SIGURD — As a breeze blew his flag, and others around him, Gene Fordham, 70, Sigurd, stood, quietly, motionless, on the Church Farm Road overpass as cars, diesels and other Memorial Day traffic bustled below along Interstate 70 near Sigurd Monday morning.
Usually a bank is a quiet place of business, but last week more than 100 people invaded Zions Bank in Richfield to explore the offerings of a traveling display offered by the Natural History Museum of Utah.
There was a lot of talk of “lasts” during the commencement exercises of Richfield High School Friday.
Miles of wires are being installed along with cabinets, doors and windows. While there is still a lot of work to do, the new Richfield High School is on track to host students in August.
Sometimes, bad news like a broken leg can unexpectedly result in something great.
The co-chairs of the small animal exhibits portion of the Sevier County Fair announced changes to this fair in an effort to reduce possible exposure of area poultry to the H5N2 avian influenza virus.
SALINA — Swimming season is set to open on schedule in Salina after all.
SALINA — When she first walked into an assembly of the entirety of Salina Elementary School’s students and faculty, Bonny Dahlsrud appeared a bit confused as to why everyone was applauding her.