Monthly Archives: December 2018

No highway arrests under new DUI law in first 24 hours

TAYLORSVILLE — Utah Highway Patrol officials say they didn’t make any arrests under the lowered DUI threshold in the first 24 hours since the law took effect this weekend.

No highway arrests under new DUI law in first 24 hours

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Latter-day Saint members look forward to Sunday’s 2-hour church change

When members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints go to church this Sunday they may find an extra flurry of activity and most likely some brief confusion.

Latter-day Saint members look forward to Sunday’s 2-hour church change

Utah IRS employees worry, wonder about next paycheck as shutdown lingers

OGDEN — As the federal government shutdown lingers, thousands of Internal Revenue Service employees in the Ogden area, furloughed, suddenly find themselves with unexpected time on their hands.

Utah IRS employees worry, wonder about next paycheck as shutdown lingers

Sundance Nordic Center’s Night Owling series returns

There’s more than skiing at Sundance Mountain Resort during the winter.

Sundance Nordic Center’s Night Owling series returns

No holidays off for Utah County animal boarders

While Utah County residents recently headed out of town to visit family and friends, a loving and quiet force worked through the holidays to house and care for their pets.

No holidays off for Utah County animal boarders

Top five LDS stories in a year full of changes

It would be an understatement to say The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints had more than just five or 10 momentous pieces of news this year.

Top five LDS stories in a year full of changes

Their Voice: Mapleton’s VIP special needs league a great community resourc

My grandson just informed me that it is time for city league basketball to begin. I am not sure who enjoys the city sports more; he as the participant or me as the spectator. Whichever it is, there is nothing…

Their Voice: Mapleton’s VIP special needs league a great community resourc

Homicide, sexual assault, finding Elizabeth Salgado: Top 5 Utah County crime stories in 2018

Every year, communities are shaped by hundreds of stories. Here are a few of the most prominent crime stories to come out of Utah County in 2018:

Homicide, sexual assault, finding Elizabeth Salgado: Top 5 Utah County crime stories in 2018

Homicide, sexual assault, finding Elizabeth Salgado: Top 5 Utah County crime stories in 2018

Every year, communities are shaped by hundreds of stories. Here are a few of the most prominent crime stories to come out of Utah County in 2018:

Homicide, sexual assault, finding Elizabeth Salgado: Top 5 Utah County crime stories in 2018

Provo: Mayor’s visit to Utah Water Quality Board yields approval of $80 million loan

On the third of this month, December 2018, I witnessed something that few saw and probably not many have heard about. On that day, Mayor Kaufusi traveled to the Utah Water Quality Board in Salt Lake City. Her talented public…

Provo: Mayor’s visit to Utah Water Quality Board yields approval of $80 million loan