Daily Archives: June 9, 2019

Utah’s snowpack has grown, many reservoirs across the state are full

Utah might be approaching summer, but the snowpack has actually grown on average statewide.

Utah’s snowpack has grown, many reservoirs across the state are full

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Creed Lawrence

Creed Lawrence is in his senior year at the Alpine Transition and Education Center (ATEC) in Alpine School District and is this week’s student of the week.

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Creed Lawrence

Springville Art City Days derives new growth in crowds, activities

Art City Days kicked off with an unprecedented crowd at the June 1 rodeo. “I don’t know if we could’ve fit another person in there,” said Corey Merideth, Recreation Director and festival troubleshooter.

Springville Art City Days derives new growth in crowds, activities

Springville Art City Days derives new growth in crowds, activities

Art City Days kicked off with an unprecedented crowd at the June 1 rodeo. “I don’t know if we could’ve fit another person in there,” said Corey Merideth, Recreation Director and festival troubleshooter.

Springville Art City Days derives new growth in crowds, activities

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Lizzy Coleman

Lizzy Coleman displays a strong desire to continually improve herself, has endless stamina, a gift of natural know-how and tender compassion for those who have challenges.

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Lizzy Coleman

Utah County Sheriff’s Teachers Academy instructs how to stop a school shooter

This is the first in four-part series of articles detailing the experiences of Laura Giles and other participants in Utah County Sheriff’s Office’s Teachers Academy.

Utah County Sheriff’s Teachers Academy instructs how to stop a school shooter

A Payson WWII vet asked for 101 birthday cards. He got more than 5,000.

John Frey’s family was hoping to get 101 birthday cards by June 7 to celebrate the World War II veteran’s 101st birthday.

A Payson WWII vet asked for 101 birthday cards. He got more than 5,000.