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On Sept. 21 at Memorial Park, Provo Pride will host an all-day, free and family-friendly festival that between 800 and 1,000 people are expected to attend, and it will all stem from a conversation in a Wendy's a few months back. Brigham Young
First published 54 minutes ago Updated 5 minutes ago Republicans like to say they are all about saving taxpayer money, and a bill for the upcoming legislative session may do just that. Except this one, if passed, could specifically save Salt Lake
First published 15 minutes ago Updated 11 minutes ago While others are writing off newspapers, three veteran Utah journalists are pressing on with a new one. The weekly Springville Independent News, founded by former Provo Daily Herald journalists
Times columnist Steve Kelley wrote today about UW center Greg Christine's comeback from a broken fibula into the Huskies' starting lineup. --- I actually wrote a story for today's paper on BYU QB Jake Heaps that I can't find on-line.
Workers on the Interstate 15 reconstruction project in Utah County uncovered a grave marker earlier this month, but it turned out to be from a young man buried in the Vernal area...Updated 11 minutes ago A grave marker upended in Provo this month by
The Moscow-Pullman Daily News, in Moscow, Idaho, the Daily Herald in Provo, Utah and the Salt Lake Tribune were named the winners Thursday in the general excellence category in the Utah-Idaho-Spokane Associated Press Association's annual news contest.