Daily Archives: April 3, 2019

Utah ranked 2nd most financially literate state

With tax season right around the corner and April being National Financial Literacy Month, it’s no surprise that everyone is talking about their finances.

Utah ranked 2nd most financially literate state

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Springville man arrested with more than $16,000 worth of meth

A Springville man was booked Tuesday night into Utah County Jail after police reportedly found more than $16,000 worth of methamphetamine in his home among other drugs.

Springville man arrested with more than $16,000 worth of meth

Former Orem mayor named Freedom Festival executive director

America’s Freedom Festival at Provo has announced Jim Evans as the organizations new executive director.

Former Orem mayor named Freedom Festival executive director

Biologists survey Columbia spotted frogs in Diamond Fork Canyon

As Keith Lawrence slowly made his way around a shallow pond in Diamond Fork Canyon, he joked that the activity was like an Easter egg hunt.

Biologists survey Columbia spotted frogs in Diamond Fork Canyon

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints officially recognized in Kuwait

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Wednesday that the organization has received official recognition in the State of Kuwait.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints officially recognized in Kuwait

Utah County Commissioner floats ordinance creating fund to help people buy farmland

Utah County is losing farmland to development fast, and one Utah County Commissioner floated an ordinance Tuesday aimed at helping more people overcome the initial costs of farming.

Utah County Commissioner floats ordinance creating fund to help people buy farmland

Emergency agencies now encourage 96-hour emergency supply kits instead of 72-hour kits

Last September, residents of Elk Ridge, Woodland Hills and the Covered Bridge area of Spanish Fork were evacuated for up to 10 days because of the Pole Creek and Bald Mountain fires, which exceeded 100,000 acres in size.

Emergency agencies now encourage 96-hour emergency supply kits instead of 72-hour kits

Owners of Orem car dealership given 80 charges after not delivering titles

Two former car dealers have been charged with 80 misdemeanors after reportedly not getting titles to cars to new owners within the proper time.

Owners of Orem car dealership given 80 charges after not delivering titles