Daily Archives: September 2, 2015

Mobile app brings Provo history to the present

The Provo Landmarks Commission, along with the city’s community development department and some innovative students at Utah Valley University, have developed a mobile app for Android devices t…

Mobile app brings Provo history to the present

Lehi Heritage Day celebrates booming city’s humble past

Last year, the Lehi Historical Society organized the Lehi Heritage Day event, unsure whether anyone would come.

Lehi Heritage Day celebrates booming city’s humble past

Provo Photo Contest winners announced, photos released

The votes have been tallied and the results are in – the winners of this year’s Provo Photo Contest were officially announced Monday by Provo Mayor John Curtis on his blog, Provo Insider.

Provo Photo Contest winners announced, photos released

India SUV maker rides into US market … on a scooter

Mahindra hopes to win over city and campus dwellers with a $2,999, Vespa-like electric scooter called the GenZe, which goes on sale this fall in California, Oregon and Michigan.

India SUV maker rides into US market … on a scooter

Turn off the news and pull out checkbook

It is easy to get caught up in all of the noise, but it is times like these, when the market is down, that it is most important to stay invested.

Turn off the news and pull out checkbook

Almost 300 new homes coming to Davenport

The models will have three, four and five-bedroom floor plans starting at about 1,800 square feet of living area up to 3,300 square feet, he said. They will be priced in the low $200,000 range.

Almost 300 new homes coming to Davenport

Egg group scrambled over eggless mayo maker

The American Egg Board, which is responsible for the "Incredible, Edible Egg" slogan, waged a campaign to counter the emergence of Hampton Creek’s Just Mayo spread, and even tried to prevent its sale at Whole Foods grocery stores, according to documents provided to The Associated Press.

Egg group scrambled over eggless mayo maker

Private sector firms added 190,000 jobs in August

The job growth was an improvement over July’s 177,000 figure, which was revised down from the initial report of 185,000.

Private sector firms added 190,000 jobs in August

UCAR CEO Taylor Oldroyd resigns to move to Montana

The Utah Central Association of Realtors in Orem announced Tuesday that current CEO Taylor Oldroyd will resign and depart for a new position in Montana at the end of this month. After serving …

UCAR CEO Taylor Oldroyd resigns to move to Montana

Student of the Week: Cooper Christensen

Cooper Christensen, 11, was chosen as this week’s Student of the Week. He is from Payson and is a sixth-grader at Barnett Elementary.

Student of the Week: Cooper Christensen