Daily Archives: June 4, 2020

Utah County commissioners want county to transition to ‘green’ phase of COVID-19 pandemic

Utah County commissioners are hoping Gov. Gary Herbert will move the county from a “yellow” designation to “green” with regards to COVID-19 risk levels.

Utah County commissioners want county to transition to ‘green’ phase of COVID-19 pandemic

Utah County Sheriff’s Office outlines policy changes during civil unrest

Utah County Sheriff Mike Smith released a statement Thursday afternoon outlining how county law enforcement is reforming policies and procedures while civil unrest continues nationwide.

Utah County Sheriff’s Office outlines policy changes during civil unrest

LDS October Semi-annual General Conference to repeat April protocols

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints hoping to reunite with friends, mission companions and college roommates at October’s Semi-annual General Conference will have to make other plans.

LDS October Semi-annual General Conference to repeat April protocols

Who let the dog out? Video surveillance helps police collar suspect

Officers with the Provo City Police department arrested a local man after they say he illegally entered a home Wednesday morning.

Who let the dog out? Video surveillance helps police collar suspect

Payson City Council approves committee recommendations for parks, arts and recreation projects

A handful of parks, arts and recreation projects are coming to Payson after the projects received approval from the city officials on Wednesday.

Payson City Council approves committee recommendations for parks, arts and recreation projects

Utah County Commission approves funding for Utah County Fair Junior Livestock Show

The Utah County Commission approved on Wednesday $25,000 in funding for this year’s Junior Livestock Show portion of the Utah County Fair, making the livestock show the only part of the county fair that will take place this year.

Utah County Commission approves funding for Utah County Fair Junior Livestock Show

SCERA partners with Central Bank on mini sanitizers, free ticket projects

When the SCERA Shell Outdoor Theater opens for the summer season Friday, at-risk patrons will be handed a special gift.

SCERA partners with Central Bank on mini sanitizers, free ticket projects

Provo School district to seek $80 million bond for Timpview construction

Provo School District Superintendent Keith Rittel informed the city’s Municipal Council on Tuesday that the district will pursue an $80 million bond on this November’s ballot.

Provo School district to seek $80 million bond for Timpview construction