Daily Archives: June 20, 2019

UVU trustees approve purchase of estate-style Orem home

Utah Valley University is expanding its footprint into Orem with the purchase of a home that borders the university’s campus.

UVU trustees approve purchase of estate-style Orem home

Alpine School District purchasing 9 acres in Saratoga Springs

The Alpine School District Board of Education voted Tuesday to approve the purchase of additional land in Saratoga Springs.

Alpine School District purchasing 9 acres in Saratoga Springs

Residents, stakeholders weigh in on Provo airport terminal and master plan during open house

Residents and stakeholders interested in the new Provo Municipal Airport terminal were asked to offer up thoughts on the terminal’s style and design during Wednesday’s public open house.

Residents, stakeholders weigh in on Provo airport terminal and master plan during open house

Provo man arrested for sexually abusing 8-year-old next door neighbor

Police officers arrested a Provo man who reportedly downloaded hundreds of images of child pornography and sexually abused his next door neighbor for more than three years.

Provo man arrested for sexually abusing 8-year-old next door neighbor

Bear sighted in Mapleton by resident walking dog, third sighting in 3 days in the area

Officials are searching for a curious black bear that ran away from a Mapleton resident walking a dog early Thursday morning.

Bear sighted in Mapleton by resident walking dog, third sighting in 3 days in the area

Timp Cave reopens for year with long-awaited new visitor center, parking lot

Timpanogos Cave National Monument is open once again sporting a long-awaited visitor center that will improve visitor safety and aesthetics.

Timp Cave reopens for year with long-awaited new visitor center, parking lot

BYU researchers studying exactly how last year’s fires affected the ecosystem

Exactly how extensive were the effects of last year’s massive wildfires in southern Utah County?

BYU researchers studying exactly how last year’s fires affected the ecosystem

Street Tacos Don Joaquin provides avenue of taste adventure in American Fork

There’s a popular saying, “When one door closes another one opens.” It probably wouldn’t be popular if it wasn’t true.

Street Tacos Don Joaquin provides avenue of taste adventure in American Fork

Panelists say individuals’ religious views should be part of public policy discussions

Three panelists and a moderator, most of whom identified as Christian but none of whom are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, tackled the issue of whether or not religious groups should take part in conversations…

Panelists say individuals’ religious views should be part of public policy discussions