Daily Archives: August 15, 2018

BYU Vocal Point covers Josh Groban’s ‘You Raise Me Up’

BYU Vocal Point recently released a new video of the group performing an a capella cover of Josh Groban’s “You Raise Me Up.”

BYU Vocal Point covers Josh Groban’s ‘You Raise Me Up’

New York man arrested for reportedly stealing iPhones from Lehi store

Lehi police arrested a man on Tuesday who reportedly stole 12 iPhones from several AT&T Inc. stores, including a store in Lehi.

New York man arrested for reportedly stealing iPhones from Lehi store

School starts at new Provo High

After a year of lasts, Wednesday was the first of many firsts at the new Provo High School.

School starts at new Provo High

Lincoln Beach closed due to Utah Lake algal bloom

Lincoln Beach and Marina has been closed due to the algal bloom on Utah Lake, according to information from the Utah Department of Environmental Quality Wednesday.

Lincoln Beach closed due to Utah Lake algal bloom

Public meeting on Coal Hollow Fire to be held in Spanish Fork Wednesday

A public meeting will be held at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Maple Mountain High School in Spanish Fork to update the public on progress and the situation regarding the Coal Hollow Fire, which is now 24,576 acres in size.

Public meeting on Coal Hollow Fire to be held in Spanish Fork Wednesday

Orem council votes to put $24.5 million bond on ballot

Orem residents will have the opportunity to vote on whether the city will have a $24.5 million bond to help refurbish the fitness center and add an extension to the library.

Orem council votes to put $24.5 million bond on ballot

UVX route has soft opening with many curious riders

Construction might not be completely finished on the Utah Valley Express route of Utah Transit Authority, but that didn’t stop the buses from officially rolling out on Monday.

UVX route has soft opening with many curious riders

Provo school board approves tax increase to fund teacher pay increase

The Provo City School District Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday evening during a Truth in Taxation hearing to raise property taxes in order to fund teacher pay increases and improve security in schools.

Provo school board approves tax increase to fund teacher pay increase