Daily Archives: November 15, 2017

Justice, Beleaguered: The team is assembled, but results are mixed

During some of the boring moments of the new “Justice League,” I caught my mind drifting toward times in my life when watching a superhero movie made me feel something.

Justice, Beleaguered: The team is assembled, but results are mixed

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Justice, Beleaguered: The team is assembled, but results are mixed

During some of the boring moments of the new “Justice League,” I caught my mind drifting toward times in my life when watching a superhero movie made me feel something.

Justice, Beleaguered: The team is assembled, but results are mixed

Two longtime law enforcement officers throw hats into ring for Utah County Sheriff

Mike Smith and Darin Durfey, both involved in law enforcement for the better part of their lives, have announced they are running for the position of Utah County Sheriff for the 2018 election. Jim Tracy, the current sheriff, is not…

Two longtime law enforcement officers throw hats into ring for Utah County Sheriff

Vinyl gets the special treatment at 3hive’s Provo pop-up record shop

Utah County doesn’t have a record store anymore. During one Saturday every few months, though, this changes — and that Saturday is soon upon us.

Vinyl gets the special treatment at 3hive’s Provo pop-up record shop

Florida man pleads guilty to threatening Jason Chaffetz

ORLANDO, Fla. — A Florida man has pleaded guilty to making a threatening phone call to a Utah congressman.

Florida man pleads guilty to threatening Jason Chaffetz

Utahns bring vintage toys out of the closet to sell to America’s Toy Scout

A number of Utah County residents went home a little bit richer Monday and Tuesday.

Utahns bring vintage toys out of the closet to sell to America’s Toy Scout

Provo Municipal Council approves controversial zoning occupancy law

The Provo Municipal Council passed a controversial code Tuesday that requires landlords, owners, and tenants to sign a rental contract of disclosure and acknowledgment saying they understand the zoning occupancy laws for where they are living.

Provo Municipal Council approves controversial zoning occupancy law

UTA Board seeking public review on 2018 tentative budget, including $10M increase on TRIP

Residents wanting to give comment on the Utah Transit Authority’s 2018 tentative budget have until Nov. 30.

UTA Board seeking public review on 2018 tentative budget, including $10M increase on TRIP

Community packs public hearing for Orem elementary school consolidation

The Orem community packed the Alpine School District Board of Education meeting Tuesday evening to speak for and against consolidating two Orem elementary schools.

Community packs public hearing for Orem elementary school consolidation

Sen. Hatch’s office predicts big reductions for Utah monuments

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch’s office says President Donald Trump is expected to significantly downsize two sprawling Utah national monuments.

Sen. Hatch’s office predicts big reductions for Utah monuments