Monthly Archives: August 2019

UVU using young alumni base to build relations for future giving

Utah Valley University isn’t the same school it was 15 years ago. And while that means more alumni are leaving with four-year degrees in hand, it also means the university is turning to new approaches to get alumni involved with…

UVU using young alumni base to build relations for future giving

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Worship services Sept. 1

Episcopal Church

Worship services Sept. 1

South Franklin Community Center thrives as neighborhood hub

What started in a two-bedroom apartment has now become a burgeoning community center, with numerous classes and activities as a site for neighbors to connect with each other.

South Franklin Community Center thrives as neighborhood hub

4 men arrested after reportedly attempting to solicit sex from FBI agents posing as underage girls

Lehi Police arrested four different men Thursday in Utah County after the men allegedly texted what they thought were 13-year-old girls and asked them for sex. Undercover officers working with an FBI sting operation were the ones behind the text…

4 men arrested after reportedly attempting to solicit sex from FBI agents posing as underage girls

South Utah County receives disaster funding for Pole Creek, Bald Mountain mitigation projects

It’s been almost a year since the spark of the Pole Creek and Bald Mountain fires that burned more than 120,000 acres and evacuated thousands of southern Utah County residents from their homes.

South Utah County receives disaster funding for Pole Creek, Bald Mountain mitigation projects

Golden Onion Days is bringing back the skateboarding competition

This year’s Payson Golden Onion Days celebration is bringing back an old favorite: the skateboarding competition.

Golden Onion Days is bringing back the skateboarding competition

As decertification deadline looms, BYU police will continue to operate during appeals process

Brigham Young University’s police department was scheduled to be decertified at the start of September, but that deadline will be put on hold as the department works through an appeals process.

As decertification deadline looms, BYU police will continue to operate during appeals process

As decertification deadline looms, BYU police will continue to operate during appeals process

Brigham Young University’s police department was scheduled to be decertified at the start of September, but that deadline will be put on hold as the department works through an appeals process.

As decertification deadline looms, BYU police will continue to operate during appeals process

Officials identify driver who died in Eagle Mountain crash

A woman who suffered serious injuries after her vehicle crashed into a large dump truck in Eagle Mountain has died.

Officials identify driver who died in Eagle Mountain crash

Saratoga Springs woman reportedly threatened to ‘shoot everyone’ at dental office

Officers arrested a Saratoga Springs woman who reportedly threatened to “shoot everyone” at a dental office on Thursday because she was angry about rescheduling an appointment for her children.

Saratoga Springs woman reportedly threatened to ‘shoot everyone’ at dental office