Daily Archives: March 4, 2018

Provo High of the 1950s: A look back at a new school and a changing world

Taking a note from the 1956 Provo High School yearbook the school’s “structure is old but its heart is young.”

Provo High of the 1950s: A look back at a new school and a changing world

Provo High roots run deep in multi-generation Provo families

Nadine Farr was cheering on the sidelines of a basketball game between Provo High School and Brigham Young High School when she stumbled — literally — into a player from the other team.

Provo High roots run deep in multi-generation Provo families

Touchdown for Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity of Utah County is excited for what the future holds.

Touchdown for Habitat for Humanity

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Mark Hardman

Mark Hardman is definitely one of our most valuable players at Pleasant Grove Junior High. Hardman has been a teacher and coach here for 12 years where he teaches CTE, PE, Weight Training and is the ninth grade boys basketball…

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Mark Hardman

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Matt Halladay

Matt Halladay is a freshman at Pleasant Grove Junior High School. Matt has an exceptional amount of determination and focus. This is exhibited both while he’s studying and having fun.

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Matt Halladay

Utah County employee hopes to find homes for old docs before shredding

One Utah County employee is hoping to find homes for some old documents before they need to be destroyed.

Utah County employee hopes to find homes for old docs before shredding

Puppy Barn moves to Saratoga Springs

The pups are on the move.

Puppy Barn moves to Saratoga Springs

Volunteers search for missing American Fork woman

More than 80 people combed the trails, streets and riversides surrounding Art Dye Park in American Fork on Saturday morning, searching for a woman who has been missing since Feb. 18.

Volunteers search for missing American Fork woman