Monthly Archives: July 2018

Degree for Life: Actress hones her talent at UVU

It’s a long way from Meridian, Idaho, to the stages of Broadway, but Carlee Baldwin is taking that journey. A senior at Utah Valley University, she is majoring in theater arts, with an emphasis in performance.

Degree for Life: Actress hones her talent at UVU

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Utah County submits two names for UTA board restructuring

Utah County approved two names who could serve on the Utah Transit Authority board on Tuesday, both of whom have served on local city councils.

Utah County submits two names for UTA board restructuring

The National Parks release new acoustic ‘Esperança’ video

Provo-based folk-pop band The National Parks recently released a new live, acoustic video of the group performing “Esperança” on YouTube.

The National Parks release new acoustic ‘Esperança’ video

Accident on sounthbound I-15 causing 2-mile backup in Provo

A crash on southbound I-15 in Utah County at mile post 264 in Provo is blocking the left three lanes of traffic, according to Utah Highway Patrol on Twitter.

Accident on sounthbound I-15 causing 2-mile backup in Provo

Utah County Sheriff cites health as additional reason for resigning, says intent was not to disrupt

During a public comment session Tuesday, Utah County Sheriff Jim Tracy said he wanted to clear up more of his reasons for resigning from the office five months before the end of his term.

Utah County Sheriff cites health as additional reason for resigning, says intent was not to disrupt

Utah redistricting initiative collects $860K, spends most

Organizers of a Utah ballot initiative that would create a new system for drawing the state’s legislative and congressional districts raised $860,000 this year, and have already spent most of it to gather enough signatures to get on the ballot.

Utah redistricting initiative collects $860K, spends most

Reno and Sunny Mahe announce that they are having a baby boy

The loss of a child never really leaves you.

Reno and Sunny Mahe announce that they are having a baby boy

Orem Police join in online lip sync video challenge

The Orem Police Department has joined in the Lip Sync Challenge.

Orem Police join in online lip sync video challenge

Orem to seek for bond on library and rec center

Orem city leadership has heeded the wishes of residents and during the Aug. 14 City Council meeting, the council will decide whether to place a $24.5 million bond on the November ballot.

Orem to seek for bond on library and rec center

Highland family serves grieving stranger after loss of wife

Sometimes, its strangers who are instrumental in lifting another during grief.

Highland family serves grieving stranger after loss of wife