Daily Archives: January 19, 2018

Man identified in Thursday’s fatal motorcycle crash in American Fork

The man who died Thursday night in a motorcycle accident in American Fork has been identified by police after his family was notified.

Man identified in Thursday’s fatal motorcycle crash in American Fork

Trial against LDS Church in West Virginia begins

MARTINSBURG, West Virginia — Five men and one woman were selected Thursday morning to hear a case accusing The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and local church officials of covering up allegations that Michael Jensen sexually abused several…

Trial against LDS Church in West Virginia begins

Lehi FamilySearch Center opens

There are many discovery experiences in and around Thanksgiving Point in Lehi, and there is now one more especially targeted to families.

Lehi FamilySearch Center opens

North Utah County cities send resolution on road to state

North Utah County cities banded together recently to send a unified voice to the Utah State Legislature about the need for an east/west collector road near the northwest section of American Fork.

North Utah County cities send resolution on road to state

President Holland gives final State of the University address to UVU

Utah Valley University President Matthew Holland sandwiched his final State of the University address with reassures he wasn’t finished being the university’s president quite yet.

President Holland gives final State of the University address to UVU

Toby Keith, Fall Out Boy, Def Leppard and Journey announced as part of Vivint Arena concert lineup

Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City stepped up their concert game Friday morning with the announcement of three big shows coming to the venue this year.

Toby Keith, Fall Out Boy, Def Leppard and Journey announced as part of Vivint Arena concert lineup

Snow expected to hit Friday afternoon in Utah County

It’s felt almost like spring in Utah County throughout January so far, but that’s about to change.

Snow expected to hit Friday afternoon in Utah County

UVU trustees approve UTA contract for free passes

The Utah Valley University Board of Trustees approved a contract Thursday evening that would give free Utah Transit Authority premium passes to the university’s students, employees and dependents for the next decade.

UVU trustees approve UTA contract for free passes

Vanderhall Motors revs up production

If you see a sleek three-wheeled vehicle reminiscent of the hot rods of yesteryear strutting its stuff in the sun around the roads this spring, it’s very likely a Provo-built Vanderhall.

Vanderhall Motors revs up production

Cowboy poetry set to come to Payson with symposium, program

A Utah cowboy poetry group is looking to celebrate the West and its heritage with a night of music and poetry.

Cowboy poetry set to come to Payson with symposium, program