Salt Lake Tribune
Computer preschool program expands to rural Utah
Young children throughout rural Utah will soon get free computer-based preschool lessons in their homes, thanks to a $11.5 million federal grant.
Robbery suspect taken into custody on I-80
Interstate 80 westbound was shut down for a short time on Tuesday by officers from a joint response who took a robbery suspect into custody near Parley's Summit.
Rural School Districts Join Effort to Bring In-Home Preschool to Utah's Rural Children
Eighteen rural Utah school districts have signed on to participate in an $11.5 million federal grant award to expand UPSTART, Waterford Institute's free, in-home preschool program, to their regions.
Man accused of firing arrows at officers ruled competent to stand trial
A Tabiona man accused of firing a crossbow at a neighbor, and later shooting three arrows at sheriff's deputies during a three-hour standoff, has been found competent to stand trial.
W.W. Clyde and Co. Awarded Two Major Utah Projects
W.W. Clyde & Co., Springville, Utah, was recently awarded the Victory Pipeline Phase I project, a $12-million water transportation job that will serve seven water districts in Duchesne County, Utah; and the I-15, South Davis Operational Improvements Project from the Utah Dept.
Former nurse accused of sexually abusing patient ordered to stand trial
A former nurse accused of sexually abusing a patient and then threatening to put her into cardiac arrest has been ordered to stand trial.