Daily Archives: November 2, 2014

Eagle Scout of the Week: Caleb Belk

Name: Caleb Belk

Eagle Scout of the Week: Caleb Belk

Pay a penny foward

There’s a saying we all know and think about every time we run across a shiny copper coin on the ground. Even my six-year-old granddaughter knows it, and she never forgot its instructions:

Pay a penny foward

Los republicanos versus Obama

Hay bajos niveles de aprobación sobre la gestión del actual presidente de Estados Unidos influidos por el temor del ébola y a los avances del grupo insurgente Estado Islámico

Los republicanos versus Obama

Dozens of bats invade Utah courthouse

ST. GEORGE — Order is being restored to the courthouse in St. George with the removal of dozens of bats from the building.

Dozens of bats invade Utah courthouse

Education, transportation among issues in heated races

While Tuesday’s election has generated hype in state and national races, Utah Valley voters still have to make decisions on other, less-notable contests like voting for state legislators.

Education, transportation among issues in heated races

ReStores allow community to buy or donate building materials

All 9-year-old Aidan wanted for his birthday was a zombie-themed party to donate money to the Habitat for Humanity of Utah County ReStore.

ReStores allow community to buy or donate building materials

La clave del éxito contra el ébola

Médicos Sin Fronteras trabaja desde hace 20 años contra la enfermedad pero apenas dos profesionales se contagiaron en sus instalaciones. La clave está en la rigurosidad y la profesionalidad

La clave del éxito contra el ébola

Sunday forecast: Rain and snow showers likely

Rain showers are likely Sunday morning, then rain and snow showers are likely in the afternoon. Temperatures will be much cooler, but no snow accumulation is likely. Highs will be in the upper…

Sunday forecast: Rain and snow showers likely

Inédito pedido de extradición a dos ministros franquistas

Se solicitó la captura de 20 personas por crímenes de lesa humanidad

Inédito pedido de extradición a dos ministros franquistas

El teniente Zida es el nuevo hombre fuerte de Burkina Faso

El presidente Blaise Compaoré huyó a Costa de Marfil y el Ejército tomó las riendas

El teniente Zida es el nuevo hombre fuerte de Burkina Faso