Daily Archives: June 26, 2018

Utah setting trends for unique baby names for nearly a century

Chances are you know a Brent, Kent, Scott or Chad.

Utah setting trends for unique baby names for nearly a century

‘Newsies’ carries the banner at Hale Centre Theatre, naming partnership with Young Living announced

Though the opening night of “Newsies” at the Hale Centre Theatre in Sandy felt like a celebration in itself, the real festivities kicked off an hour before curtain as media, donors, founders and theater representatives gathered together for a ribbon…

‘Newsies’ carries the banner at Hale Centre Theatre, naming partnership with Young Living announced

Rep. John Curtis and Chris Herrod meet in rematch in Utah GOP House primary

SALT LAKE CITY — U.S. Rep. John Curtis was locked in a rematch Tuesday against conservative businessman Chris Herrod in Utah’s Republican primary and hoped to prevail to seek his first full term in Congress.

Rep. John Curtis and Chris Herrod meet in rematch in Utah GOP House primary

Utah County finalizes contract with law firms to sue opioid manufacturers and distributors

Utah County is ramping up to sue opioid manufacturers/distributors, and it finalized an agreement with outside legal firms to pursue that lawsuit Tuesday.

Utah County finalizes contract with law firms to sue opioid manufacturers and distributors

Provo adopts $212 million budget for 2019, focuses on increasing police force pay

After months of vetting and day-long retreats, the Provo Municipal Council has adopted a $212.2 million 2018-2019 fiscal year budget.

Provo adopts $212 million budget for 2019, focuses on increasing police force pay

Parkour competition takes over Orchard Park in Orem

While toddlers splashed in the water nearby, athletes tackled ramps, boxes, vaults and a quasi-jungle gym at the first-ever Orchard Park Parkour Jam and Competition Monday afternoon.

Parkour competition takes over Orchard Park in Orem

Depression in the workplace the focus of a new Utah County Health Department program

An employee with depression may be at work, but that doesn’t mean their mind is there.

Depression in the workplace the focus of a new Utah County Health Department program

BYU family history students helping the Army identify remains of missing soldiers with DNA testing

One mother continued setting a place at the dinner table every night for her son — just in case.

BYU family history students helping the Army identify remains of missing soldiers with DNA testing

Car dealer pleads guilty to scamming buyers in Lehi

A Saratoga Springs man pleaded guilty Monday to selling more than a dozen vehicles he did not own at his car dealership in Lehi.

Car dealer pleads guilty to scamming buyers in Lehi