Daily Archives: June 3, 2019

Residential fire in Provo has closed 900 South near 500 West

Provo Fire & Rescue has closed off 900 South in the area of 500 West while they work to shut down a working room and contents fire.

Residential fire in Provo has closed 900 South near 500 West

Attorneys for woman suing LDS church drop out of case

Attorneys representing a woman who claims she was raped in 1983 at the Provo Missionary Training Center by her mission president have withdrawn as her representatives.

Attorneys for woman suing LDS church drop out of case

Provo woman could face charges after reportedly stealing puppy from Puppy Barn

A 22-year-old woman who reportedly stole a Goldendoodle puppy from the Puppy Barn could face charges, according to a press release from the Utah County Sheriff’s Office.

Provo woman could face charges after reportedly stealing puppy from Puppy Barn

Power out for more than 2,000 customers in Saratoga Springs

A power outage is affecting more than 2,000 customers in Saratoga Springs.

Power out for more than 2,000 customers in Saratoga Springs

Lone Peak seniors honor parents with surprise tribute at graduation

Over the last few weeks, thousands of seniors across Utah Valley have been preparing for graduation – the end of high school and the start of pretty much everything else.

Lone Peak seniors honor parents with surprise tribute at graduation

Springville keeping with tradition and ‘soaring to new heights’ in annual Art City Days

The first week of June, the city of Springville will hold its annual Art City Days, filled with festivities that include a carnival, parade, 5K run, balloon festival, fireworks and of course an art show to commemorate the city’s roots.

Springville keeping with tradition and ‘soaring to new heights’ in annual Art City Days

Mapleton woman marks 15 years rehabilitating wildlife in her backyard

From the front yard, Patti Richards’ home doesn’t stand out among her Mapleton neighbors as anything special. Step into the backyard, though, and it becomes obvious her home is anything but normal.

Mapleton woman marks 15 years rehabilitating wildlife in her backyard

Utah knew of standardized testing issues, but still signed contract

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah schools are encountering a number of problems with the rollout of a new standardized testing system with a history of glitches and security issues.

Utah knew of standardized testing issues, but still signed contract