Cosmetology school replaces traditional education for young adults in Provo

Ninety-four percent of parents expect their children to attend college, according to Pew Research Center. A number of young adults in Provo have overcome the pressure and chosen to step away from traditional education and attend cosmetology school. 

Timpanogos Cave starts celebrations for 100 year anniversary

Timpanogos Cave was made an official national monument on Oct. 14, 1922. Today, Timpanogos Cave National Monument celebrates its national ninety-ninth birthday, but will be celebrating all year long until its 100th anniversary next year. 

UTA considering new UVX station

Provo City and UTA are considering a possible UVX station expansion at 900 East.

Utah preparing for Afghan refugees, students can help

In the middle of the week, busy college students spend their evening sewing quilts. Not for themselves, but for refugees. Displaced people making sacrifices to travel to a foreign place and start new. 

Provo Police seize more than 50 pounds of marijuana in drug bust

The Provo Police Department discovered a large amount of drugs while responding to a domestic disturbance last week. During the course of their investigation, the police seized 54 pounds of marijuana, one pound of methamphetamine, six grams of cocaine and two loaded firearms. Provo Police said in a Facebook post these drugs are only "a fraction of the drugs" that travel through Provo city.

COVID credited with local rise in vaping

Vaping still persists in its high popularity among Utah's youth, despite anti-vaping laws enacted by Utah legislators in 2020."It is definitely a trend that is on the up and up, and I think with COVID-19 it has just gotten worse," Provo School Board President Melanie Hall said, adding that students have had more downtime to experiment with vaping.
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