Monthly Archives: November 2018

Couple combines art and food to raise funds for Venezuelan families

A Spanish Fork couple is continuing their efforts to help starving Venezuelan families.

Couple combines art and food to raise funds for Venezuelan families

Not president, not yet a senator: Mitt Romney is starting over

WASHINGTON — Mitt Romney is a man in-between.

Not president, not yet a senator: Mitt Romney is starting over

Not president, not yet a senator: Mitt Romney is starting over

WASHINGTON — Mitt Romney is a man in-between.

Not president, not yet a senator: Mitt Romney is starting over

Eagle Mountain holiday display map goes live

Across the country, people are hanging stockings and decking their halls. As a gift to its citizens, Eagle Mountain city officials have created an interactive holiday displays map where citizens can add their homes and find other decorative destinations.

Eagle Mountain holiday display map goes live

Single mom of four looking for Christmas help

Margo is a single mom with four children. On the best of days, her life is a bit crazy. However, when she recently lost her job, life took on a new level of tough.

Single mom of four looking for Christmas help

Pleasant Grove teacher uses artisan skills to honor cross country team

The sport of cross country running isn’t always about winning. For many high school students, it’s about the running high, the friendships and the personal improvement.

Pleasant Grove teacher uses artisan skills to honor cross country team

Little Provo convenience shop hopes for big success

Brendan Verhamme loves the second glances he gets as people walk by the newest store in downtown Provo.

Little Provo convenience shop hopes for big success

Orem man arrested on reports of child sex abuse

An Orem man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of multiple counts of sexual abuse on two female children.

Orem man arrested on reports of child sex abuse

UVU trustees approve master degrees in financial planning, family therapy, physician assistance

Utah Valley University plans to add a handful of new programs following approval from the UVU Board of Trustees Thursday afternoon.

UVU trustees approve master degrees in financial planning, family therapy, physician assistance

UVU trustees approve master degrees in financial planning, family therapy, physician assistance

Utah Valley University plans to add a handful of new programs following approval from the UVU Board of Trustees Thursday afternoon.

UVU trustees approve master degrees in financial planning, family therapy, physician assistance