Marie Stevens 1943 – 2017

LOA – Lucy Marie Durfey Stevens, 73, of Loa, Utah, suffered a sudden and severe stroke on the evening of July 3, 2017 and passed away on July 5, 2017 in Provo, Utah surrounded by loving family, both near and far. Marie was welcomed into the world by her adoring parents, Orlo Young and Ellen (Allen) Durfey, on October 16, […]

Betty Lou Wiley 1922 – 2017

ANTIMONY – “Who can find a virtuous woman? For her price is far above Rubies.” This was the kind of woman Betty Wiley was. Giving service and nurturing were the characteristics that everyone uses to describe her. She loved children and babies. Betty Lou Coppinger Wiley, 94, passed away July 9, 2017 in Richfield. She was born on November 8, […]

Charles DeLoy Ellett 1939 – 2017

Glenwood/Fremont – Charles DeLoy Ellett, graduated from this life on July 5, 2017 at his home in Glenwood. He was born August 1, 1939 in Fremont, Wayne County, Utah, a son of Charles Leland and Cleo Chasty Albrecht Ellett. He grew up on the family farm in Fremont being taught all aspects of farming. This is where he learned to […]

New EPA Proposals Could Put Utah Drinking Water at Risk

SALT LAKE CITY – The American public will have 30 days to comment on the Trump administration’s plan to repeal and replace the 2015 Clean Water Rule, once it’s published in the federal register. Jan Goldman-Carter, wetlands and water resources director for the National Wildlife Federation, said the move would remove pollution limits from streams and wetlands that supply a […]

Fire Restriction Reminder

SALT LAKE CITY – Despite repeated efforts to spread the word, fire managers are continuing to observe activities occurring which are prohibited by active fire restrictions. Land management agencies implement fire restrictions in the interest of public safety and natural resource protection. By engaging in prohibited activities, recreationists are putting these values at risk from wildfire. These risky behaviors have […]

Boulder Town Park: Becoming Art

BOULDER – If you have driven through Boulder recently, you probably have noticed changes with the town park pavilion as it has morphed from a large gray structure to a wild green mosaic. If you happened by around the 4th of July, there were flags flying from the south end of the pavilion for a first unveiling. The town park […]