Monthly Archives: September 2019

LDS Church and UN continue partnership for global food relief initiatives

David Beesley, executive director of the United Nations World Food Programme would like to be put out of business by 2030.

LDS Church and UN continue partnership for global food relief initiatives

Trial rescheduled for man charged with starting Brian Head Fire

Although defense attorneys wanted to dismiss charges against a Taylorsville man accused of starting the Brian Head Fire two years ago, a 4th District Court judge ruled on Monday that the case will proceed.

Trial rescheduled for man charged with starting Brian Head Fire

Almost one year later, Utah governor lifts emergency drought order

Persistent rain and snowfall gradually put an end to statewide severe drought conditions this year and on Monday, Gov. Gary Herbert rescinded an emergency order that lasted nearly an entire year.

Almost one year later, Utah governor lifts emergency drought order

140-year-old family farm in Benjamin staying close to original roots

It’s a cool, fall afternoon, and 87-year-old Payson resident, Ron Jensen, sits at his kitchen table inside a nearly 50-year-old home he designed and built himself.

140-year-old family farm in Benjamin staying close to original roots

Community briefs

Arthritis foundation swings for a cure

Community briefs

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Kaleb Dymock

Kaleb Dymock is a seventh grade student at Mount Nebo Junior High School and is this week’s Utah Valley Student of the Week.

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Kaleb Dymock

Latinos face language barrier, cultural stigmas when seeking mental health treatment

Wasatch Mental Health’s American Fork clinic didn’t think it had any clients who spoke Spanish. Then it hired someone who knew the language, and the people started rolling in.

Latinos face language barrier, cultural stigmas when seeking mental health treatment

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Gregory Hunt

Gregory Hunt is a sixth grade teacher at Goshen Elementary School and is this week’s Utah Valley Educator of the Week.

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Gregory Hunt

LDS Church releases details on new 2020 children and youth program

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced new details about the upcoming Children and Youth Program, which will begin in January 2020.

LDS Church releases details on new 2020 children and youth program

Utah’s first transgender pride event held in Provo

History Saturday looked like a grassy Provo park, an overcast sky and two rows of flags lining the sidewalk of Lions Park.

Utah’s first transgender pride event held in Provo