Monthly Archives: June 2018

Missing plane found crashed near Lake Mountain, one fatality reported

A plane that was overdue for its destination Thursday was found Friday, and one person was reported dead.

Missing plane found crashed near Lake Mountain, one fatality reported

Freedom Festival parade route in Provo will be ready, it’s a promise

Andy Neff, spokesman for the Provo Orem Transportation Improvement Project is telling residents not to fret, University Avenue will be ready for the annual Freedom Festival Grand Parade July 4.

Freedom Festival parade route in Provo will be ready, it’s a promise

Vineyard unveils new super park

Vineyard Mayor Julie Fullmer will have a big day Saturday. It will be the first time she’ll be able to take her children to the city’s new super park.

Vineyard unveils new super park

New phase of Cory Wride Memorial Park opens in Eagle Mountain

Eagle Mountain is home to a lot of children, and Saturday’s opening of phase 1B of the Cory B. Wride Memorial Park is sure to please most of them.

New phase of Cory Wride Memorial Park opens in Eagle Mountain

BYU obtains permit to demolish Allen Hall

Brigham Young University will be demolishing Allen Hall, the university announced Friday morning.

BYU obtains permit to demolish Allen Hall

UVU trustees approve naming auditorium after Matthew Holland and $1 million to pave parking lot

Utah Valley University’s trustees voted Thursday to name an auditorium after a former president and to approve the paving of a lot that will provide free parking for the university.

UVU trustees approve naming auditorium after Matthew Holland and $1 million to pave parking lot

Lehi Stock Parade hearkens back to city’s roots

Hoofs and manes were on display Thursday night during the Lehi Stock Parade — a stark contrast to mice and keyboards the town has become famous for in recent years.

Lehi Stock Parade hearkens back to city’s roots

High school students spend summer studying startups

While their peers have been soaking up the sun or working summer jobs, a cohort of high school students spent the month of June learning how to be technology entrepreneurs.

High school students spend summer studying startups

Folk music festival brings U.S. back to its Bluegrassroots

There’s nothing more American than the music attendees will hear this weekend at the Bluegrassroots Timpanogos Folk Festival, according to local musician Marvin Payne.

Folk music festival brings U.S. back to its Bluegrassroots

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