Daily Archives: March 11, 2019

Gun bill inspired by slain Utah student rejected again

SALT LAKE CITY — A legislative proposal inspired by the shooting death of a University of Utah student that would have held gun owners civilly liable if they lend out a firearm used in a crime has hit another roadblock.

Gun bill inspired by slain Utah student rejected again

Seven Peaks Water Park bounces back with announcement of special animal shows

After a long drought without Seven Peaks Water Resort for residents to play at during the summer months, the water park’s new management is planning to up its entertainment presence at the park this summer.

Seven Peaks Water Park bounces back with announcement of special animal shows

Utah Senate approves bill to teach socialism, communism

SALT LAKE CITY — A bill that calls for Utah’s required, semesterlong high school financial and economic literacy course to include units on socialism and communism has won final passage in the state Senate.

Utah Senate approves bill to teach socialism, communism

Community briefs: Community Action hosts poverty summit; Timpanogos Highway to be closed nightly at I-15

Nightly closures of Timpanogos Highway planned

Community briefs: Community Action hosts poverty summit; Timpanogos Highway to be closed nightly at I-15

Lehi woman uses hands and heart to help female cancer patients

Many people go about doing good deeds in their families, neighborhoods, organizations and church congregations. “Utah Valley’s Everyday Heroes” celebrates these unsung community members and brings to light their quiet contributions.

Lehi woman uses hands and heart to help female cancer patients

Conservative radio host Dennis Prager will headline Utah County Republicans’ Lincoln Day Dinner

Conservative radio host and author Dennis Prager will be headlining the Utah County Republican Party’s Lincoln Day Dinner this week.

Conservative radio host Dennis Prager will headline Utah County Republicans’ Lincoln Day Dinner