Monthly Archives: August 2018

Idaho inmate charged for reported rape at Coal Hollow Fire

An Idaho inmate serving on a work crew fighting the Coal Hollow Fire in Spanish Fork Canyon has been charged with first-degree felony rape after a reported sexual assault at the incident command post in Indianola on Wednesday.

Idaho inmate charged for reported rape at Coal Hollow Fire

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Orem hires Habitat director as new community services director

Kena Mathew’s greatest dream would be to work herself out of her new job.

Orem hires Habitat director as new community services director

Estimated $5K worth of damage found at Spanish Fork church building

Investigators are asking for help finding vandals who damaged the inside of a church building in Spanish Fork last weekend.

Estimated $5K worth of damage found at Spanish Fork church building

Male rescued after getting stuck on Bridal Veil Falls

A civilian rescued a male who was stuck on Bridal Veil Falls in Provo Canyon Friday morning.

Male rescued after getting stuck on Bridal Veil Falls

Provo Power offers free trees but few residents respond

Provo residents with air conditioning in their homes but no trees outside to shade them were able to get a free tree through the yearly Trees for Energy Conservation program, though few took advantage of the offer.

Provo Power offers free trees but few residents respond

Lehi Heritage Day connects residents to history

Lehi is the tech hub of Utah County, and organizers of this year’s Lehi Heritage Day are using modern technology to share history.

Lehi Heritage Day connects residents to history

Springville exhibition depicts family history through art

Just as trees cannot grow branches without roots, individuals cannot exist nor know who they truly are without their ancestors.

Springville exhibition depicts family history through art

Spanish Fork woman works on winds

Windy Shaffer has repaired musical instruments for 25 years, and she still looks forward to her work every morning.

Spanish Fork woman works on winds

Provo team celebrates 40 years of Life Flight

Kevin Kemp walked into work one day to find a handwritten card on a bulletin board.

Provo team celebrates 40 years of Life Flight

Crime in Utah is down, but sexual assault keeps increasing

Crime in Utah dropped off somewhat last year due to an overall decrease in violent and property crimes across the state, according to a recent report from the Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification.

Crime in Utah is down, but sexual assault keeps increasing