Daily Archives: May 17, 2015

Father and Son Behind Kohler See Business the Same Way

Both hunt. Both fish. Both became late-to-the-game golf enthusiasts. Most significantly, both see business pretty much the same way.

Father and Son Behind Kohler See Business the Same Way

S. Florida Small-Business Owner Raises All Employees’ Pay

Andrew Green considered what he paid his workers and felt ashamed.

S. Florida Small-Business Owner Raises All Employees’ Pay

Tuition Payment Plans Offer Affordable Alternative to Loans

It’s four months until the start of the fall semester at San Jose State University and Matt Wallner has figured out how he’s paying for school.

Tuition Payment Plans Offer Affordable Alternative to Loans

Two people injured in Rock Canyon

PROVO — Provo City dispatchers confirmed Sunday afternoon an ongoing rescue operation in Rock Canyon.

Two people injured in Rock Canyon

Pleasant Grove chooses new council member

PLEASANT GROVE — Eric Jensen was sworn in earlier this month as the newest member of the Pleasant Grove City Council after being chosen and appointed by the other council members.

Pleasant Grove chooses new council member

LDS Church dedicates Córdoba Argentina Temple

SALT LAKE CITY — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Sunday dedicated its second temple in Argentina, welcoming the Córdoba Argentina Temple as the church’s 145th operating temple.

LDS Church dedicates Córdoba Argentina Temple

Weekend storms bring much-needed rain to Utah County

PROVO — Attention, Utah County drivers: Don’t run your mud-splattered vehicle through the car wash just yet.

Weekend storms bring much-needed rain to Utah County

Utah sheriff: Body found in 1976 is that of Colorado man

TOOELE — Authorities in Utah think they finally know the identity of a man who was found dead 39 years ago near a landfill along the Nevada border.

Utah sheriff: Body found in 1976 is that of Colorado man

Pleasant Grove Police Department: Deciding when to use force and how much of it

This is the fourth in a six-week series of articles detailing the experiences of Daily Herald correspondent Laura Giles as a participant of the Pleasant Grove Police Department’s Citizens’ Academy.

Pleasant Grove Police Department: Deciding when to use force and how much of it

Alrededor de 300 personas murieron en batalla siria

Desde el miércoles pasado cuando empezó la ofensiva del grupo Estado Islámico contra la ciudad de Palmira

Alrededor de 300 personas murieron en batalla siria