Daily Archives: August 8, 2018

Mia Love holding open office hours

SALT LAKE CITY — U.S. Rep. Mia Love will hold open office hours to hear from people in her district for up to 10 minutes at a time on Wednesday.

Mia Love holding open office hours

Another employee leaves the Highland Library

The Highland City Library continued on its recent roller coaster of intermingled good and bad news Tuesday night during the Highland City Council meeting Tuesday night.

Another employee leaves the Highland Library

All of Utah Lake now under warning, people and pets warned to stay out

All of Utah Lake is now under a warning due to a harmful algal bloom.

All of Utah Lake now under warning, people and pets warned to stay out

All of Utah Lake now under warning, people and pets warned to stay out

All of Utah Lake is now under a warning due to a harmful algal bloom.

All of Utah Lake now under warning, people and pets warned to stay out

All invited to ride UVX route free thanks to government grant

When Monday, Aug. 13 dawns, the long awaited Utah Valley Express bus route will make its debut, and it won’t be just university students, faculty and staff who can ride for free.

All invited to ride UVX route free thanks to government grant

Back-to-school shopping gets kinder at Outlets at Traverse Mountain

There has never been a better time to Rock Your Style than Saturday at the Outlets at Traverse Mountain.

Back-to-school shopping gets kinder at Outlets at Traverse Mountain

President Nelson adds two more cities to his summer globtrotting

If he could, President Russell M. Nelson would shake the hand of every member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

President Nelson adds two more cities to his summer globtrotting

Coal Hollow Fire burns 3,500 acres, still growing in southern Utah County

Hot, dry canyon winds pushed the Coal Hollow Fire across 3,500 acres in southern Utah County on Tuesday.

Coal Hollow Fire burns 3,500 acres, still growing in southern Utah County

VidAngel drops federal court lawsuit against Marvel, MGM

A Utah federal judge dismissed a lawsuit between a Provo movie filtering service and several Hollywood studios on Monday, leaving the option open for the filtering service to bring the same claims to California federal courts.

VidAngel drops federal court lawsuit against Marvel, MGM

Man arrested for allegedly swapping price tags to purchase $1500 worth of tools

A man from southern Utah was arrested Tuesday for reportedly switching price tags to buy expensive tools at an American Fork business.

Man arrested for allegedly swapping price tags to purchase $1500 worth of tools