Daily Archives: July 29, 2014

From the web: Walter White of ‘Breaking Bad’ hits the skies

When people suggest shooting for the stars, more often than not they mean it in a figurative sense. For Utah Valley tech company i.TV however, that sentiment became a literal mantra that resul…

From the web: Walter White of ‘Breaking Bad’ hits the skies

County Commission considering beer sales a certain events

PROVO — The Utah County Commission is mulling over a proposal that will allow for beer to be sold at certain events held in unincorporated areas in the county. 

County Commission considering beer sales a certain events

EEUU y UE anuncian nuevas sanciones contra Rusia

Las potencias occidentales dicen que el Kremlin ha doblado su apoyo a los separatistas enviando más armas a través de la frontera con Ucrania

EEUU y UE anuncian nuevas sanciones contra Rusia

Lehi man takes plea deal in child abuse case

AMERICAN FORK — A Lehi man accused of child abuse has taken a plea deal. 

Lehi man takes plea deal in child abuse case

Israel intensifica ataque en Gaza, egipcios revisan plan de tregua

Presión diplomática aumenta. Bombardean la única central de energía de Gaza

Israel intensifica ataque en Gaza, egipcios revisan plan de tregua

Lithuanian dance company finally arrives for Springville World Folkfest

SPRINGVILLE — The Lithuanian folklore song-and dance-ensemble Siaudele was one of the country groups excited to perform and dance Monday night at the Springville World Folkfest.

Lithuanian dance company finally arrives for Springville World Folkfest

Slow start for open market liquor license law

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah state liquor commission is reporting slow activity so far from a new state law that allows would-be bar owners to buy liquor licenses directly from other business owners.

Slow start for open market liquor license law

UVU to offer cybersecurity certificate

Move over James Bond — there’s a whole group of cybersecurity specialists preparing to save us from technological threats and prevent new crimes.

UVU to offer cybersecurity certificate

Herbert names Val Hale new director of economic development

SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert has selected the head of the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce, Val Hale, to lead the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.

Herbert names Val Hale new director of economic development

Ex-con to stand trial in teen girl’s 1995 killing

HEBER CITY — A man who served prison time for one murder has been ordered to stand trial for another killing that happened shortly after he was released on parole in 1995.

Ex-con to stand trial in teen girl’s 1995 killing