Daily Archives: August 21, 2019

Director for Provo’s new, hotly-anticipated development services department named

When Mayor Michelle Kaufusi announced she would be forming a new department to provide one-stop shopping for developers, a new department head came with it.

Director for Provo’s new, hotly-anticipated development services department named

Provo man who died in Woodland Hills crash identified

Authorities have released the identity of a 26-year-old Provo man who died in a Tuesday evening crash.

Provo man who died in Woodland Hills crash identified

Charges: American Fork man reportedly sexually assaulted young girl for months

An American Fork man is facing several first-degree felony charges for reportedly sexually assaulting a young girl for more than a year.

Charges: American Fork man reportedly sexually assaulted young girl for months

BYU rolls out additional updates to Honor Code Office to increase communication, decrease anxiety

Students accused of violating Brigham Young University’s honor code will now know what they’re accused of before they meet with staff from the Honor Code Office, the university announced Wednesday.

BYU rolls out additional updates to Honor Code Office to increase communication, decrease anxiety

BYU rolls out additional updates to Honor Code Office to increase communication, decrease anxiety

Students accused of violating Brigham Young University’s honor code will now know what they’re accused of before they meet with staff from the Honor Code Office, the university announced Wednesday.

BYU rolls out additional updates to Honor Code Office to increase communication, decrease anxiety

Alpine holds public hearing to receive input on tax to fund public safety services

Alpine held a public hearing Tuesday night to receive public input on the city’s decision to raise property taxes in order to fund public safety services.

Alpine holds public hearing to receive input on tax to fund public safety services

Helicopter retrieves ailing hikers on Utah’s Mt. Timpanogos

PROVO, Utah (AP) — Authorities used a state Department of Public Safety helicopter to make an overnight rescue of an ailing 21-year-old hiker stranded high on Mt. Timpanogos in north-central Utah.

Helicopter retrieves ailing hikers on Utah’s Mt. Timpanogos

Alpine School District kicks off school year with four new schools

Centennial Elementary School’s motto for its first year is “This is Us,” even if the “us” is still a bit of a mystery.

Alpine School District kicks off school year with four new schools

Orem residents say no to tax increase, yes to funding first responders

Orem residents voicing concern about a proposed city property tax increase told the City Council at the Truth in Taxation hearing Tuesday that they would not like to see a tax increase, but want police and firefighters to get more…

Orem residents say no to tax increase, yes to funding first responders

Orem residents say no to tax increase, yes to funding first responders

Orem residents voicing concern about a proposed city property tax increase told the City Council at the Truth in Taxation hearing Tuesday that they would not like to see a tax increase, but want police and firefighters to get more…

Orem residents say no to tax increase, yes to funding first responders