Daily Archives: January 29, 2018

Cosmo recreates viral dance with Avo & Teo

Cosmo the Cougar’s dance moves have been touted in social media posts and news stories across the nation, and now there is another video to add to the mix.

Cosmo recreates viral dance with Avo & Teo

Utah’s portable classrooms lack structural code, experts say

SALT LAKE CITY — Experts say portable classrooms used by hundreds of Utah students every day could be risky without a set of uniform standards.

Utah’s portable classrooms lack structural code, experts say

$860M for new prison? Original estimate gets scrutiny

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah state officials are being forced to explain why they never revealed the original cost estimate for a new state prison that is much higher than budgeted cost.

$860M for new prison? Original estimate gets scrutiny

Springville Senior Center hosts talk on Civil War, Weatherization Assistance Program, Habitat

Springville Senior Center

Springville Senior Center hosts talk on Civil War, Weatherization Assistance Program, Habitat

Spanish Fork school has Utah’s only competing show choir

Evolution is used to hearing show choirs chant “U-tah! U-tah!” when it walks into a competition.

Spanish Fork school has Utah’s only competing show choir

Lindon leaders considering road fee

Like other Utah County cities, Lindon’s City Council is considering the implementation of a transportation utility fee to help maintain and repair the 55 miles of roads in the city. The issue has been discussed in several public meetings and…

Lindon leaders considering road fee

Spanish Fork woman recovering after car slides off embankment

A 61-year-old woman from Spanish Fork is recovering after her car slid off a southern Utah County road and fell 20 feet down an embankment Friday night.

Spanish Fork woman recovering after car slides off embankment

UVU’s First Lady being honored at Habitat for Humanity unveiling, BYU hosting consent workshop

Brigham Young University

UVU’s First Lady being honored at Habitat for Humanity unveiling, BYU hosting consent workshop