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The Sundance Trio, three faculty-colleagues at Brigham Young University’s School of Music, will be in concert at USU Eastern’s Central
Teachers in Jordan School District will have a choice between old and new after the district school board votes on a major overhaul of its salary system Tuesday. The option for teachers to remain in the status quo was announced Friday in response to mid-career educators who say proposed salary changes would hurt their wallets over time. âWe did not want teachers to feel anxious about what was going to happen,â said Janice Voorhies, president of the Jordan Board of Education. Voorhies said the...
Two major drug dealers have been sentenced to federal prison after first being busted by local law enforcement officers and
Carbon County Road Department crews have begun a paving project in Kenilworth that includes all streets in the town except
With two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning, the Carbon High School baseball team was tied with North
The No Grave Unadorned project for Memorial Day in Carbon and Emery Counties is moving along but still needs volunteers
Price angler John Gurulé holds a largemouth bass he landed at Huntington Lake State Park last Sunday. The fish was
In April, Washington Federal will be celebrating 100 years of serving local communities. To commemorate, Washington Federal is inviting area
Spanish Fork â¢ Several years ago, some of J. Merrill Hallamâs students joked that they were planning to toilet paper their teacherâs home. Hallam responded in kind, joking that he would pay them each a visit âwith a shovelâ to dole out justice, keeping the threat cryptic. Since then, the Spanish Fork Junior High teacher has kept a tongue-in-cheek list with the names of rabble-rousing pupils written on the handle of a shovel kept in his biology classroom. But one shovel may no longer be enough... <iframe src="http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp" height="1" width="1" > </frame>
The principal of Salt Lake Cityâs Edison Elementary School has been placed on leave pending a police and school district investigation related to alleged inappropriate conduct involving a young student. Principal Laurie Lacy is being investigated by the Salt Lake City Police Departmentâs special victims unit, Detective Richard Chipping said. An allegation was made about the principal related to a âsingle incidentâ involving a boy at the school earlier this month. Chipping called the allegation â... <iframe src="http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp" height="1" width="1" > </frame>
The principal of Salt Lake Cityâs Edison Elementary School has been placed on leave pending a police investigation, though officials are releasing few details. Principal Laurie Lacey was placed on leave several days ago, Salt Lake City School District spokesman Jason Olsen said. He could not comment beyond an emailed statement, he said, because âthis is a personnel matter.â âThe district was made aware of the allegations involving the principal at Edison Elementary several days ago and immediat...
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Article submitted by USU Eastern One cannot talk about higher education in Southeastern Utah without mentioning LaVell and Mayzell King.
Reports of someone dumping their RV holding tank into a culinary water line brought a swift response Saturday morning. A
The Manti-La Sal National Forest is providing a 10-Day Review Period on the Draft Wilderness Inventory Maps from April 17
The No Grave Unadorned Project, now in its eighth year, is moving ahead quickly with people coming into the offices
The Bureau of Land Management’s Price Field Office is seeking comments on an Environmental Assessment (EA) that analyzes a joint
Jail Bookings from March 10 through March 16 April 10 Fillmore, Jacob, 36, Huntington, Warrants Hewston, Sheila, 24, Price, Probation
Since November, a group of business and education leaders has pitched a seven-eighths of 1 percent income tax increase to Utah voters. The initiative, known as Our Schools Now, is in the early stages of putting the question of a $750 million tax boost for public education spending on the November 2018 ballot. But, as organizers prepare to submit their final ballot language and begin the laborious task of gathering signatures, the once-narrow guidelines of their tax proposal have begun to widen.... <iframe src="http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp" height="1" width="1" > </frame>
Work began Friday on a permanent driveway linking Draperâs American Preparatory Academy to a public road, advancing a long-held goal for the landlocked school. But the development is cold comfort for school administrators, who have their eyes set on reaching a different road, and for residents in Draperâs Inauguration Park neighborhood, who saw a home demolished in the name of charter expansion. âTheyâve just had poor planning to begin with since they started the school,â said neighbor Tim War...