Daily Archives: September 16, 2015

Body of ‘eviDANCE’ points toward killer dance program in the concert hall

Brigham Young University’s premier dance ensembles are queuing up to kick off the school’s dance season with “eviDance.”

Body of ‘eviDANCE’ points toward killer dance program in the concert hall

Orem police searching for suspect in eye care center burglary

The Orem Police Department is searching for a man suspected of a smash-and-grab burglary at the Excel Eye Center in Orem.

Orem police searching for suspect in eye care center burglary

Miami-Dade outbreak threatens Florida agriculture

Florida citrus officials were watching the Oriental fly eradication with concern because of its potential impact to the orange, grapefruit and tangerine crops.

Miami-Dade outbreak threatens Florida agriculture

King of Beers: Makers of Budweiser, Miller eye global merger

The deal would create a multinational behemoth valued at around $275 billion with annual sales of $73.3 billion, more than three times its closest rival, Heineken.

King of Beers: Makers of Budweiser, Miller eye global merger

FedEx trims outlook, says company will hire 55,000 for peak season

FedEx has a facility in downtown Lakeland and a distribution center is slated to open in Davenport in 2016.

FedEx trims outlook, says company will hire 55,000 for peak season

Target hands workers Fitbits

The discount-store chain will push granola bars and healthy grab-and-go snacks over candy at the checkout and hand out free basic activity trackers from Fitbit Inc. to its more 300,000 employees as part of the effort.

Target hands workers Fitbits

Low pay and long, pricy commute often go hand in hand

Transportation costs and commute times have become an important factor in how income inequality plays out around the Puget Sound region, as those priced out of living close to job centers pay, instead, with their time.

Low pay and long, pricy commute often go hand in hand

Census: Income, poverty numbers stay just about the same

The Census Bureau, in its annual look at poverty and income in the United States, said both the country’s median income and poverty rate were statistically unchanged in 2014 from the previous year.

Census: Income, poverty numbers stay just about the same

Utah PTA awards honor to Mapleton teacher

Maple Ridge Elementary teacher Sherry Sandberg was recently presented the 2015 Utah PTA Golden Apple Award for Outstanding Educator. She was presented with a small cash award from Mountain Ame…

Utah PTA awards honor to Mapleton teacher

Fundraiser to benefit American Fork charter school

On Sept. 19, Doug Smith Chrysler Jeep Dodge will host a Drive for the Kids fundraiser at Odyssey Charter School during the school’s carnival, between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Parents, faculty and co…

Fundraiser to benefit American Fork charter school