Daily Archives: June 24, 2019

Trial canceled after Spanish Fork man pleads guilty to murdering wife

Nearly two years after investigators determined a 35-year-old woman was strangled to death at her Spanish Fork home, her husband pleaded guilty on Monday to committing the murder while three young children were inside the residence.

Trial canceled after Spanish Fork man pleads guilty to murdering wife

Warning advisory issued for Utah Lake in Provo Bay area

Utah Lake’s algal bloom has reemerged despite testing showing no trace of the bloom the week before.

Warning advisory issued for Utah Lake in Provo Bay area

Springville in the running for Reader’s Digest’s Nicest Place in America

Each year, Reader’s Digest searches high and low for the nicest place in America — and Springville is in the running this year thanks to its annual World Folkfest celebration.

Springville in the running for Reader’s Digest’s Nicest Place in America

Police: Cedar Hills meetinghouse of The Church of Jesus-Christ of Latter-day Saints vandalized

CEDAR HILLS — Police had launched an investigation after a Cedar Hills meetinghouse of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was vandalized.

Police: Cedar Hills meetinghouse of The Church of Jesus-Christ of Latter-day Saints vandalized

Amanda Knight Hall sold, will be restored

A year after it was first announced to be demolished, Amanda Knight Hall has been sold to and will be restored by Mountain Classic Real Estate Inc., the group announced Monday.

Amanda Knight Hall sold, will be restored

Parents of Provo man shot during domestic incident thank police department

The parents of Jeremy Sorensen, a 26-year-old man who died after being shot by a passerby trying to stop a domestic dispute, wrote a letter of appreciation to the Provo community and the Provo Police Department.

Parents of Provo man shot during domestic incident thank police department

Friendly volunteer callers make isolation less ominous for homebound seniors

Carol Ann Heuer is parentless and feels lonely often. After more than a dozen strokes and heart attacks, she is homebound and says getting just a phone call a week from someone is a real pick-me-up.

Friendly volunteer callers make isolation less ominous for homebound seniors