Daily Archives: June 16, 2019

Provo Canyon house burns down; investigators looking into cause

An abandoned home near South Fork Road in Provo Canyon caught fire overnight, according to a press release from the Utah County Sheriff’s Office.

Provo Canyon house burns down; investigators looking into cause

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Gus Brinkerhoff

Gus Brinkerhoff is a sixth grade student at Foothills Elementary School.

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Gus Brinkerhoff

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Kate Elliott

Kate Elliott, a sixth grade teacher at Foothills Elementary School, is this week’s Daily Herald Educator of the Week.

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Kate Elliott

A bit more of the story: Steve Kappas lived for Springville, died during city parade

With thousands of crucial yet everyday people comprising the Utah Valley community, the Daily Herald would like to further highlight and share the real stories and impact of those who have recently departed. “A Bit More of the Story” reflects…

A bit more of the story: Steve Kappas lived for Springville, died during city parade

Responders working to rescue man stuck in avalanche deposit on Mt. Timpanogos

Search and rescue teams are working to rescue a man stuck on an avalanche deposit on Mt. Timpanogos, according to Sgt. Spencer Cannon with the Utah County Sheriff’s Office.

Responders working to rescue man stuck in avalanche deposit on Mt. Timpanogos

Teachers taught by Utah County Sheriff’s Office how to de-escalate, shoot if necessary

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

Teachers taught by Utah County Sheriff’s Office how to de-escalate, shoot if necessary

Teachers taught by Utah County Sheriff’s Office how to de-escalate, shoot if necessary

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

Teachers taught by Utah County Sheriff’s Office how to de-escalate, shoot if necessary

A 10-year lawsuit about garbage has no end in sight for Orem business

Sometime between 1965 and 1980, someone buried literally tons of tires, toilets, rebar, water heaters, car parts, sewer pipes, concrete slabs, refrigerators, power transformers and asphalt beneath an abandoned lot along 800 North in Orem.

A 10-year lawsuit about garbage has no end in sight for Orem business

Religious congregations in Orem walk together for suicide awareness

In April, Cathy Ambrose and her husband received a difficult phone call: One of their friends living in Boston had died by suicide.

Religious congregations in Orem walk together for suicide awareness