Daily Archives: November 26, 2017

Provo police seeking information on attack in Exchange Park

A 39-year-old man suffered serious injuries after being attacked early Sunday morning in Exchange Park along the Provo River in Provo.

Provo police seeking information on attack in Exchange Park

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UVU’s rock crawler gains attention from auto industry

It’s hard to imagine that creating a vehicle that seems to defy the laws of physics can teach students about those very laws, along with engineering, drivetrain, suspension, electrical systems, and — of course — safety.

UVU’s rock crawler gains attention from auto industry

Garden Help Desk: So, you got a Christmas cactus

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: So, you got a Christmas cactus

Lehi kicks off the holiday season with annual Santa Parade

Santa rode into Lehi Saturday evening in a horse drawn carriage.

Lehi kicks off the holiday season with annual Santa Parade

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Amber Capell

I’m Amber Capell. I teach seventh and ninth grade math at Mount Nebo Junior High School. I am part of an incredible team, both at the school and district level. I try to pull my weight, but I feel so…

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Amber Capell

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Steffanie Zavala

Hi, this is Steffanie Zavala. Thank you for letting me be in The Daily Herald. First of all, my name is Steffanie Zavala and I’m 14 years old. I was born and lived in Provo until 2013. I’m happy to…

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Steffanie Zavala

University Place providing ‘Quiet Santa’ for children with sensory issues

His face is adorned with a long white beard, rosy cheeks, expressive eyes, and his laugh is a soft ho,ho,ho. For Tre Galbraith, 5, of Provo, he is the perfect “Quiet Santa.”

University Place providing ‘Quiet Santa’ for children with sensory issues

Santaquin growing steadily, but working to prepare for future

Santaquin is a growing city with nearly 13,000 residents.

Santaquin growing steadily, but working to prepare for future