Daily Archives: June 1, 2019

Major housing affordability issues, answers explored at housing summit in Orem

The definition of affordable housing varies depending on who or what organization is defining it, and that is a sticking point for the current difficulties of fixing local housing problems.

Major housing affordability issues, answers explored at housing summit in Orem

Alpine family saves historic printing museum

The Crandall Historic Printing Museum, a mainstay of Provo for 21 years, is officially moving to Alpine under new ownership after a years-long struggle to stay afloat.

Alpine family saves historic printing museum

Utah gears up for more mosquitoes than usual this summer

SALT LAKE CITY — By the time lunchtime rolled around, Quinten Salt only had one vial of mosquito larvae in his pocket.

Utah gears up for more mosquitoes than usual this summer

Ag vs development: Spanish Fork mulls transfer of development rights to preserve Riverbottoms

As Spanish Fork has spent the past year and a half studying options for approximately 1,000 acres known as the Riverbottoms, it’s come up with a few scenarios for what the future of the Riverbottoms will look like.

Ag vs development: Spanish Fork mulls transfer of development rights to preserve Riverbottoms

Worship services June 2

Episcopal Church

Worship services June 2