Daily Archives: June 14, 2015

Perfect ACT scores on the rise in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — More Utah high school students have registered perfect scores on the ACT college entrance exam, diminishing the significance of an achievement that used to be quite rare.

Perfect ACT scores on the rise in Utah

World War II vet recalls life in the wild blue yonder

When he was 16, Charles Kallman climbed out of his window, hitchhiked to Atlantic City and lied about his age to enlist in the United States Coast Guard during World War II. He served in the M…

World War II vet recalls life in the wild blue yonder

Polk County People & Changes (June 14)

Polk County People & Changes (June 14)

Do you know more about Pixar than Provo’s Derrick Clements? Probably not.

To say Derrick Clements loves Pixar really undersells it.

Do you know more about Pixar than Provo’s Derrick Clements? Probably not.

Recalls for June 14th, 2015

Recalls for June 14th, 2015

Duct Tape Regatta highlights grand opening of Bartholomew Park

SPRINGVILLE — More than 20 teams competed Saturday in the first Duct Tape Regatta as a part of the grand opening of the new Wayne Bartholomew Family Park in Springville.

Duct Tape Regatta highlights grand opening of Bartholomew Park

Auto Title Lending May Not be Safe Road

Cash-strapped consumers are being shown a new place to find money: their driveways.

Auto Title Lending May Not be Safe Road

Johnson & Johnson Puts Focus on Diabetes

Johnson & Johnson has begun a research partnership to find the root cause of Type 1 diabetes and stop the hormonal disorder in its tracks.

Johnson & Johnson Puts Focus on Diabetes

Pinterest Ramps Up Efforts to Attract More Men to Use Site

Artist Tim Odell uses Pinterest to gather images of classic Pontiac cars, U.S. Navy battleships and medieval armor, which he recreates as a hobby.

Pinterest Ramps Up Efforts to Attract More Men to Use Site