2020-04-15

District unsure if school closures to extend


  As of Monday morning, MSD had not heard of any further extensions from state education officials.   “At this point we haven’t heard of any other reductions or extensions,” said David Styler, MSD superintendent. “As far as we know May 1 is still the length of the suspension. If that happens, that will be great; we will just finish […]

Mask makers sought for local protection effort


Multiple volunteers have set to work at their sewing machines in the construction and donation of facemasks for essen-tial businesses and fi rst responders. Others are working on getting more masks distributed to the elderly and other portions of the community. However, more volunteers are needed.   Local stake presidents have asked members of their congregations to begin sewing masks […]

Land use decision favors Flowell CAFO owners in county dispute


The hearing officer, Lehi attorney Brent Bateman, wrote in his April 8 decision that Millard County can not revoke the CAFO’s condi-tional use permit or declare its owners noncompliant based on the legal doctrine of zoning estoppel.   Last year the county demanded work stop on the near-finished facility and to know what changes were made to the project, all […]

Two more contract virus, says CUPHD


The total number of cases in the six-county health district stood at six Monday afternoon, including two previ-ously reported cases in Juab County, both suspected of involving community spread. No new details were released about the two new Millard County cases, but the CUPHD has started to update its website, centralutahpublichealth.org, each day at 1 p.m. with any new fi […]