Asian Market opens as demand grows for international foods

Though Utah is rather land-locked, there enough of a taste for Asian food in Utah County that one grocery store recently expanded.

Orem Asian Market opens as demand grows for international foods

Payson man arrested on reports of assault, burglary with a crowbar

A Payson man was arrested Thursday on reports of assaulting an individual with a crowbar.

Payson man arrested on reports of assault, burglary with a crowbar