As Tooele police and fire officials continue to investigate who may have started a devastating field fire that destroyed 10 mobile homes and severely damaged at least eight more, the only person named by police as of Friday was let out of jail.
Riverton City leaders convened an emergency meeting Friday to discuss health concerns and test results on water contaminated with cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae. They voted to turn secondary water back on after testing showed no toxins.
The LDS Church has asked the U.S. District Court to quash the requested subpoena of church President Thomas S. Monson by attorneys for two Navajo siblings who sued the church in March. The church says the request is an improper tactical maneuver.
The American Culinary Federation’s national convention proved to be an exciting event for Utah Valley University. Not only did the university’s Culinary Arts Institute win its first national championship, one of its students won Student Chef of the Y
Dr. Melvin Lewis Prueitt did not only imagine great ideas, he strove to make them happen — from revolutionizing computer graphics to inventing ways to decrease air pollution or purify sea water. His ambition in life was to improve the world.
With the long Pioneer Day weekend, many will be taking a trip to the lake, and Division of Wildlife Resources officials are reminding those with watercraft that they must stop at mandatory quagga mussel inspection stations around the state.