Daily Archives: September 19, 2015

Mom recounts death by suicide of adult son

Karol Palmer lost her son to suicide six and a half years ago, on the Fourth of July in 2009.

Mom recounts death by suicide of adult son

Church teachings on suicide have changed through the years

The relationship between religion and suicide often has two faces.

Church teachings on suicide have changed through the years

LGBT individuals and families find hope and love at Affirmation conference

More than 500 Mormons who are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender — or know and love someone who is – came to the Utah County Convention Center this weekend for an annual Affirmation conference.

LGBT individuals and families find hope and love at Affirmation conference

Salt Lake Comic Con to host Guinness World Record attempt, Superhero Run

If you’re in need of a hero, Salt Lake Comic Con is the place to be next week. Not only does the event have a pretty elaborate celebrity guest lineup featuring actors and actresses who portray…

Salt Lake Comic Con to host Guinness World Record attempt, Superhero Run

Paige Davis on the business of being a celebrity spokesperson

The TLC television show “Trading Spaces” may not be airing anymore, but that doesn’t mean its former star, Paige Davis, isn’t just as busy.

Paige Davis on the business of being a celebrity spokesperson

From the Web: Local prankster Stuart Edge uses Siri to find a wife

If you’ve been looking for love in all the wrong places, you should probably ask local trickster Stuart Edge for some coaching, especially after checking out his latest YouTube video, “Using S…

From the Web: Local prankster Stuart Edge uses Siri to find a wife

Gadget Daddy: Library to offer help to socially (media) challenged

If you wonder about those social media outfits, the Bartow Public Library offers a road map in the form of a two-hour course.

Gadget Daddy: Library to offer help to socially (media) challenged

Artists’ co-op debuts in Dixieland

A husband-and-wife duo has established Django & Friends Dixieland Emporium, a co-op of artists that will have its grand opening Oct. 3.

Artists’ co-op debuts in Dixieland

Belk weighed many options before deciding to sell

A securities filing Friday showed that certain Belk board members were confident the Charlotte-based department store chain could continue as an independent company until as recently as late July and that the deal wasn’t sealed until Sycamore raised its offer to $68 per share from $65.50.

Belk weighed many options before deciding to sell

Source: UAW-Fiat Chrysler pact raises pay, profit-sharing

The deal, reached Tuesday, has been criticized by some workers on social media sites, but UAW President Dennis Williams said it achieves union goals of giving entry-level workers a path to higher pay, rewarding members for sacrifices made while FCA struggled financially, and dealing with escalating health care costs.

Source: UAW-Fiat Chrysler pact raises pay, profit-sharing