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Orem’s Proposition 2 political issues committees report finances

When it comes to Orem’s Proposition 2, it’s all about messaging. Both those in favor and opposed to the measure are getting the word out through advertising. On Sept. 30 the three officially registered political issues committees concerning Proposition 2 filed their financial reports with ...

Stiehm: Truman walks in, Hamilton moves out

Bye, Alexander Hamilton, you're out. Harry Truman, you're in. The gorgeous Capitol Rotunda statues are so heavy that if one arrives, one must go. Presidents take precedent in our history's most sacred space. Now under the dome, a new statue of the 33rd president just moved in. It's a handsome ...

Stossel: Hurricane myths perpetuated in media

Hurricane Ian is gone, but the media's myths about hurricanes live on. Reporters say the federal government must direct disaster response, as if only the feds have the knowledge and money to do it. "Debate is already growing about how big federal aid must be," says CNN. Why?! Don't they know ...

Vineyard residents to give input on 80-acre park corridor

Vineyard residents who live on the “old” side of the city are about to witness even more change to their part of town. A new Central Corridor Masterplan was introduced to the city Monday for public input and further design. The corridor has been reserved in the past for future parkland ...

Sexual abuse class action lawsuit against Provo doctor dismissed

Fourth District Court Judge Robert Lunnen overturned a class action lawsuit against Dr. David Broadbent, a Provo obstetrics and gynecology specialist, accused of sexual abuse and sexual battery of female patients. According to Adam Sorenson of Gross & Rooney, attorney for the ...