Daily Archives: January 24, 2018

Expanded Eccles set leaves Styx with plenty of — but not too much — time on its hands

Styx tagged another Beehive State venue Tuesday night, introducing the Eccles Theater in Salt Lake City to a brand of live excellence that has been entertaining Utah audiences for nearly 43 years.

Expanded Eccles set leaves Styx with plenty of — but not too much — time on its hands

Point of the Mountain Commission presents regional vision

The land just north and south of the Point of the Mountain will be blossoming with technology and new transit options if funding goes through for the vision presented Monday by the Point of the Mountain Development Commission.

Point of the Mountain Commission presents regional vision

Alpine School District board approves bond to replace Scera Park Elementary

The Local Building Authority of Alpine School District has agreed to fund its first project.

Alpine School District board approves bond to replace Scera Park Elementary

Man arrested on reports of shooting at man, woman in Payson on Monday

The man police suspect of shooting and injuring a man and his wife after an altercation in Payson on Monday night was booked into Utah County Jail on Tuesday.

Man arrested on reports of shooting at man, woman in Payson on Monday

Sundance Institute, Utah Film Center celebrate five years of kids’ movies at Sundance Film Festival

Director Alexandre Espigares said his objective when he set out to create a new animated version of “White Fang” was to create a movie unique from the films family audiences are accustomed to seeing.

Sundance Institute, Utah Film Center celebrate five years of kids’ movies at Sundance Film Festival

Alpine School District board approves boundary changes for multiple communities

The Alpine School District Board of Education voted to approve multiple school boundary proposals Tuesday evening, creating changes for several communities.

Alpine School District board approves boundary changes for multiple communities

Gary Gygi: Are earmarks helpful for our citizens?

I have often thought my dream job would be as a rancher and farmer, maybe that is because my maternal grandparents lived in the very rural Idaho town of Malad and I loved every trip we took up there.

Gary Gygi: Are earmarks helpful for our citizens?

Expansive West Mountain rezone approved by commission to prevent new gravel pits

After weeks of discussion, the Utah County Commission changed zoning for approximately 9,800 acres in the West Mountain area Tuesday, though some of the original parcels included in the proposal were excluded from the final decision.

Expansive West Mountain rezone approved by commission to prevent new gravel pits

Provo council not ready to say ‘welcome home’ to resolution

A “Welcome Home” resolution may stay on paper indefinitely after Tuesday’s Provo Municipal Council meeting.

Provo council not ready to say ‘welcome home’ to resolution

BYU law lab creates TurboTax-like product to help those in debt collection

Being a defendant in a debt collection lawsuit is overwhelming. So is doing annual taxes.

BYU law lab creates TurboTax-like product to help those in debt collection