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Made in UV: Deliverable cookies and mission memorabilia

For every issue of Utah Valley Magazine, we recognize five Utah Valley grown products. Grab your wallet — these creative businesses are something you’re going to want. One smart cookie Provo is more than chipper about its late-night cookie [...]

Staying baaa-lanced: BYU students bring GOGA to Utah Valley

Doing downward dog with a goat on your back is a thing now, and Utah County isn’t kidding around. Imagine you’re looking out over the valley — toes at the top of your yoga mat — and breathing in the crisp mountain air. And then imagine [...]

7 things Cumorah Holdaway wants you to know about Vineyard

Robert Holdaway was born and raised in Vineyard on a dairy farm, and Cumorah moved there from her family’s Orem fruit farm in 1949 when the two were married. Now, their legacy lives on in the farming-town-turned-urban. They have five children, [...]

Sifting through the pieces: 5 tips for homebuyers

Realtors Sheralyn and Chris Bennett — voted the valley’s top Realtors — have five suggestions for sifting through the process of homebuying to help you find the house you’ve been puzzling over. 1. Set realistic expectations A first-time [...]

Glue it back together: Wasatch Mental Health says mental health is a family affair

Wasatch Mental Health, which was named the top counseling center in the county by Utah Valley Magazine readers, celebrates 50 years of serving Utah County this year. The mental health experts encourage friends and family to support loved ones [...]

Finding the missing piece: Adams G3 Collision Repair

Dave Adams started his collision repair business in 1986, but the auto industry isn’t new to his pedigree chart. His dad started Adams Car Care Center in 1965, and Dave took over and renamed the business in 1995. The valley continues to show [...]

Puzzle with patience: Bombay House takes time to perfect food

Puzzles aren’t exactly known for being fast and easy — and that’s the beauty of the 1,000-piece project. Bombay House co-owner D. Shanthakumar believes Indian food also takes patience and time. Shanthakumar grew up in Southern India before [...]

7 things Kay Tischner wants you to know about Santaquin

Kay Tischner was born and raised in Santaquin, and 76 years later just about everyone in town knows his name. Kay married Louise in 1964, and together they’ve had eight children, with 29 grandchildren and “seven and a half” great grandchildren. [...]

Made in UV: Mountain shelves and rocky necklaces

For every issue of Utah Valley Magazine, we recognize five Utah Valley grown products. Grab your wallet — these creative businesses are something you’re going to want. Shelf life The Wasatch Range always had a special place in their hearts, [...]

I tried it: Writer Kjersten Johnson moves into a local tiny home for a big night

I walked toward the tiny home I would be staying the night in, and a 20-week-old yellow Labrador awkwardly galloped over to me before collapsing at my feet. I took it as a good sign and gave Jack his fair share of attention before approaching [...]

Weekend best bets: 5 Utah Valley events to get you outside

Spring has officially sprung. As the first buds of the season are coloring the county, don’t let the April showers keep you inside. Utah Valley always has something going on — whether its a musical performance, sporting events or a random [...]

Weekend best bets: 5 Utah Valley events to keep you cultured

Spring has almost sprung. As the first buds of the season start to color the county, don’t let the March chill keep you inside. Utah Valley always has something going on — whether its a musical performance, sporting events or a random [...]

Weekend best bets: 5 Utah Valley events for a colorful weekend

Spring has almost sprung. As the first buds of the season start to color the county, don’t let the March chill keep you inside. Utah Valley always has something going on — whether its a musical performance, sporting events or a random [...]

National Kidney Foundation gives tribute to Mahes’ daughter

Reno and Sunny Mahe’s 3-year-old daughter passed away unexpectedly in November 2016, and Utah County mourned for the BYU football coach’s family loss. Now, four months later, a billboard on I-15 in Utah County celebrates Elsie [...]

I tried it: Writer Kjersten Johnson goes under with Dive Utah’s scuba class

My breathing sounds like Darth Vader as I descend lower and watch bubbles rise to the surface of the Crater at Homestead Resort in Midway. This Switzerland-inspired town is home to the Crater, which draws tourists from all over the world. “The [...]

Happy Valley Derby Darlins creates supportive place for women to learn to be assertive

Happy Valley just got a little happier and a little more rebellious. Utah County has been home to the Happy Valley Derby Darlins, a flat track roller derby league, since 2011. Five teams currently make the rounds at the Shove Shack in Lindon: [...]

LDS Relief Society General Presidency updates the Relief Society purpose

Just one day after International Women’s Day, women are still in the spotlight with a recent announcement from LDS Relief Society General President Linda K. Burton. Sister Burton posted on Facebook on Thursday, March 9, detailing updates [...]

Utah County welcomes last refugee family before ban

Some parents took their kids out of school early on Thursday to give them a different sort of lesson. Utah families headed to the Salt Lake City International Airport to welcome Hassan Barat Ali Hassan, Fozia Ramazan Ali Qurban Ali, their [...]