Monthly Archives: June 2019

Historical Museum brings colonial, American artifacts to SCERA for July 4th

For 63 years, Brent B. Ashworth has been collecting documents, letters and artifacts of American History. His friend Ronald L. Fox has done the same.

Historical Museum brings colonial, American artifacts to SCERA for July 4th

Worship services for June 30

Episcopal Church

Worship services for June 30

Lehi company discusses bias, diversity at first Women in Tech event

Lehi-based DigiCert held its first ever “Women in Tech” event Friday to officially kick off a company-wide group committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and helping employees learn and develop in their careers.

Lehi company discusses bias, diversity at first Women in Tech event

Costco to be built in Saratoga Springs

After months of speculation, Saratoga Springs officially announced that a Costco will be built in the city.

Costco to be built in Saratoga Springs

LGBTQ groups quietly accepted to march in this year’s Freedom Festival Grand Parade in Provo

There’s a sense of relief among Utah County’s LGBTQ groups after they were quietly accepted in this year’s Grand Parade as part of America’s Freedom Festival in Provo.

LGBTQ groups quietly accepted to march in this year’s Freedom Festival Grand Parade in Provo

Eagle Mountain man arrested for reportedly disarming officer, threatening to kill woman

The Utah County Sheriff’s Office arrested a 38-year-old Eagle Mountain man Thursday after he reportedly attempted to break into a woman’s home, threatened to kill her and then attacked police who arrived on the scene.

Eagle Mountain man arrested for reportedly disarming officer, threatening to kill woman

Eagle Mountain man arrested for reportedly disarming officer, threatening to kill woman

The Utah County Sheriff’s Office arrested a 38-year-old Eagle Mountain man Thursday after he reportedly attempted to break into a woman’s home, threatened to kill her and then attacked police who arrived on the scene.

Eagle Mountain man arrested for reportedly disarming officer, threatening to kill woman

Police say missing college student was killed, man arrested

SALT LAKE CITY — A college student who went missing 11 days ago after last being seen in a Salt Lake City park at 3 in the morning was the victim of a kidnapping and homicide, authorities said Friday.

Police say missing college student was killed, man arrested

Lehi student forced to take off Navajo feathers at graduation

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Most of what Tasheena Savala wore to honor her Navajo heritage was covered by the billowy folds of her graduation gown.

Lehi student forced to take off Navajo feathers at graduation

Orem partners with United Way to be first EveryDay Strong city

Orem city employees have been receiving training on how to help youth and adults who live with anxiety and depression through United Way of Utah County’s EveryDay Strong City program.

Orem partners with United Way to be first EveryDay Strong city