President of Utah Storytelling Guild recounts tales of Utah history

Karl Behling, President of the Utah Storytelling Guild, visited the Provo Pioneer Village on Monday, June 10. Behling has been a professional storyteller since 1999 and was the main speaker for the Pioneer Village's Monday Storytelling night.

Utah Transit Authority plans to extend FrontRunner to Payson

Utah Transit Authority is holding public information meetings and making plans to extend its commuter rail service, the FrontRunner, to stations in Springville, Spanish Fork and Payson.

Springville Museum of Art invites children to celebrate art

The Children’s Art Festival, an event within Springville’s annual week-long Art City Days, welcomed children to create their own works of art outside of the Springville Museum of Art on Friday, June 7.

Martha goes to Washington

Martha Hughes Cannon, renowned as the nation's first female state senator, is making history once again as she becomes the first woman from Utah to be honored in the Hall of Statues in Washington, D.C.

Officers discuss future drone usage at Provo Police Coffee (or Cocoa) with a Cop

On Wednesday, May 29, Provo police officers gathered at the Starbucks in the Target in the Provo Towne Centre mall to share snacks and drinks with people walking by.

Excessive heat warning in southern Utah, how to stay safe in Provo heat

Areas in Utah are currently at risk of excessive heat with some temperatures expected to rise into the triple digits this weekend.
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