Daily Archives: June 28, 2018

No change in Utah County races following release of 2nd batch of primary results, turnout at 37 percent

A second batch of primary election results did not make a difference in Utah County’s local races, as all three leaders in the county races kept the big leads they established Tuesday night.

No change in Utah County races following release of 2nd batch of primary results, turnout at 37 percent

LDS Church policy on handling sex abuse cases at core of newly filed lawsuit

When Kristy Johnson was just starting first grade in the 1960s, life changed for her at home as well.

LDS Church policy on handling sex abuse cases at core of newly filed lawsuit

How pony rides sparked the start of a Thanksgiving Point culinary quest

Pony rides. That was the clincher for us. Unlimited pony rides turned years of hemming and hawing over the idea of a Thanksgiving Point membership into a brilliant reality.

How pony rides sparked the start of a Thanksgiving Point culinary quest

Orem man with capital murder charges pleads guilty, trial canceled

The trial for an Orem man facing capital punishment was canceled Thursday after he pleaded guilty to killing a man during a botched robbery in Provo.

Orem man with capital murder charges pleads guilty, trial canceled

Freedom Festival Patriotic Service to feature LDS Church’s Young Men General President Stephen W. Owen

If you enjoy the complete feeling of patriotism, worship and music, Sunday’s Freedom Festival Patriotic Service is just for you.

Freedom Festival Patriotic Service to feature LDS Church’s Young Men General President Stephen W. Owen

How a small BYU group redefined Mormon art in the ’60s

About 50 years ago, three young students and one art professor at Brigham Young University met to discuss a new vision for Mormon art.

How a small BYU group redefined Mormon art in the ’60s

Provo Canyon to be spruced up Saturday

Areas of Provo Canyon will be much cleaner after Saturday, thanks to a volunteer effort. The Friends of Provo Canyon Community Clean-up is heading up the event and volunteers are wanted to show up and help clean.

Provo Canyon to be spruced up Saturday

Payson works on general plan update to prepare for massive growth over next 30 years

Payson is scheduled to more than double in population by 2050, meaning change is coming whether residents want it to or not.

Payson works on general plan update to prepare for massive growth over next 30 years

Herald Editorial: Matt Holland made us all bleed green

Yes, Utah County is full of blue blood.

Herald Editorial: Matt Holland made us all bleed green

Payson man arrested on suspicion of sexual abuse of a child

A Payson man was arrested Wednesday afternoon on suspicion of sexual abuse of a child.

Payson man arrested on suspicion of sexual abuse of a child