Daily Archives: April 9, 2019

Orem city council says no a second time to Ranked Choice Voting

In one last attempt to sway Orem council members to take another look at ranked choice voting, councilman Sam Lentz brought out some new information about using the voting process in the primaries.

Orem city council says no a second time to Ranked Choice Voting

2,000 in Lehi without power as storm moves through Utah County

About 2,000 people are without power in Lehi Tuesday evening as a storm system moves through Utah County.

2,000 in Lehi without power as storm moves through Utah County

Act of kindness lands Pleasant Grove man in jail for wrongful appropriation

A good Samaritan was caught on the wrong side of the law after he used a stolen truck to help free a vehicle stuck in the snow near Tibble Fork Reservoir two months ago.

Act of kindness lands Pleasant Grove man in jail for wrongful appropriation

Orem man charged with reportedly sexually abusing 8-year-old girl

An Orem man is facing a felony charge after he reportedly sexually abused an 8-year-old girl inside his home.

Orem man charged with reportedly sexually abusing 8-year-old girl

LDS Church sees drop in full-time missionaries, increase in service missionaries

When former president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Thomas S. Monson announced on Oct. 6, 2012, that the church was lowering the age for full-time missionaries, the church was thrust into a frenzy of mission applications…

LDS Church sees drop in full-time missionaries, increase in service missionaries

LDS Church sees drop in full-time missionaries, increase in service missionaries

When former president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Thomas S. Monson announced on Oct. 6, 2012, that the church was lowering the age for full-time missionaries, the church was thrust into a frenzy of mission applications…

LDS Church sees drop in full-time missionaries, increase in service missionaries

Come for the tulips, stay for everything else at this year’s Tulip Festival

On Friday, the Tulip Festival at Thanksgiving Point will open for its 15th consecutive year. To celebrate, this year is planned to be “bigger and better than ever.”

Come for the tulips, stay for everything else at this year’s Tulip Festival