Monthly Archives: December 2017

UVU’s newest vice president is bringing diversity, inclusion experience to student affairs

Kyle Reyes’ office is all about connections.

UVU’s newest vice president is bringing diversity, inclusion experience to student affairs

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Quiz: How much do you know about New Year’s Eve?

New Year’s Eve is here and you are probably planning some sort of celebration. But how much do you really know about the changing of years?

Quiz: How much do you know about New Year’s Eve?

American Fork businesses form a Giving Train

While there are many ways businesses give back or pay it forward over the holiday giving season, sometimes small business owners feel they have a smaller reach.

American Fork businesses form a Giving Train

Little pantry in Payson designed to put dent in food insecurity

A small blue pantry outside the Payson city offices is looking to fill the needs and stomachs of community members.

Little pantry in Payson designed to put dent in food insecurity

Cold cases, murders, domestic violence: Top 5 Utah County crime stories of 2017

In 2017, the daily thefts, drug arrests and minor criminal offenses continued. However, they won’t be the crime stories we remember as we head into 2018.

Cold cases, murders, domestic violence: Top 5 Utah County crime stories of 2017

Cold cases, murders, domestic violence: Top 5 Utah County crime stories of 2017

In 2017, the daily thefts, drug arrests and minor criminal offenses continued. However, they won’t be the crime stories we remember as we head into 2018.

Cold cases, murders, domestic violence: Top 5 Utah County crime stories of 2017

Worship Services for Dec. 31

Genelle Pugmire

Worship Services for Dec. 31

Utah County kids ring in 2018 with Noon Year’s Eve event in Provo

As the clock creeped toward noon Saturday, kids of all ages gathered at Provo Beach to celebrate the New Year.

Utah County kids ring in 2018 with Noon Year’s Eve event in Provo

Their Voice: Melisa Nellesen Center for Autism created largest impact to community in 2017

For me and most of us, New Year’s becomes a time for reflection and the contemplation of change. We look back on the year to determine the things that were effective and productive and try to find ways to eliminate…

Their Voice: Melisa Nellesen Center for Autism created largest impact to community in 2017

Christmas brightened for those living with challenges

Christmas was brightened for about 250 people who live with mental illnesses in Utah County, thanks to a partnership between Wasatch Mental Health and United Way, volunteers, community members and businesses. We often think of only children being helped through…

Christmas brightened for those living with challenges