Daily Archives: January 18, 2018

Sundance officials say ‘Me Too’ to a film community motivated to end sexual abuse

The 2018 Sundance Film Festival comes this year amid a broad cultural conversation about sexual assault, harassment and misconduct in Hollywood and beyond, which has shed light on decades of abuse, generating both career-ending consequences for abusers and widespread advocacy…

Sundance officials say ‘Me Too’ to a film community motivated to end sexual abuse

Mormon missionary dies in Argentina from undiagnosed illness

SALT LAKE CITY — A Mormon missionary serving in Argentina has died.

Mormon missionary dies in Argentina from undiagnosed illness

In Mayor Kaufusi’s first State of the City she appoints female department head, calls zoning ‘criminal’

In her first State of the City address, Provo’s new mayor, Michelle Kaufusi, announced a new department and volunteer initiative, called for compassion when dealing with a new ‘criminal ordinance’ on zoning compliance and told residents there is a need…

In Mayor Kaufusi’s first State of the City she appoints female department head, calls zoning ‘criminal’

In Mayor Kaufusi’s first State of the City she appoints female department head, calls zoning ‘criminal’

In her first State of the City address, Provo’s new mayor, Michelle Kaufusi, announced a new department and volunteer initiative, called for compassion when dealing with a new ‘criminal ordinance’ on zoning compliance and told residents there is a need…

In Mayor Kaufusi’s first State of the City she appoints female department head, calls zoning ‘criminal’

Utah County Attorney announces he will not run for re-election

Utah County Attorney Jeff Buhman announced via email Thursday that he will not seek re-election this year.

Utah County Attorney announces he will not run for re-election

More cones, but traffic relief ahead for Saratoga Springs

Residents of Saratoga Springs can look forward to some easing of the congested traffic along Redwood Road by this fall, though there will still be a sea of orange cones to negotiate in the meantime.

More cones, but traffic relief ahead for Saratoga Springs

Provo mayor expected to name new department at State of City address

Provo Mayor Michelle Kaufusi is expected to announce a new department in the city as part of her State of the City address at 1 p.m. Thursday in the Provo Library at Academy Square Ballroom.

Provo mayor expected to name new department at State of City address

OneRepublic to bring ‘All the Right Moves’ to Provo for 2018 Stadium of Fire

Looks like Provo will be “Counting Stars” with OneRepublic this Independence Day. America’s Freedom Festival announced Jan. 17 that the pop band will headline this year’s Stadium of Fire.

OneRepublic to bring ‘All the Right Moves’ to Provo for 2018 Stadium of Fire

Springville woman, 42, killed in auto-pedestrian crash

A Springville woman was killed Tuesday in an auto-pedestrian crash.

Springville woman, 42, killed in auto-pedestrian crash

Springville woman, 42, killed in auto-pedestrian crash

A Springville woman was killed Tuesday in an auto-pedestrian crash.

Springville woman, 42, killed in auto-pedestrian crash