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Letter: Offering a home to the voters without a party

News sources have reported on voters’ widespread dissatisfaction with their current party affiliation. Many people have left their parties, citing some version of “I didn’t leave the party; the party left me,” or “it no longer reflects my values.”  Newly unaffiliated voters might ...

Letter: Enough is enough for Tuiaki as defensive coordinator

There must be a change to the BYU coaching staff and it must be made immediately. Tuiaki must go! He is the sorriest excuse for a defensive coordinator I have ever seen. We began the season playing Arizona, probably the worst team in the FBS category. It should have been a forty-point win. ...

Genesis group celebrates 50 years of unity and faith

In 1971, the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints organized the Genesis Group to support Black Latter-day Saints, their families and friends. Fifty years later it’s time to celebrate. Genesis has adjusted over the years into a number of formats. ...

Last chance to speak up in person on Bridal Veil Falls future

The time for public engagement on the future of Bridal Veil Falls is coming to a close. Saturday is the last day for members of the public to give their input. Conserve Utah County has been working to help the Utah State Division of Parks and Recreation add an additional public engagement ...

LDS Church donates $2 million to First Americans Museum

On Sunday, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced a donation of $2 million to the First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City. The donation is to help Native American tribes learn more about their ancestral roots, according to the church. Elder Kyle S. McKay of the Seventy, and ...

Buchanan: Are the good times over for Joe?

"When sorrows come," said King Claudius, "they come not single spies but in battalions." As the king found out. So it seems with President Joe Biden, who must be asking himself the question Merle Haggard asked: "Are the good times really over for good?" Consider the critical issue with voters ...

Orem police release names of two women killed in vehicle accident

The Orem City Police Department has been involved with a three-day investigation that includes the fatalities of two women involved in a car crash at 400 S. State St. On Monday, the names of the two deceased were released. The victims are Hailee York, 21, and Ashlyn Hanzon, 21, according Lt. ...