Daily Archives: September 2, 2018

Timpanogos Storytelling Festival to welcome hearers and listeners of all ages

It’s that time again. Time to relax in the beauty of Ashton Gardens at Thanksgiving Point, and bask in the narrative weaving of the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival.

Timpanogos Storytelling Festival to welcome hearers and listeners of all ages

Utah construction industry not only area feeling the pinch

Utah County general contractors and developers have voiced frustration in recruiting and retaining construction workers since the Great Recession.

Utah construction industry not only area feeling the pinch

Oldest man in Utah celebrated at centenarian event

From ice boxes to refrigerators, Model A’s to fighter jets, the oldest man in Utah has seen it all in his 104 years.

Oldest man in Utah celebrated at centenarian event

How high teacher turnover impacts Utah

When it comes to Utah’s teacher shortage, there aren’t any easy answers.

How high teacher turnover impacts Utah

One man cook-off offers five different onions for Payson Golden Onion Days

Chris Zegarra, 27, of Provo, was the only contestant to show up for the Payson Golden Onion Days cook-off Saturday, but one taste of his “pizza with onion” would have most likely brought him the grand prize anyway.

One man cook-off offers five different onions for Payson Golden Onion Days