Daily Archives: March 8, 2018

State board removes Franklin Discovery Academy’s warning status

The Utah State Charter School Board has taken Franklin Discovery Academy in Vineyard off its warning Thursday, about a year after the board placed the school on probation.

State board removes Franklin Discovery Academy’s warning status

LDS Church introduces new online services for missionaries

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is spreading its missionary work in the digital age as people come to them via mormon.org, Facebook, texting, video conferencing and chatting on social platforms.

LDS Church introduces new online services for missionaries

End of the road for Utah plan to name highway after Trump

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah lawmaker’s proposal to rename a scenic highway after President Donald Trump has reached the end of the road.

End of the road for Utah plan to name highway after Trump

Provo man arrested on reports of burglary, shooting at man

A Provo man has been arrested on reports of breaking into a man’s house and shooting at him.

Provo man arrested on reports of burglary, shooting at man

PDQ’s exceedingly flavorful menu is a consonant revelation in Lehi

There are plenty of new places popping up in Lehi, and fortunately for the people who work and live there, some of the new construction is also for restaurants.

PDQ’s exceedingly flavorful menu is a consonant revelation in Lehi

Provo police chief seeks budget funding for department

Provo needs police officers and a new safety building now.

Provo police chief seeks budget funding for department

Review: ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ is the Disney Channel Original version of ‘Twin Peaks’

Somewhere in another dimension, a version of David Lynch — with all his visual imagination and unique take on spirituality — is producing work exclusively for the Disney Channel. And this week, in some wrinkle of the space-time continuum, one…

Review: ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ is the Disney Channel Original version of ‘Twin Peaks’

Utah group looking for more volunteers to inventory raptor nests

As Jake Empey peers through his binoculars, he attempts to identify the bird of prey he spotted during an outing near Santaquin in early March.

Utah group looking for more volunteers to inventory raptor nests

A man is headed to prison for sexual abuse of three young girls — with three sentences

In a case Judge Lynn Davis said was unlike any in his 32 years with the gavel, Douglas Bee of Santaquin was handed three, three-years-to-life sentences after being charged for sexually assaulting three young girls.

A man is headed to prison for sexual abuse of three young girls — with three sentences

‘Bionic man’ Hugh Herr speaks at UVU on future of tech and disabilities

Frostbite took both of Hugh Herr’s legs after a climbing accident on Mount Washington in New Hampshire. After having his legs amputated, the 17-year-old rock climber looked to his doctors and asked what was next. They told him he’d never…

‘Bionic man’ Hugh Herr speaks at UVU on future of tech and disabilities