Monthly Archives: March 2018

Payson man arrested for reportedly starting fire in Walmart

A man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of setting a fire in the Payson Walmart.

Payson man arrested for reportedly starting fire in Walmart

Bodies found in Eureka mine identified as those of missing teens

The two bodies removed Wednesday from a mine in a remote location on the Utah and Juab counties’ borders have been identified by as those of missing teens, Breezy Otteson and Riley Powell.

Bodies found in Eureka mine identified as those of missing teens

American Fork man arrested on suspicion of 254 counts of child porn

An American Fork man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of 254 counts of child porn.

American Fork man arrested on suspicion of 254 counts of child porn

JoAnn Losee and Bill Hulterstrom given Pillar of the Valley awards

Pillars are the steady stanchion that support and strengthen structures, and the two community leaders honored at Thursday’s Pillar of the Valley gala have done that same thing for the community.

JoAnn Losee and Bill Hulterstrom given Pillar of the Valley awards

LDS general conference expected to bring changes, squelch perennial rumors

Not since 1956 have the stars aligned to give the world, Easter, LDS General Conference and April Fool’s Day all in one 24-hour period. Passover also continues on that day as well.

LDS general conference expected to bring changes, squelch perennial rumors

Hometown restaurants are good business in Utah County, according to report

Utahns love to eat out, according to a report on the restaurant industry.

Hometown restaurants are good business in Utah County, according to report

Hometown restaurants are good business in Utah County, according to report

Utahns love to eat out, according to a report on the restaurant industry.

Hometown restaurants are good business in Utah County, according to report

American Fork woman locks kids outside home for six hours

An American Fork woman was charged for reportedly locked her young children out of their home Saturday for about six hours.

American Fork woman locks kids outside home for six hours

Art City Ukulele Fellowship builds Springville community 4 strings at a time

What started out as an idea to start a ukulele class in Springville has evolved into a group that has been helping to bring community members of all ages together for more than two years.

Art City Ukulele Fellowship builds Springville community 4 strings at a time

Families of two teens likely found dead near Eureka speak out after arrest

Family members of Breezy Otteson and Riley Powell, the two teens whose bodies investigators believe they found Wednesday, addressed the media Thursday afternoon in Spanish Fork.

Families of two teens likely found dead near Eureka speak out after arrest