Daily Archives: June 5, 2020

Weber State criticized at both ends for its handling of professor’s tweets

OGDEN — Weber State University is taking criticism from both sides of the aisle for it’s handling of a criminal justice professor who made threatening tweets related to ongoing, nationwide protests.

Weber State criticized at both ends for its handling of professor’s tweets

Utah County Commission cuts own budget to make up for COVID-19 shortfalls

The Utah County Commission voted Wednesday to cut the commission’s budget in order to make up for anticipated declines in sales tax revenue, marking the first approved county budget cut in response to the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the local…

Utah County Commission cuts own budget to make up for COVID-19 shortfalls

Provo’s Farmers Market to start back under COVID-19 rules

One of the first signs that summer is here is the annual return of the Provo Farmers Market.

Provo’s Farmers Market to start back under COVID-19 rules

Orem man arrested after allegedly stealing thousands from out-of-town couple

Officers with the Orem Police Department apprehended a man they say allegedly entered a residence and took thousands of dollars worth of property while the homeowners were on vacation.

Orem man arrested after allegedly stealing thousands from out-of-town couple

Republican candidates compete to be next Utah County Recorder

The two Utah County Republicans vying to become the next county recorder both say they would work to maintain accurate records kept by the county and ensure efficient public access to those records.

Republican candidates compete to be next Utah County Recorder

Suspect injured in Provo officer-involved shooting

A female suspect was injured during an officer-involved shooting with Provo City Police Department officials Thursday evening.

Suspect injured in Provo officer-involved shooting

Ready to roll: Sharable electric scooters return to Utah County

Electric scooters are coming back to Utah County; the three-month COVID-19 hiatus brought big changes and upgrades to the popular transportation choice in Provo along with new scooter companies in Provo, Orem and Lehi.

Ready to roll: Sharable electric scooters return to Utah County

Provo Rec slowly opening up its programs to residents

Provo Recreation has taken a conservative approach since the change to yellow (low-risk phase) in the COVID-19 crisis.

Provo Rec slowly opening up its programs to residents

Pleasant Grove company changing international security from home

A Pleasant Grove security company is trying to create positive change internationally by focusing on its local community.

Pleasant Grove company changing international security from home