Daily Archives: January 11, 2018

President Monson’s viewing provides time for reflection and respect

With somber but seemingly happy countenances, mourners flowed Thursday through The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Conference Center in Salt Lake City during an eight-hour public viewing for President Thomas S. Monson, late president of the church.

President Monson’s viewing provides time for reflection and respect

Orem man sentenced to prison for shooting man in chest

An Orem man who reportedly shot another man in the chest in July was sentenced Wednesday in Fourth District Court to prison.

Orem man sentenced to prison for shooting man in chest

Patrons at Tabitha’s Way in Spanish Fork may have been exposed to Hepatitis A

The Utah County Health Department announced Thursday that Tabitha’s Way Local Food Pantry in Spanish Fork has been added to the list of eateries with possible Hepatitis A exposures.

Patrons at Tabitha’s Way in Spanish Fork may have been exposed to Hepatitis A

How to view the funeral of LDS prophet Thomas Monson

For those interested in attending or viewing President Thomas S. Monson’s funeral Friday, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and media broadcast outlets are providing several options.

How to view the funeral of LDS prophet Thomas Monson

Pleasant Grove mayor determined to protect and defend city in spite of funding problems

Pleasant Grove Mayor Guy L. Fugal is passionate about the city, and is determined to “protect and defend Pleasant Grove.”

Pleasant Grove mayor determined to protect and defend city in spite of funding problems

Alpine School District Board of Education creates local building authority

The Alpine School District Board of Education became the first Utah County school board to create a local building authority in its first board meeting of 2018.

Alpine School District Board of Education creates local building authority