Daily Archives: November 8, 2014

Sen. Orrin Hatch leaves door ajar for run in 2018

SALT LAKE CITY — Before and after being re-elected in 2012, Sen. Orrin Hatch vowed that his seventh term would be his last.

Sen. Orrin Hatch leaves door ajar for run in 2018

Saturday forecast: Sunny and clear

Saturday’s forecast calls for sunny skies and highs in the lower 60s. Saturday night will be mostly clear with lows int he mid 30s. 

Saturday forecast: Sunny and clear

2014 Veterans Day events and tributes in Utah Valley

The following events and tributes are available leading up to and on Veterans Day across Utah Valley.

2014 Veterans Day events and tributes in Utah Valley

Cierre de Guantánamo antes de dos años es “poco realista” para su comandante

Presidente Barack Obama se comprometió a clausurar la base antes de enero de 2017

Cierre de Guantánamo antes de dos años es “poco realista” para su comandante

Padres de estudiantes desaparecidos exige al gobierno pruebas forenses

México amaneció horrorizado por la declaración de sicarios que confesaron haber masacrado a los jóvenes

Padres de estudiantes desaparecidos exige al gobierno pruebas forenses

Sprint: Severance Costs Up $105 Million as Job Cuts Grow

Layoffs and other job cutbacks at Sprint Corp. will cost the company $105 million more in severance and related costs than it originally expected.

Sprint: Severance Costs Up $105 Million as Job Cuts Grow

The Insider: Planet Fitness Coming to South Lakeland

Another Planet Fitness is coming to Lakeland, this time to the south side. The new gym, which opens Dec. 17, will be between Staples and ABC Fine Wine & Spirits at 4315 S. Florida Ave.

The Insider: Planet Fitness Coming to South Lakeland

Sprint: Severance Costs Up $105 Million as Job Cuts Grow

Sprint: Severance Costs Up $105 Million as Job Cuts Grow

Improving Economy Fuels Strong Hiring

Improving Economy Fuels Strong Hiring

Veterans Day Deals Plentiful

Veterans Day Deals Plentiful