Daily Archives: August 26, 2019

Two men charged with 10 counts of forgery after arrest at Lindon Home Depot

Felony charges were filed on Monday against two men who reportedly possessed half a dozen fake ID cards, a credit card embosser and dozens of fraudulent barcodes to buy discounted items at Home Depot.

Two men charged with 10 counts of forgery after arrest at Lindon Home Depot

Latter-day Saint apostle warns BYU employees against sowing seeds of doubt in students

Brigham Young University’s employees should be a cheerful, empathetic example to students, a leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints told the university’s faculty and staff Monday.

Latter-day Saint apostle warns BYU employees against sowing seeds of doubt in students

LDS Church leaders change rules against guns in church

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Most members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints already knew they were discouraged from taking their guns to church on Sunday, but it is making sure that message is crystal clear by…

LDS Church leaders change rules against guns in church

Utah counties find West Nile virus in mosquito populations

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A number of counties in Utah are reporting mosquito populations carrying West Nile virus following a spring with weather conditions that allowed the pests to flourish.

Utah counties find West Nile virus in mosquito populations

Payson adding four new events to annual Onion Days celebration

For the past 90 years, the city of Payson has held the annual Golden Onion Days as its citywide celebration.

Payson adding four new events to annual Onion Days celebration

Provo City Library program helps the homebound, incarcerated children access books

Many people go about doing good deeds in their families, neighborhoods, organizations and church congregations. “Utah Valley’s Everyday Heroes” celebrates these unsung community members and brings to light their quiet contributions.

Provo City Library program helps the homebound, incarcerated children access books

LDS Church’s role in 2015 Lovell death penalty case again discussed in court

OGDEN — Testimony by a former attorney for a man on Utah’s death row, continued throughout the day Tuesday in an Ogden courtroom.

LDS Church’s role in 2015 Lovell death penalty case again discussed in court