Daily Archives: March 26, 2014

Bebé abandonada en Burger King se reencontró con su madre 27 años después

Katheryn Deprill usó Facebook para buscar a quien la había dejado en un baño del local de comida rápida

Bebé abandonada en Burger King se reencontró con su madre 27 años después

LDS: Historic women’s conference Saturday

Genelle Pugmire

LDS: Historic women’s conference Saturday

Bebé abandonada en Burger King se reencontró con su madre 27 años después

Katheryn Deprill usó Facebook para buscar a quien la había dejado en un baño del local de comida rápida

Bebé abandonada en Burger King se reencontró con su madre 27 años después

House votes to limit president on public monuments

WASHINGTON — The House has approved a Republican bill to limit the president’s ability to designate new national monuments, a step President Barack Obama and other presidents have taken to pro…

House votes to limit president on public monuments

Rock, Paper, Scissors tourney takes aim at cancers

PROVO — Three local men are organizing what they hope will be a massive game of “Rock, Paper, Scissors” in an effort to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Rock, Paper, Scissors tourney takes aim at cancers

Orem police looking for suspects in Hispanic market robberies

OREM– Police in Orem are looking for at least two suspects after a string of robberies.

Orem police looking for suspects in Hispanic market robberies

Students have hair-razoring experience

Barbara Christiansen

Students have hair-razoring experience

Lehi creates water restriction guidelines

LEHI — As the forecast Utah drought worsens this summer, even a preschooler will be able to tell what watering restrictions are in place in the City of Lehi.

Lehi creates water restriction guidelines

BYU students creating class to help biz owners learn web design

It is a conundrum that many new business owners face – they want to get their business on the Internet, but lack the skills and know-how to make it happen and don’t have the money to pay someo…

BYU students creating class to help biz owners learn web design

El “Chapo” Guzmán aseguró que es agricultor, y no narcotraficante

Aseguró que cultiva “maíz, sorgo y cártamo”, con lo que gana unos 1.500 dólares al mes

El “Chapo” Guzmán aseguró que es agricultor, y no narcotraficante