Daily Archives: June 27, 2018

Freedom Festival events suffer as volunteer numbers decline

Ken Merrell, volunteer chairman for America’s Freedom Festival, is in a conundrum, having a hard time coming up with enough bodies to help where help is needed.

Freedom Festival events suffer as volunteer numbers decline

Justice Kennedy retiring; Hatch offers congratulations

WASHINGTON — Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement Wednesday, giving President Donald Trump a golden chance to cement conservative control of the high court.

Justice Kennedy retiring; Hatch offers congratulations

Degree for life: Future crime solver helps Women of UVU association

Many college students change their majors at least once, first attracted to one field of study, then finding another more to their liking.

Degree for life: Future crime solver helps Women of UVU association

Trial set for Provo man who posed as doctor, sexually assaulted two women

A former Provo restaurant owner charged with posing as a doctor to sexually abuse women is heading to trial in December, court documents state.

Trial set for Provo man who posed as doctor, sexually assaulted two women

State starts work on Utah jail death reports, substance abuse study

The state has begun the process of gathering information on county jail deaths and compiling data about substance abuse and drug withdrawal behind bars.

State starts work on Utah jail death reports, substance abuse study

State starts work on Utah jail death reports, substance abuse study

The state has begun the process of gathering information on county jail deaths and compiling data about substance abuse and drug withdrawal behind bars.

State starts work on Utah jail death reports, substance abuse study

Rep. John Curtis situated to beat Chris Herrod in second primary within a year

If Tuesday night felt a little like the sensation of deja vu, it’s because voters saw a similar evening play out with Rep. John Curtis and Chris Herrod less than one year ago.

Rep. John Curtis situated to beat Chris Herrod in second primary within a year

Mitt Romney wins GOP primary in Utah Senate race

SALT LAKE CITY — Mitt Romney has won the Republican primary for a Utah Senate seat, setting him on the path to re-start his political career with a Senate seat left open by retiring Sen. Orrin Hatch.

Mitt Romney wins GOP primary in Utah Senate race

Unofficial election results released for Utah County school board elections

Cindy Davis appears to have secured a spot in the November general election for the Utah State Board of Education as of Tuesday evening.

Unofficial election results released for Utah County school board elections

Tanner Ainge, Mike Smith, David Leavitt take big leads in Utah County primary races

Tanner Ainge is on track to replace controversial Utah County Commissioner Greg Graves following the first release of unofficial voting results Tuesday night.

Tanner Ainge, Mike Smith, David Leavitt take big leads in Utah County primary races