local politics

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox shares progress of 500 days in office

0
Gov. Spencer Cox celebrated 500 days in office with a public event discussing accomplishments throughout his governorship and how he plans to tackle Utah’s inflation, drought and education concerns.

Provo City Council reviews district maps submitted by public

0
The Provo City Council finished a period of reviewing public feedback concerning the reshaping of the city’s voting districts and will discuss the results at their city council meeting Tuesday evening.

Deadline approaches for Utah Political Party registration

0
Utahns have nine days to register or make any changes to their political party. The Utah County Clerk said the deadline to change party affiliation is Thursday, March 31.

Provo City Council avoids expansion of student housing options

0
The Provo City Council voted to prohibit accessory dwelling units in most residential neighborhoods, limiting a potential solution to Provo’s student housing crisis and highlighting community tension between long-time residents and BYU students.

US Senate candidate speaks to students in home visit

0
Becky Edwards, a U.S. Senate candidate running to replace two-term incumbent Sen. Mike Lee in the upcoming Republican primary, spoke to a small group of student supporters Wednesday night at a Vineyard home.

Community project to revive Vineyard wetlands put on hold

0
A community project to revive Vineyard wetlands was halted because of Lake Restorations Solutions moving forward on the Utah Lake islands project.