Daily Archives: March 27, 2018

PAC is ready if Spencer Cox runs for Utah governor in 2020

SALT LAKE CITY — Two friends of Lt. Governor Spencer Cox said Tuesday they’ve started a political action committee and are collecting online pledges for campaign donations should Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox decide to run for governor in 2020.

PAC is ready if Spencer Cox runs for Utah governor in 2020

Degree for Life: UVU woman overcomes health issues to graduate

When Mikel Beck transferred to Utah Valley University, she already had an associate’s degree from Snow College. The anticipated journey to a bachelor’s degree had a few detours, however, and took significantly longer than planned.

Degree for Life: UVU woman overcomes health issues to graduate

Utah County formally approves parking agreement with Provo

After announcing an agreement last week that ended a multi-million dollar parking lawsuit with Provo, Utah County approved a term sheet outlining conditions of the agreement at Tuesday’s commission meeting.

Utah County formally approves parking agreement with Provo

Little Adventures’ Little Heroes gives childhood hope to kids with cancer and other illnesses

Running, laughing and playing are the hallmarks of childhood, but unfortunately they are luxuries not granted to all children due to the repercussive effects of childhood cancer.

Little Adventures’ Little Heroes gives childhood hope to kids with cancer and other illnesses

President Nelson heals with his heart and his hands

Just 10 days after President Russell M. Nelson is sustained by the membership of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during the April general conference, he will embark on his first long journey as president of the church.

President Nelson heals with his heart and his hands

Hearing for Spanish Fork man who filmed friend’s suicide set for July

A Spanish Fork man, whose case sparked a bill that was signed into law this Utah legislative session, had a hearing set for July.

Hearing for Spanish Fork man who filmed friend’s suicide set for July

Orem says goodbye to long-serving city recorder

Often referred to as the “Ultimate Fountain of Recorder Knowledge” by her peers, Donna Weaver, Orem’s city recorder, will take minutes during her last city council meeting Tuesday. Friday will be her last day working for the city as she…

Orem says goodbye to long-serving city recorder

More than 80 weapons found in Utah County schools since 2016

The majority of weapons found in Utah County schools aren’t guns, but rather knives, lookalike weapons or even ballpoint pens.

More than 80 weapons found in Utah County schools since 2016

Utah County Health Department praises response to potential hepatitis A exposures

Utah County’s last hepatitis A case was in February, and the Utah County Health Department is hoping that’s the last one for some time.

Utah County Health Department praises response to potential hepatitis A exposures

LDS Church First Presidency releases update on abuse, interview protocol for leadership

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints issued an updated policy on church leadership manuals on preventing and responding to abuse.

LDS Church First Presidency releases update on abuse, interview protocol for leadership