Daily Archives: April 25, 2019

Report: Utah will be much more diverse in 2065

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah will be significantly more diverse in 2065, according to projections in a new state report released Wednesday.

Report: Utah will be much more diverse in 2065

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Provo Police seek stolen youth football trailer

Provo police officers are seeking the person or people responsible for stealing a 20-foot cargo trailer belonging to the Provo Youth Football Teams, according to a Facebook post from Provo Youth Football.

Provo Police seek stolen youth football trailer

Macy’s at University Place in Orem to close this year

Woodbury Corporation confirmed Thursday that Macy’s at Orem’s University Place will close sometime this year.

Macy’s at University Place in Orem to close this year

BYU commencement speakers urge grads to love and care for others

Brigham Young University’s most visible landmark came about due to hard work, a class rivalry — and failure.

BYU commencement speakers urge grads to love and care for others

Girl in critical condition after bicycle crash in American Fork

A girl was transported to the hospital in critical condition after a bicycle crash in American Fork on Wednesday evening.

Girl in critical condition after bicycle crash in American Fork

One person trapped and killed after trench collapse in Alpine

A body was recovered on Wednesday after a trench collapsed in Alpine.

One person trapped and killed after trench collapse in Alpine

Utah County Marvel fans weigh in on ‘Avengers: Endgame’

The release of “Avengers: Endgame” on Friday marks the end of an era for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, bringing with it a little sadness for Marvel fan Jake Ellinger of Springville.

Utah County Marvel fans weigh in on ‘Avengers: Endgame’

Lehi man spreading message of drug addiction and recovery to Utah County secondary schools

For the past several months, James Dallin of Lehi has traveled Utah County visiting many junior high and high schools, spreading a message of the effects of alcohol and drug addiction.

Lehi man spreading message of drug addiction and recovery to Utah County secondary schools

New Utah County Commissioner Tanner Ainge targets budget, ethics in first 100 days

When Tanner Ainge took the oath of office for the Utah County Commission in January, he had several goals in mind for what he hoped to accomplish during his first year serving on the county’s legislative body.

New Utah County Commissioner Tanner Ainge targets budget, ethics in first 100 days