Daily Archives: August 7, 2018

Utah County Commission adds $1 million to sheriff’s budget to cover inmate medical expenses

The Utah County Commission opened the budget Tuesday to give $1 million to the Utah County Sheriff’s Office budget to cover medical expenses primarily accrued by one Utah County Jail inmate.

Utah County Commission adds $1 million to sheriff’s budget to cover inmate medical expenses

North county east-west connector going through

Utah County commissioners paved the way Tuesday for a north county east-west connector road to go through.

North county east-west connector going through

Orem Police release name of man killed in motorcycle crash

The Orem Police Department released the name of the man who died in a motorcycle crash in Orem on Saturday.

Orem Police release name of man killed in motorcycle crash

Police ask for help finding missing Orem woman

The Orem Police Department is searching for a missing woman with “diminished mental capacity” who disappeared on Sunday.

Police ask for help finding missing Orem woman

Eagle Mountain man sentenced to life in prison after charged with 50 counts of child sexual abuse

After months of sexually assaulting three young girls in his apartment in Eagle Mountain, Johnathon Nixon, 33, was sentenced to more than 70 years in prison.

Eagle Mountain man sentenced to life in prison after charged with 50 counts of child sexual abuse

Coal Hollow fire doubled in size since Monday, national firefighting team to take over

The Coal Hollow fire in southern Utah County doubled in size since Monday, according to a press release from the U.S. Forest Service.

Coal Hollow fire doubled in size since Monday, national firefighting team to take over

People can double food-stamp benefits at farmers’ markets

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah program aimed and helping low-income families buy more produce from local farmers is back.

People can double food-stamp benefits at farmers’ markets

Ribbon cut on rebuilt Provost Elementary School

Students in Provo shoveled heaps of dirt onto tree roots Monday morning as they prepared to start the school year off with a new building.

Ribbon cut on rebuilt Provost Elementary School

Provo Municipal Council holds special meeting to discuss city hall bond

By Tuesday evening, Provo’s Municipal Council anticipates voting for a general obligation bond for a new city hall and public safety building to be placed on November’s ballot.

Provo Municipal Council holds special meeting to discuss city hall bond