Ashley is the Voice of Cache Valley and sometimes the voice of UPR. You'll hear her hosting your favorite weekend shows, reporting on breaking Utah news, and sometimes waking you up nice and early during Morning Edition.
While both Republicans and Democrats agree that education should be a top priority, there is disagreement about pay for higher education faculty. Neil Abercrombie, Director of Government Relations for Utah State University, explained the discrepancy to UPR today at the opening of the Utah State Legislative Session.
An 18-year-old from Syracuse is facing charges after police say he crashed his car while huffing a computer-cleaning air duster. He's being cited for driving under the influence of drugs, possession of a psychotoxic chemical, failure to wear a seatbelt, and failure to stop at a stop sign.
Syracuse detective Heath Rogers says that there has been a rise in abuse of air dusters, which consist of compressed gas usually used to clean debris from keyboards and other electronics.
A request for permits to locate a ski resort in Northern Utah's Cherry Creek area is under review. UPR's Ashley Tolman tells us county planning and zoning officials have postponed making a decision whether or not to allow the conditional use permit.