Anything in Utah Valley

Orem residents protest peacefully, call for justice

About 30 peaceful protesters gathered at the intersection of University Parkway and State Street in Orem June 2 to raise awareness for the Black Lives Matter movement.

Provo City Library continuing some remote services upon reopening

Library officials say they plan to continue some COVID-19 era provisions, even after patrons can come back inside the building.

Utah newsrooms protect freedom of the press during pandemic

Utah news organizations are fighting to maintain the freedom of the press, and they're fighting from remote newsrooms.
Preston Crawley

Provo City’s proposed budget cuts costs to cope with pandemic

Provo Mayor Michele Kaufusi presented the proposed 2020-2021 budget in a city council meeting on May 5. The council will vote today to tentatively adopt the budget and set up public hearings.

Unemployment benefits just out of reach for many BYU students

BYU students are being furloughed from campus jobs, and many do not qualify for unemployment benefits.

Provo schools, BYU ‘light the night’ to honor students and staff

BYU joined three local high schools in lighting up Provo the evening of Monday, May 4, to recognize the day Utahns had originally planned on reinstating in-person learning.