Daily Archives: September 5, 2018

Whooping cough cases double in Utah County from 2017

The Utah County Health Department is calling for people to be immunized after cases of pertussis, or whooping cough, doubled over the same time last year, with more cases expected now that the school year has begun.

Whooping cough cases double in Utah County from 2017

UVU launching new master’s degree for K-12 administrators

Teachers can begin the process to become a K-12 school administrator through a new program at Utah Valley University starting next year.

UVU launching new master’s degree for K-12 administrators

BYU celebrates 21 years of ‘stone cold sober’ with new milk flavor

It’s a cultural norm across the country to celebrate a 21st birthday with a swig (or more) of alcohol.

BYU celebrates 21 years of ‘stone cold sober’ with new milk flavor

Provo man arrested for sexually abusing 4-year-old

Police arrested a Provo man Tuesday evening for reportedly sexually abusing a 4-year-old girl in Provo.

Provo man arrested for sexually abusing 4-year-old

Latter-day Saint missionary calls to now be received online

Receiving a mission call for prospective missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is about to get a little faster.

Latter-day Saint missionary calls to now be received online

Evermore Park prepares to open its gates, bringing an enchanting experience to Utah County

Right off the interstate in Pleasant Grove, just 30-40 minutes from the hustle and bustle of Salt Lake City, lies an 11-acre, old-style European hamlet.

Evermore Park prepares to open its gates, bringing an enchanting experience to Utah County

West Jordan man arrested after reportedly punching, biting Provo police officers

Provo police arrested a 25-year-old West Jordan man after he reportedly punched and bit police officers.

West Jordan man arrested after reportedly punching, biting Provo police officers

School districts rely on legislature, property taxes to pay teacher salaries

Utah school districts want to stay competitive when it comes to paying their teachers; if they don’t, they risk losing their most qualified employees to competing districts.

School districts rely on legislature, property taxes to pay teacher salaries

School districts rely on legislature, property taxes to pay teacher salaries

Utah school districts want to stay competitive when it comes to paying their teachers; if they don’t, they risk losing their most qualified employees to competing districts.

School districts rely on legislature, property taxes to pay teacher salaries

Payson man arrested after reportedly assaulting woman and stealing wallet

Payson police arrested a 41-year-old Payson man after he reportedly assaulted a woman, stole her wallet, was chased down by strangers and was arrested after a SWAT team responded to his home Monday.

Payson man arrested after reportedly assaulting woman and stealing wallet