Daily Archives: January 21, 2018

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Courtney Marrott

Courtney Marrott, a seventh-grader at Dixon Middle School, has been selected as the Daily Herald Student of the Week.

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Courtney Marrott

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Andrea Neilson

Andrea Neilson, a sixth grade teacher at Rock Canyon Elementary School, has been selected as the Daily Herald Educator of the Week.

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Andrea Neilson

Vineyard mayor: Shared efforts are leading to great things

Our city, Vineyard, comes from pillar families that built up a close-knit community with a beautiful heritage nearly 150 years old in the making.

Vineyard mayor: Shared efforts are leading to great things

Female firefighters filling ranks of fire departments across Utah Valley

The Lehi Fire Department has a number of new recruits who started their shifts earlier this month, but two of them are a first for the department.

Female firefighters filling ranks of fire departments across Utah Valley

Utah Legislative preview: Tax reform, Murdock Connector and Utah Lake

The Utah Legislature will convene for its 45-day session starting Monday. As usual, hundreds of bills will be submitted for consideration.

Utah Legislative preview: Tax reform, Murdock Connector and Utah Lake

Utah Legislative preview: Tax reform, Murdock Connector and Utah Lake

The Utah Legislature will convene for its 45-day session starting Monday. As usual, hundreds of bills will be submitted for consideration.

Utah Legislative preview: Tax reform, Murdock Connector and Utah Lake

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LDS Church to send missionaries back to Madagascar, second round of missionaries to Puerto Rico

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced the return of missionaries to Madagascar and Puerto Rico.

LDS Church to send missionaries back to Madagascar, second round of missionaries to Puerto Rico

UCRP changes bylaw, allowing party leaders to support convention candidates over signature candidates

Utah County Republican Party’s Central Committee approved a change to bylaws Saturday that allows for party leadership to support caucus/convention candidates over those who got on the ballot by gathering signatures.

UCRP changes bylaw, allowing party leaders to support convention candidates over signature candidates

UCRP changes bylaw, allowing party leaders to support convention candidates over signature candidates

Utah County Republican Party’s Central Committee approved a change to bylaws Saturday that allows for party leadership to support caucus/convention candidates over those who got on the ballot by gathering signatures.

UCRP changes bylaw, allowing party leaders to support convention candidates over signature candidates