Missionaries in Mexico announced as safe after armed robbery

Two men entered a Church meetinghouse armed with guns while full-time missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were having a zone conference on Nov. 12 in TorreĆ³n, Mexico.

Educators learn how to support students in equality, inclusion training

Equality Utah and the Raynbow Collective hosted an equality and inclusion educator certification event at the Provo Recreation Center Saturday, Nov. 13 for educators to learn how to support students of color and LGBTQ students.

Utah groups aim to end period poverty, tampon taxes

The Policy Project has organized a rally for Nov. 17 at the Utah State Capitol. Emily Bell McCormick, the founder of The Policy Project said the rally will have period-related storytelling and bonding. She invites anyone who wants to get involved to come.

COVID-19 vaccine exemption bill passed

A COVID-19 vaccine exemption bill is heading to Gov. Cox to be signed into law.

Both Utah senators receive failing grades for protecting voter’s rights

According to the NAACP, both of Utah's senators received an "F" when it came to protecting voter's rights.

Provo City honors veterans for Veterans Day

Today is the federal holiday Veterans Day and Provo City has been celebrating and honoring veterans all week. A variety of veteran related displays for the public are available to tour until Nov. 13 allowing everyone to pay their respects to those who have and are currently serving our country.
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