Daily Archives: August 19, 2014

Dry Creek students get to know their mascot

LEHI — Students at the brand-new Dry Creek Elementary got closely acquainted with their new mascot Tuesday on their first day of school.

Dry Creek students get to know their mascot

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Tuesday marks opening day for three school districts

Students from Utah County’s three public school districts took to their bikes and buses for the first day of school Tuesday.

Tuesday marks opening day for three school districts

Otro joven negro asesinado en Missouri

Agentes policiales mataron a un hombre afroamericano de 23 años que había robado un supermercado y los amenazó con un cuchillo

Otro joven negro asesinado en Missouri

Weird News: 86-year-old Utah woman writes romance novel

SALT LAKE CITY — An 86-year-old Utah woman became a first-time novelist by writing a steamy romance novel about a bored housewife.

Weird News: 86-year-old Utah woman writes romance novel

Misil disparado desde Gaza alcanza área de Tel Aviv

El brazo armado de Hamas se adjudicó el ataque. Fue realizado luego de un bombardeo aéreo israelí. No hubo heridos

Misil disparado desde Gaza alcanza área de Tel Aviv

Commission reluctantly approves mine operation near Utah Lake

PROVO — A vote by the Utah County Commission on Tuesday was simple.

Commission reluctantly approves mine operation near Utah Lake

El carakini, la nueva prenda para ir a la playa que se impone en Occidente

Hasta ahora era usada como parte de los trajes de baño de las mujeres en Qindao, una ciudad de China, aunque ahora está adquiriendo carácter internacional

El carakini, la nueva prenda para ir a la playa que se impone en Occidente

La ayuda humanitaria, una tarea de riesgo que va en picada

En 2013 hubo 155 trabajadores humanitarios asesinados, 171 heridos y 134 secuestrados. La Cruz Roja advierte que las ONG dispuestas a trabajar en zonas de conflcito se han “reducido dramáticamente”

La ayuda humanitaria, una tarea de riesgo que va en picada

Ribbons mark Provo trees that could be lost to BRT

PROVO — A group of concerned residents have place black ribbons around trees on both sides of University Avenue between Center Street and 500 North to bring attention to the trees’ possible d…

Ribbons mark Provo trees that could be lost to BRT

Bednar urges use of social media to spread gospel

Hang onto your hats. Things are changing.

Bednar urges use of social media to spread gospel