Daily Archives: March 3, 2019

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Gissel Rivas

Gissel Rivas, a student at Provo High School, was nominated as this week’s “Student of the Week.”

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Gissel Rivas

3 big US churches in turmoil over sex abuse, LGBT policy

It has been a wrenching season for three of America’s largest religious denominations, as sex-abuse scandals and a schism over LGBT inclusion fuel anguish and anger within the Roman Catholic, Southern Baptist and United Methodist churches. There’s rising concern that…

3 big US churches in turmoil over sex abuse, LGBT policy

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Lillian Shaw

This week’s “Educator of the Week” is Dr. Lillian Shaw, a teacher at Provo High School.

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Lillian Shaw

Pastor advises congregation to pray for cities, Utah leaders during special Prayer Summit

The Community Presbyterian Church in American Fork swelled with music and prayer on Saturday as more than a dozen members came together for a special prayer devotional.

Pastor advises congregation to pray for cities, Utah leaders during special Prayer Summit

All-girl Scout troop attends first winter campout at Camp Maple Dell

Whenever her brothers would go on an overnight Scouting campout, 12-year-old Morgan Dalley would complain to her mother and ask why she couldn’t go with them.

All-girl Scout troop attends first winter campout at Camp Maple Dell

Ready for an earthquake? Help is here

A series of earthquakes recently rattled Utah County, but residents need not wonder how to be prepared or what to do if something more serious happens. Be Ready Utah has the answers.

Ready for an earthquake? Help is here

Planes hit birds 280 times in 2018 at Salt Lake airport

SALT LAKE CITY — Planes at Salt Lake City International Airport collided with 280 birds last year, including one incident where a flock of birds hit a plane carrying 223 passengers and narrowly missed hitting the engine.

Planes hit birds 280 times in 2018 at Salt Lake airport