Daily Archives: March 16, 2019

Troopers arrest man after hit-and-run, high-speed pursuit near Eureka

Utah Highway Patrol troopers arrested a man suspected in a hit-and-run near Eureka on Saturday morning.

Troopers arrest man after hit-and-run, high-speed pursuit near Eureka

Local outdoor enthusiasts look toward a positive future for trail system in Payson

In January of this year, local outdoor enthusiasts from Payson met with Mayor William Wright and City Councilman, Doug Welton, to discuss the future of a mountain bike trail system at the base of Payson Canyon known as Four Bay.

Local outdoor enthusiasts look toward a positive future for trail system in Payson

Taco Bell staff makes tough birthday special for Lehi family

For many people, March 14 or Pi Day is a day to eat pie in honor of the mathematical symbol, but for the Steele family in Lehi, it is Taco Bell Day — a day that was made even more…

Taco Bell staff makes tough birthday special for Lehi family

Worship services March 17

Episcopal Church

Worship services March 17

Utah County Republican Party hosts annual dinner, speaker denounces leftist movement

More than 400 community members enjoyed dinner and music Friday evening at the sold-out Lincoln Day Dinner hosted by the Utah County Republican Party.

Utah County Republican Party hosts annual dinner, speaker denounces leftist movement

Volunteers needed to rebuild park in Pleasant Grove

Pleasant Grove’s Discovery Park is going to be rebuilt and community members will be volunteering to do the labor.

Volunteers needed to rebuild park in Pleasant Grove

Utah County students walk out of class and rally to protest climate change

Cruise Ingles wanted to get the word out to Timpview High School about the Utah Youth Climate Strike. So the 15-year-old went into the cafeteria, stood on a chair and made his announcement.

Utah County students walk out of class and rally to protest climate change