Monthly Archives: May 2020

Utah virtual races gaining speed, bridging social distance between runners

Over Memorial Day weekend, hundreds of runners participated in the annual Run of Remembrance typically hosted in American Fork, although many of the runners never stepped foot on the course.

Utah virtual races gaining speed, bridging social distance between runners

Utah County citizens oppose police brutality in car caravan protest

Dozens of people participated in the Utah County Against Police Brutality car caravan protest in Provo on Saturday afternoon.

Utah County citizens oppose police brutality in car caravan protest

Utah County detectives arrest 6 after months-long investigation into drug distribution group

Six arrests were made Saturday in connection with a months-long investigation by detectives with the Utah County Major Crimes Task Force of a narcotic distribution group active in Utah and Salt Lake counties.

Utah County detectives arrest 6 after months-long investigation into drug distribution group

Provo man arrested for allegedly raping 15-year-old twice

The Utah County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Provo male in Benjamin on Friday for allegedly raping a 15-year-old girl twice.

Provo man arrested for allegedly raping 15-year-old twice

Provo and Orem challenge West Valley City and Salt Lake County in Census contest

The Mayors of Provo and Orem are hoping they can count on their residents as they enter the final countdown to the Census. A fun but fierce competition is inciting a month-long series of events pitting North vs. South.

Provo and Orem challenge West Valley City and Salt Lake County in Census contest

Retiring American Fork principal Dan Weishar reflects on 35 years in education

Between the challenges of distance learning, preparing for a unique graduation and wrapping up the 2019-20 school year, American Fork principal Dan Weishar hasn’t had much time to reminisce.

Retiring American Fork principal Dan Weishar reflects on 35 years in education

Places in Utah Valley to fish — without a license — on Free Fishing Day

For one day and one day only, Utahns who don’t have a fishing license can catch fish anyway, and (with some exceptions) don’t have to pay a dime to do so.

Places in Utah Valley to fish — without a license — on Free Fishing Day

Provo mayor and police concerned over spike in car burglaries

The Provo Mayor’s office and Police Department are concerned about what they are calling a “shocking uptick” in vehicle burglaries.

Provo mayor and police concerned over spike in car burglaries

Utah Valley worship services for May 31

NOTE: As issues with the COVID-19 virus continue to change, please contact individual churches for information on how they are handling worship services.

Utah Valley worship services for May 31

Provo ice cream shop combines science, charity to support teachers

A Provo ice cream shop provided free ice cream to about 80 Amelia Earhart Elementary School teachers in an effort to raise morale and show support for educators.

Provo ice cream shop combines science, charity to support teachers