Daily Archives: November 16, 2017

Facing costly upgrades, Provo asks Utah for variance on wastewater rules

Wastewater treatment plants are a dirty business and an extremely expensive one too.

Facing costly upgrades, Provo asks Utah for variance on wastewater rules

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Facing costly upgrades, Provo asks Utah for variance on wastewater rules

Wastewater treatment plants are a dirty business and an extremely expensive one too.

Facing costly upgrades, Provo asks Utah for variance on wastewater rules

Spanish Fork family gets new heater in time for winter

Community members in Spanish Fork worked together on Saturday to help a family in need. Thanks to many volunteers, a family now has a new furnace to get them through the cold winter months and new air conditioning for the…

Spanish Fork family gets new heater in time for winter

Police searching for missing American Fork girl

A 17-year-old girl, who has the mental capacity of an 8-year-old due to a brain injury, is missing from American Fork.

Police searching for missing American Fork girl

Toxic algae flourishes despite vast sums spent to prevent it

MONROE, Mich. — Competing in a bass fishing tournament two years ago, Todd Steele cast his rod from his 21-foot motorboat — unaware that he was being poisoned.

Toxic algae flourishes despite vast sums spent to prevent it

Sweet’s Hawaiian Grill is here to satisfy your barbecue dreams

There’s a particular kind of awkward experience I’m sure we’ve all had: asking someone if they’re new here, only to find out they’ve been around way longer than you have.

Sweet’s Hawaiian Grill is here to satisfy your barbecue dreams

‘Aida’ to open new $80 million Hale stage in Sandy

The Hale Centre Theatre in West Valley City has moved to Sandy, and almost all the bags and boxes are officially unpacked.

‘Aida’ to open new $80 million Hale stage in Sandy

Provo school board accepting applications to replace Kaufusi’s seat

The Provo City School District is looking for a new school board member.

Provo school board accepting applications to replace Kaufusi’s seat

BYU campus climate report shows students expect honor code investigation when reporting sexual assault

The majority of Brigham Young University students believe they would face honor code questions if they are sexually assaulted, according to results of the university’s campus climate survey on sexual assault.

BYU campus climate report shows students expect honor code investigation when reporting sexual assault

Utah County group helps refugees worldwide

A large freight container is on its way to refugees in Lebanon right now, all provided for and packaged by Utah County volunteers.

Utah County group helps refugees worldwide