Daily Archives: April 24, 2019

Valley Vista Trail users asked to stay off when muddy

Cycling, riding or running through mud can be fun, but it can also cause damage to the trails that comprise Valley Vista Trails in northern Utah County.

Valley Vista Trail users asked to stay off when muddy

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American Lung Association gives Utah County an ‘F’ for ozone, particle pollution

Utah County gets an “F” for air quality, according to the American lung Association’s state of the air report released on Wednesday.

American Lung Association gives Utah County an ‘F’ for ozone, particle pollution

American Lung Association gives Utah County an ‘F’ for ozone, particle pollution

Utah County gets an “F” for air quality, according to the American lung Association’s state of the air report released on Wednesday.

American Lung Association gives Utah County an ‘F’ for ozone, particle pollution

Controlled burn in Provo grows to about 20 acres

A controlled burn near the Provo Airport burned a little larger than anticipated Wednesday.

Controlled burn in Provo grows to about 20 acres

The Mix development can move forward after Provo Council’s zone change

After a unanimous vote of the Provo Municipal Council late Tuesday night, it appears the developers of The Mix at River’s Edge and the mayor’s office have a development agreement, which when signed, will move the project forward.

The Mix development can move forward after Provo Council’s zone change

Orem seeking ordinance change to allow xeriscaping in front yards

An Orem ordinance that mandates that 70% of front yards is grass is receiving a proposed amendment change to 50%.

Orem seeking ordinance change to allow xeriscaping in front yards

UVU grad helps combat mental health ‘epidemic’

There is an epidemic going on with mental health and substance abuse, according to Alissa Harrod, a graduate of Utah Valley University, who is currently working in the field.

UVU grad helps combat mental health ‘epidemic’

Provo school board votes to put full Timpview High rebuild, Dixon Middle relocation on proposed bond

Timpview High School will be fully rebuilt and Dixon Middle School will move to the Provo City School District’s west side if voters approve a proposed $245 million bond in November.

Provo school board votes to put full Timpview High rebuild, Dixon Middle relocation on proposed bond