Q&A with Veteran Bart Whatcott

What branch of the military did you serve in? The Army National Guard in the Field Artillery. What was your rank when you retired, and what was your specialty? When I retired I was a First Sergeant in Field Artillery, through all 30 years, dealing with different weapon systems. What made you join the military? My dad started out in […]

Service Reflections: Jack Valiquette, WWII Bombadier

The Toledo, Ohio native was in his senior year of high school when he first applied for the program, but not before discovering he was going by the wrong name for the first 18 years of his life. “I applied for the Air Force cadet program, and I had to submit a birth certificate,” Valiquette said. “When I got the […]

Judge OKs trial move to Utah County

He granted a motion for change of venue filed by special prosecutors in the felony rape case against Austin James Corry, a former Kanosh assistant fire chief. Corry faces accusations by two women, one of whom filed a federal civil case seeking more than $1 million in damages. The woman sued Millard County, the Town of Kanosh, Corry and his […]

Man to plead guilty in April slaying

John Peck was in 4th District Court last week with his attorney, Public Defender Tate Bennett. Peck waived a preliminary hearing in the matter and proceeded to enter a plea. Judge Anthony Howell, after posing a series of questions to the defendant to ensure he understood what he was attempting to do, decided to postpone the hearing at Peck’s request […]