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4 Dead in Crash near Jordanelle

4 Dead in Crash near Jordanelle

WASATCH COUNTY, Utah — Four people were killed in a crash on State Route 40 in Wasatch County Friday, and officials believe impaired driving may have caused the accident. Officials with the Utah Highway Patrol said a two-vehicle crash occurred at around 12:30 p.m. when a pickup truck was hit […]

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The Pumpkin Train

The Pumpkin Train

You and your kids will enjoy Heber Valley Railroad’s annual Pumpkin Train thru October 29th! Your ticket includes a short 40 minute train ride where you will be entertained on board by costumed characters. You’ll also be served a delicious pumpkin cookie. At the depot you can take a trip […]

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Hotshots, Stallions, Commanders, Fleet make up Alliance West

Hotshots, Stallions, Commanders, Fleet make up Alliance West

With nicknames that certainly make sense for their regions, the Alliance of American Football unveiled the names and logos of their West Division teams on Tuesday. They are the Arizona Hotshots, Salt Lake Stallions, San Antonio Commanders and San Diego Fleet. Last week, the spring league that begins play the […]

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Snow’s Search

Snow’s Search

Two Public meetings to gather public input on the selection of the next Snow College president are set for September 12th, 4-5p on the Ephraim Campus and 7-8p Richfield campus. Information at snow.edu/presidentialsearch

Stewart Calls U.S. Target

Stewart Calls U.S. Target

Congressman Chris Stewart says Russia and China are targeting the United States in an attempt to undermine democracy and capitalism.  Speaking at a security forum in Salt Lake City sponsored by the Sutherland Institute Stewart said the two superpowers want to weaken the U.S. and will sometimes work together to do so.  The Republican […]

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Freedom Festival

Go to Adventure Street. There is rock walls, zip line, reptile exhibits/shows (including a couple of huge alligators and a python), a petting zoo, giant slides, interactive games, an escape room, food trucks/booths, and much more. 1st South in Provo.

The Denver Broncos May Return To the Postseason Because of the Run

The Denver Broncos May Return To the Postseason Because of the Run

This is one of my pieces for Denver Broncos Fansided site, Predominantlyorange.com. I will put more of these pieces on as we get closer to NFL training camp and regular season Brad Evans of Yahoo Sports reports that he expects the Denver Broncos to run the ball more this season. […]

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UVU and Weber State Softball To Meet in Postseason Tournament

UVU and Weber State Softball To Meet in Postseason Tournament

LAS VEGAS-Monday, Utah Valley and Weber State softball were invited to the National Invitational Softball Championships after missing out on the NCAA Tournament Sunday night. Incidentally, in the Wednesday tournament opener, in the Las Vegas regional, the Wolverines and Wildcats will square off against each other. This is the second […]

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UVU Men’s Basketball Gets Oklahoma State Transfer

UVU Men’s Basketball Gets Oklahoma State Transfer

OREM, Utah-Per a report on gouvu.com, the Utah Valley Wolverines men’s basketball roster received a shot in the arm from a Power 5 conference Tuesday. An announcement from Utah Valley men’s basketball coach, Mark Pope, confirms that Oklahoma State transfer Brandon Averette has signed a grant-in-aid award to play for […]

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Wasatch High Sports Roundup: 4/27

Wasatch High Sports Roundup: 4/27

Boys Soccer Region 8 HEBER CITY, Utah-Paiden Mecham scored the sole goal of the game as the Skyridge Falcons edged Wasatch 1-0 Friday in Region 8 boys soccer action. Baseball Region 8 HEBER CITY, Utah-Aidan Magoffin and Ryan Peterson each tripled as the Wasatch Wasps surged past Springville 9-7 in […]

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