Daily Archives: August 10, 2019

Spanish Fork Kid’s Market encourages young entrepreneurs; some disgruntled by enforced sales tax

More than a thousand patrons strolled by the booths and sampled goods at the third annual Kid’s Market on Saturday in Spanish Fork.

Spanish Fork Kid’s Market encourages young entrepreneurs; some disgruntled by enforced sales tax

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Historic tour celebrates tunnel that made south-Utah County irrigation possible

In the late 1800s and early 1900s, farmers in southern Utah County relied completely on the Spanish Fork River to water their crops — but the natural flow often dried up by the end of the season.

Historic tour celebrates tunnel that made south-Utah County irrigation possible

BYU research shows link between phosphorous levels, algal blooms on Utah Lake

Though phosphorous has long been referenced as one factor that causes the harmful algal blooms on Utah Lake, researchers at Brigham Young University have found a link between the levels of the nutrient in the lake and the algal blooms…

BYU research shows link between phosphorous levels, algal blooms on Utah Lake

Aug. 11 worship services

Episcopal Church

Aug. 11 worship services

Prison ordered for ex-Utah guardsman who beat stepdad to death

After an emotional and discordant court hearing, a 4th District Court judge sentenced an American Fork man to prison for beating his stepfather to death almost two years ago.

Prison ordered for ex-Utah guardsman who beat stepdad to death