Daily Archives: June 6, 2019

Kaysville man allegedly called in death threats to Congress members; being held without bail in Weber jail

SALT LAKE CITY — A Kaysville man is being held at the Weber County Jail after he was arrested this week for allegedly phoning in threats to kill several members of Congress.

Kaysville man allegedly called in death threats to Congress members; being held without bail in Weber jail

Fork Fest revival unites Utah music scene with 3 stages, 28 bands

Velour Live Music Gallery owner Corey Fox and musician Joshua James joined forces in 2010 to bring the local music community together for one day in American Fork at a legendary event called Fork Fest.

Fork Fest revival unites Utah music scene with 3 stages, 28 bands

Report: Bald Mountain, Pole Creek fires response had processes that could be improved

A study into the response of the massive Bald Mountain and Pole Creek fires that burned more than 100,000 acres in Utah County last year found some areas in response that could have been improved.

Report: Bald Mountain, Pole Creek fires response had processes that could be improved

Report: Bald Mountain, Pole Creek fires response had processes that could be improved

A study into the response of the massive Bald Mountain and Pole Creek fires that burned more than 100,000 acres in Utah County last year found some areas in response that could have been improved.

Report: Bald Mountain, Pole Creek fires response had processes that could be improved

Utah farmers push back on proposed cannabis regulations

SALT LAKE CITY — Diane and Russ Jones’s marriage has always thrived on alfalfa. The pair has grown the sweet, leafy crop near their home in central Utah together for more than 30 years — but they were ready for…

Utah farmers push back on proposed cannabis regulations

Provo Rooftop Concert Series aims to ‘go out with a bang’

Preparing to kick off the 2019 Provo Rooftop Concert Series this weekend for the most part doesn’t feel any different than past years, according to CEO and co-founder Sarah Wiley.

Provo Rooftop Concert Series aims to ‘go out with a bang’

Orem receives $300,000 from EPA to clean up near Geneva Road

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency visited Orem on Wednesday to present the city with a $300,000 grant and to tour the industrial brownfield areas along Geneva Road.

Orem receives $300,000 from EPA to clean up near Geneva Road