Daily Archives: April 18, 2015

High School students craft custom drift trikes, compete in district-wide race

Students from five local high schools strutted their stuff at the first-ever Nebo School District drift trike racing competition Saturday.

High School students craft custom drift trikes, compete in district-wide race

Hundreds ‘Walk a Mile in Her Shoes’ to raise awareness for sexual assault

PROVO — While many were in Salt Lake to run a marathon or Orem to try their hand at a triathalon, a few hundred people were at The Shops at Riverwoods in Provo to take a walk Saturday.

Hundreds ‘Walk a Mile in Her Shoes’ to raise awareness for sexual assault

EI reivindica sangriento atentado en Kabul

El grupo yihadista asumió su responsabilidad en la explosion de una bomba que arrojó 33 muertos en un banco

EI reivindica sangriento atentado en Kabul

EI reivindica sangrienta atentado en Kabul

El grupo yihadista asumió su responsabilidad en la explosion de una bomba que arrojó 33 muertos en un banco

EI reivindica sangrienta atentado en Kabul

Leaders at Governors Economic Summit encourage others to ascend to the summit

“Utah’s economy is the envy of the nation,” Governor Gary Herbert said in his address to business and economic leaders at the Governor’s Utah Economic Summit in Salt Lake City April 17. Utah’s…

Leaders at Governors Economic Summit encourage others to ascend to the summit

Papa Francisco pide respuesta a migración africana

El pontífice le reclamó a la comunidad internacional actuar para ayudar las miles de personas que ponen en riesgo su vida para llegar a Europa

Papa Francisco pide respuesta a migración africana

Scioli y el “kirchnerismo puro” ya pujan por los triunfos electorales

Los oficialistas se disputan la primera victoria en Salta y cada uno busca sacar rédito político

Scioli y el “kirchnerismo puro” ya pujan por los triunfos electorales

Driving safely with dementia and knowing when to quit

Dear Savvy Senior,

Driving safely with dementia and knowing when to quit

Conversion rate lags behind Mormon missionary increase

SALT LAKE CITY — A record number of young Mormons signed up for missions after church leaders lowered the minimum age in 2012, but new figures show the onslaught of proselytizing Latter-day Sa…

Conversion rate lags behind Mormon missionary increase

Lakeland May Discontinue Labor Board

The city’s Public Employee Relations Commission, the board that arbitrates specific high-stakes labor concerns, is too rarely used and labor law is too complicated for Lakeland to continue to maintain the commission, city officials said Friday.

Lakeland May Discontinue Labor Board