Monthly Archives: November 2019

Eagle Mountain mayor: Making decisions in a time of growth

Adapted in part from “Making Righteous Choices at the Crossroads of Life” by Robert D. Hales, 1988.

Eagle Mountain mayor: Making decisions in a time of growth

Worship services Dec. 1

Episcopal Church

Worship services Dec. 1

I-15 shut down at Lehi for explosion risk after crash

Interstate 15 in Lehi is expected to be closed for an extended period of time after a crash created an explosion risk.

I-15 shut down at Lehi for explosion risk after crash

Officials release name of 6-year-old killed in snow removal accident

Officials released the name of the six-year-old boy who died Friday in an accident while removing snow with his father.

Officials release name of 6-year-old killed in snow removal accident

Hands on, lights on at Thanksgiving Point’s Luminaria

Luminaria has lit up Thanksgiving Point for yet another holiday season, but this year the attraction is more interactive than ever.

Hands on, lights on at Thanksgiving Point’s Luminaria

Rep. Ben McAdams introduces resolution to protect children from inappropriate content on digital apps

U.S. Rep. Ben McAdams, D-Utah, introduced a House resolution this month calling for tech companies to do more to protect minors from exploitable and inappropriate content made available by digital applications.

Rep. Ben McAdams introduces resolution to protect children from inappropriate content on digital apps

Families brave the cold for annual Winter Lights Parade in Spanish Fork

Underneath falling snowflakes and sparkling strings of lights, dozens of families huddled in vehicles and along sidewalks to watch the yearly Winter Lights Parade in Spanish Fork.

Families brave the cold for annual Winter Lights Parade in Spanish Fork

Orem man charged with arson after reportedly using gasoline to light home on fire

Officers arrested an Orem man earlier this week after he reportedly slashed tires on two vehicles, broke into the home of a former romantic partner and started multiple fires in the residence.

Orem man charged with arson after reportedly using gasoline to light home on fire

Utah County group to feed homeless at Pioneer Park

Addicts Fighting Back, a local organization founded by Jason DeGraw, is giving back to the community in a special project to feed the homeless.

Utah County group to feed homeless at Pioneer Park

Provo Canyon closed in both directions for poor road conditions, crash

U.S. Highway 189 in Provo Canyon is closed in both directions after a crash.

Provo Canyon closed in both directions for poor road conditions, crash