(KUTV) A high school teacher in Spanish Fork who was originally arrested for raping a 17-year-old student is now out of jail.The probable cause statement reports Sarah Lewis, a former teacher at Landmark High School in Spanish Fork, admitted to having sexual intercourse with the male student in her Payson home.RELATED: Utah County teacher accused of having sex with studentCourt documents report Lewis gave him Hpnotiq Vodka prior to the sex and then told the teen to deny their relationship if...
Summit County apologizes for the performance of the National Anthem(Photo:MGN)(KUTV) After being bombarded with emails, phone calls, and complaints on social media, Summit County Officials released a statement regarding the performance of the National Anthem at the annual Fair’s Demolition Derby.Many of those in attendance felt like the performance was disrespectful to our nation and made light of the American Flag.On the County’s Facebook page, people expressed their frustration.
@adarakayleebaby@hannahmwaters@itsabsaf To God, and I know I am not responsible for the guy on the other end of the pew. I agree the conversation should be more open, and I am seeing that shift in church counsels and meetings. Education is power. That’s why I think the majority of our Utah legislators are ridiculous
@adarakayleebaby@hannahmwaters@itsabsaf Girl!! I agree with you on so many fronts. D&C 101:78 — “every man may be accountable for his own sins in the day of judgment.” How a woman dresses is NEVER an excuse for a man’s harassing actions. Dressing modestly, in my own experience, is for ME; it helps me feel closer
@hannahmwaters@adarakayleebaby@itsabsaf ...children by not teaching consent and respect....and/or that these men are choosing to make really selfish & hurtful decisions that THEY should be accountable for.
@hannahmwaters@adarakayleebaby@itsabsaf So sad to hear about any type of sexual harassment/abuse. It’s inexcusable and so wrong. Also hiding behind a religion, if you are just trying to take advantage of someone = also wrong. But I don’t think we can entirely blame “religion” — sounds like parents have failed their
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