Daily Archives: September 26, 2018

Utah County female mayors discuss local issues with U.S. representatives

Two Utah County female mayors recent met with federal leaders to discuss issues of concern in cities across the nation.

Utah County female mayors discuss local issues with U.S. representatives

Provo police investigating auto-pedestrian crash that left one dead

One person is dead following an auto-pedestrian collision in Provo Wednesday afternoon.

Provo police investigating auto-pedestrian crash that left one dead

LDS Church introduces new website on pornography addiction

One quarter of all online searches each day are for pornography, according to Wendy Maltz author of “Pornography On the Rise: A Growing Mental Health Problem.” Pornography has grown to a $13 billion business in the U.S. and $100 billion…

LDS Church introduces new website on pornography addiction

Fire operations reassigned as Pole Creek, Bald Mountain fire containment grows

Starting on Friday, the Bald Mountain and Pole Creek fires are going to be managed by only one Type 1 Incident Management Team, fire officials reported Wednesday.

Fire operations reassigned as Pole Creek, Bald Mountain fire containment grows

Degree for Life: Woman returns to college in Utah with husband and son

Education is a family affair in the Barr household. That’s not extremely rare, but in their case, the children have finished or are working on their higher education, and the parents are coming back to finish their degrees.

Degree for Life: Woman returns to college in Utah with husband and son

Snowbird finishes up Mary Ellen Gulch projects hoped to improve water quality

Volunteers shoveled small trenches Tuesday morning at the base of massive piles of waste left over from historic mines in Mary Ellen Gulch, placing straw wattle at the base to keep runoff from reaching a nearby creek.

Snowbird finishes up Mary Ellen Gulch projects hoped to improve water quality

Alpine School District board discusses student fees after state audit

The $100,000 per year the Alpine School District budgets for fee waivers is potentially 1/20th of the need, Rob Smith, the district’s assistant superintendent, told the district’s board of education Tuesday afternoon.

Alpine School District board discusses student fees after state audit

Search warrant for Facebook information related to slain teens unsealed

The Utah County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant for Facebook information that may be relevant in the death of two teens.

Search warrant for Facebook information related to slain teens unsealed

Provo residents discuss $69 million bond with city council

Provo residents were given an opportunity Tuesday to speak for or against the $69 million general obligation bond that will appear on November’s ballot.

Provo residents discuss $69 million bond with city council