Daily Archives: January 4, 2018

Sens. Lee, Flake honor Thomas S. Monson on Senate floor

Since the death of LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson Tuesday evening, many tributes have flowed from around the world — including from the floor of the U.S. Senate.

Sens. Lee, Flake honor Thomas S. Monson on Senate floor

Third competency review ordered for Orem karate instructor accused of sexual abuse

An 81-year-old man charged with sexually abusing a girl he taught karate will have a third competency review completed before he appears back in court in February.

Third competency review ordered for Orem karate instructor accused of sexual abuse

Court Mann’s albums of the year, 2017

It seems fitting that this article would be among my last for the Herald. (I’ll be joining another newspaper in January.) Writing about my favorite albums of the year has always been one of my favorite assignments. It’s a challenge…

Court Mann’s albums of the year, 2017

Court Mann’s albums of the year, 2017

It seems fitting that this article would be among my last for the Herald. (I’ll be joining another newspaper in January.) Writing about my favorite albums of the year has always been one of my favorite assignments. It’s a challenge…

Court Mann’s albums of the year, 2017

Man sentenced to up to life in prison for involvement in Provo shooting death

A man was sentenced to a possible life sentence in prison for his involvement in a botched robbery that left one man dead last March.

Man sentenced to up to life in prison for involvement in Provo shooting death

Cedar Hills mayor plans for a stable future for the city

Cedar Hills is one of northern Utah County’s smaller cities, but as Jenney Rees started her tenure as mayor of the city Tuesday night, she knows there are both exciting and challenging things ahead.

Cedar Hills mayor plans for a stable future for the city

Westlake High marching band returns after Rose Parade performance

A hero’s welcome was expected for the Marching Thunder as the Westlake High School marching band returned to Saratoga Springs from performing in the Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California.

Westlake High marching band returns after Rose Parade performance

Mapleton man arrested for allegedly trying to seduce 13-year-old girl

A Mapleton man was arrested Wednesday night on suspicion of attempting to seduce a minor via internet or text.

Mapleton man arrested for allegedly trying to seduce 13-year-old girl

Hatch’s retirement lets him leave at the height of his power

SALT LAKE CITY — Orrin Hatch’s decision to retire from the Senate after four decades lets the Utah Republican walk away at the height of his power after helping to push through an overhaul of the tax code and persuading…

Hatch’s retirement lets him leave at the height of his power

Woman sentenced to prison for conspiring to kill the father of her children

A West Jordan woman who reportedly offered an undercover Provo police officer meth and money to kill the father of her children was sentenced to prison on Tuesday in Provo’s Fourth District Court.

Woman sentenced to prison for conspiring to kill the father of her children