Daily Archives: April 2, 2019

Orchard Hills baseball fields seeing big changes as Payson experiences growth

Just off the 800 South interchange in Payson, a wide range of stores and restaurants represent a town that is experiencing growth.

Orchard Hills baseball fields seeing big changes as Payson experiences growth

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38 people arrested under new Utah drunken driving law

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Department of Public Safety says it arrested nearly 40 people under Utah’s new drunken driving law in its first month.

38 people arrested under new Utah drunken driving law

Several translations of LDS scripture announced

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced the release of several translations of church scripture including the Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, and the Pearl of Great Price.

Several translations of LDS scripture announced

Police: A stuck truck stopped a Springville man from stealing copper wiring from railroad

A Springville man was arrested last week after investigators discovered he had reportedly tried to steal several hundred feet of copper wires from the railroad tracks in Spanish Fork Canyon.

Police: A stuck truck stopped a Springville man from stealing copper wiring from railroad

Pleasant Grove man faces possible 325 years in prison for child sex abuse

A registered sex offender was charged with 15 felonies on Monday for reportedly sexually assaulting the same girl he had previously assaulted 10 years ago.

Pleasant Grove man faces possible 325 years in prison for child sex abuse

Ceremonial flag raised at Utah Valley Hospital to raise awareness for organ donation

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…

Ceremonial flag raised at Utah Valley Hospital to raise awareness for organ donation

Millennials and why they leave The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

The landscape of religion is changing across America.

Millennials and why they leave The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Healthy snowpack levels in Utah likely means large spring runoff

Snowpack numbers in Utah are still well above average, which likely means a heavy runoff as spring temps begin melting the mountain snow.

Healthy snowpack levels in Utah likely means large spring runoff