Daily Archives: October 26, 2018

Child-parent relationships are benefitting from Utah County classes

Parents and children are strengthening their relationships through classes taught at Wasatch Mental Health.

Child-parent relationships are benefitting from Utah County classes

UVU and former Title IX director reach settlement on lawsuit

Utah Valley University and its former Title IX director have reached a settlement with each other for claims they’ve made against one another in a pending lawsuit, according to a joint press release posted Friday by UVU.

UVU and former Title IX director reach settlement on lawsuit

Church donates millions to Red Cross to replace emergency response vehicles

Ten new American Red Cross Emergency Response Vehicles will be dispatched soon to disasters around the nation, thanks to a donation from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Church donates millions to Red Cross to replace emergency response vehicles

Bring expired, unused medication to National Drug Take Back Day

Thousands of opioid prescriptions are filled every day in Utah, according to the Use Only as Directed education campaign.

Bring expired, unused medication to National Drug Take Back Day

Bring expired, unused medication to National Drug Take Back Day

Thousands of opioid prescriptions are filled every day in Utah, according to the Use Only as Directed education campaign.

Bring expired, unused medication to National Drug Take Back Day

Utah Valley University trustees OK $25 million student center remodel and expansion

Utah Valley University’s student center is getting a facelift.

Utah Valley University trustees OK $25 million student center remodel and expansion

Orem man arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing teenage girl

An Orem man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of sexually abusing a teenage girl.

Orem man arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing teenage girl

Sex offender lurked for days before killing Utah student

SALT LAKE CITY — A sex offender parolee who killed a University of Utah student and track athlete had been lurking on campus for days trying to confront the woman who had broken up with him weeks earlier when she…

Sex offender lurked for days before killing Utah student

Lehi issues city letter regarding Point of the Mountain dust issues

After months of research in response to requests from residents in the Traverse Mountain area, the Lehi mayor and City Council released a letter Thursday addressing the dust from mass grading at the Point of the Mountain.

Lehi issues city letter regarding Point of the Mountain dust issues