Monthly Archives: January 2019

Public Waldorf charter school planning to open in north Utah County

An increasingly popular educational model is coming to Utah County.

Public Waldorf charter school planning to open in north Utah County

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Eagle Mountain man arrested after reportedly sexually assaulting teenager

Saratoga Springs police booked a 42-year-old Eagle Mountain man into the Utah County Jail on Wednesday after the man reportedly sexually abused a teenager.

Eagle Mountain man arrested after reportedly sexually assaulting teenager

Gift of Life: How Scouting changes could impact organ donation awareness

Across Utah County, there are people waiting for donations, whether it is a needed organ, bone marrow or blood that will save their lives. Others have given these life-saving donations to complete strangers. Gift of Life highlights those involved in…

Gift of Life: How Scouting changes could impact organ donation awareness

Sundance Mountain Resort offers film festival refuge

Thousands flock to Park City each January for the Sundance Film Festival, filling the streets, sidewalks, venues and shuttle buses between them with film lovers and excited chatter.

Sundance Mountain Resort offers film festival refuge

Gov. Herbert calls for bigger tax cut in State of the State

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Gov. Gary Herbert increased his tax-cut proposal to $225 million on Wednesday as he pressed his call to restructure the tax system by putting new taxes on services, a project he called the state’s No.…

Gov. Herbert calls for bigger tax cut in State of the State

Audit: Utah is lenient on discipline toward police officers in misconduct cases

SALT LAKE CITY — A new report from the State Auditor’s Office suggests that the discipline handed out to Utah police officers in misconduct cases is more lenient compared to punishments implemented in other states.

Audit: Utah is lenient on discipline toward police officers in misconduct cases

Never forgotten: Wife recounts memories of fallen officer five years later

Waking up on Wednesday morning was an act of bravery for Nannette Wride-Zeeman.

Never forgotten: Wife recounts memories of fallen officer five years later

LDS Church releases new planning tool for its prospective missionaries

Young men and young women thinking about serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have a new tool available for planning and preparing for missionary service.

LDS Church releases new planning tool for its prospective missionaries

Tyson recalls chicken nuggets over reports of rubber inside

WASHINGTON — Tyson Foods is recalling some chicken nuggets after customers said they found pieces of “soft, blue rubber” inside.

Tyson recalls chicken nuggets over reports of rubber inside

Security improvements planned for Utah County schools

Security improvements are coming to several Utah County schools.

Security improvements planned for Utah County schools