Monthly Archives: January 2018

Ex-Utah firefighter gets probation for narcotics theft

SALT LAKE CITY — A former Utah firefighter has been fined $1,300 and sentenced to three years’ probation for breaking into a fire station and stealing narcotics from an ambulance.

Ex-Utah firefighter gets probation for narcotics theft

First-ever Salt Lake City MusicCon to celebrate national, local talent

This weekend will bring to Utah the musical talents of Billy Dean, The Dickies, Quiet Riot, Saving Abel, James Otto and Bow Wow Wow, to name a few.

First-ever Salt Lake City MusicCon to celebrate national, local talent

American Fork ‘Bachelor’ contestant returns, then is sent home on Week Five of TV show

A local contestant on “The Bachelor” has been eliminated from the show.

American Fork ‘Bachelor’ contestant returns, then is sent home on Week Five of TV show

LDS Church closes Park City Family History Center, other visitor’s centers

Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Tuesday a change in operations to three visitor’s centers including the Park City Family Tree Center.

LDS Church closes Park City Family History Center, other visitor’s centers

BYU devotional condemns sexual assault, victim blaming, marital rape

A devotional at Brigham Young University Tuesday morning got straight to the issue, and stayed there, in discussing and condemning sexual assault and victim blaming on a campus that is commonly accused of perpetuating rape culture.

BYU devotional condemns sexual assault, victim blaming, marital rape

BYU devotional condemns sexual assault, victim blaming, marital rape

A devotional at Brigham Young University Tuesday morning got straight to the issue, and stayed there, in discussing and condemning sexual assault and victim blaming on a campus that is commonly accused of perpetuating rape culture.

BYU devotional condemns sexual assault, victim blaming, marital rape

Springville police arrest man on suspicion of sexually exploiting 16-year-old

Trevor Lawrence Ott, 31, was arrested by the Springville Police Department Monday on suspicion of sexually exploiting a 16-year-old girl, according to a police report.

Springville police arrest man on suspicion of sexually exploiting 16-year-old

‘Milestones and Memories’ celebrates 80 years of history and more at Springville Museum of Art

According to artist Henri Matisse, “Creativity takes courage,” so it’s safe to say that the 80 years of history packed into the Springville Museum of Art’s “Milestones and Memories” exhibit has an ample helping of both.

‘Milestones and Memories’ celebrates 80 years of history and more at Springville Museum of Art

Despite a tough winter, recreation businesses are moving forward in Utah and want residents to as well

For those who relish Utah’s “Greatest Snow on Earth” and those whose businesses in Utah County rely on snow, this winter has been a rough go.

Despite a tough winter, recreation businesses are moving forward in Utah and want residents to as well

Three people named Utah County ‘persons of the year’

Three Utah County residents who have devoted their time to help prevent and alleviate hunger received the Utah County Person of the Year award last week.

Three people named Utah County ‘persons of the year’