Highland

The Utah Department of Transportation advises motorists of new construction projects in Highland.

U-92 — UDOT will be installing a new traffic signal at the intersection with 6000 West from Dec. 11 to 31.

U-74 (Alpine Highway) — Construction crews will widen the road to three lanes between 1120 North in American Fork and Bateman Lane in Alpine. Work begins Monday with expected completion in June.

Work schedules are subject to change due to inclement weather, equipment problems or emergency situations.

Payson

The annual Christmas concert for Payson's Civic Chorale will be Sunday, Dec. 16. The concert will be directed by David C. Dahlquist.

The free concert will begin at 7 p.m. at Payson South LDS Stake Center, 711 S. 600 East.

Call Annie Buchanan at 798-2731 for information.

Provo

The Wasatch Chorale will join its voices with the public for a special Messiah Sing-In, Friday, Dec. 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the Provo Tabernacle, 100 S. University Ave.

Soloists for the evening include soprano Laurel James, tenor George Dyer, contralto Carla Wood and baritone Clayne Robison. The Chorale will sing selected choruses of the masterpiece as well as join with the audience for better-known choruses.

Admission is $7 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens. A limited number of scores will be available for rental or purchase at the door. Doors open at 7 p.m. For more information call 852-6646 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays.

Spanish Fork

The City Council followed the lead of other communities around the state and approved a nonresident rate for city-owned Spanish Oaks Golf Course at Tuesday's City Council meeting.

Nonresidents will pay $1 more per nine holes than residents, City manager Dave Oyler said. That will boost nine holes of golf to $11 and 18 holes to $22 for nonresidents. Season passes will also reflect the nonresident rate. The council reviews the rates annually in December for folks who want to give the gift of golf at Christmas, Oyler said.

Utah County

Nancy Jane Woodside will talk about a trip to ground zero and her meeting with New York Mayor Rudy Guiliani at a lunch meeting of the Democratic Women of Utah County.

Woodside, chairwoman of the Utah County Democratic Party, will speak Tuesday, Dec. 18, at noon at the Riverside Country Club, 2701 N. University Ave. Cost is $15.

The women's group also will collect toys, books and games for donation to the county's women's shelter.

RSVP to Susie McHugh, 766-8410.

Woodland Hills

Changes in city staffing are expected to be approved during tonight's City Council meeting.

The council is expected to accept the resignation of Beth Wilding as city recorder and appoint Chris Halvey to that post. Halvey's resignation as treasurer is also expected to be accepted and a new treasurer, not yet named, appointed. The council also is expected to name Brenda Trewet as deputy city recorder. The positions are part-time.