Daily Archives: September 27, 2015

Utah County’s Most Wanted: Man wanted for burglary, violating protective order

The Utah County Sheriff’s Office is actively searching for Jeremy Ziegler, last known to live in the Provo area, for three warrants for his arrests.

Utah County’s Most Wanted: Man wanted for burglary, violating protective order

LDS Apostles express humble responses to a sacred calling

When he first received the call to serve as an apostle in the Quorum of the Twelve, President Spencer. W. Kimball, by his own personal account, was stunned. 

LDS Apostles express humble responses to a sacred calling

Orem veteran promises that Vietnam vets ‘will not be forgotten’

Gunnery Sergeant Gary Campbell doesn’t hesitate to talk about the Vietnam war because of a promise he made to the dead and living soldiers in the 1970s – they will not be forgotten.

Orem veteran promises that Vietnam vets ‘will not be forgotten’

Idina Menzel brings ‘Frozen’ qualities to UCCU Center

A new generation of fans got to know Idina Menzel through her work on the blockbuster movie “Frozen” and the song “Let It Go,” which became a huge crossover hit.

Idina Menzel brings ‘Frozen’ qualities to UCCU Center

New citrus tree production declined

The falloff in production of new grapefruit trees was particularly stark, down to just 81,666 new trees in 2014-15, nearly a two-thirds decline from the previous year, according to the recent report from the Bureau of Citrus Budwood Registration in Winter Haven, part of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

New citrus tree production declined

What to do when a PC won’t recognize a flash drive

What to do when a PC won’t recognize a flash drive

Ad blockers rise as ads annoy, bog down websites

All this might help users navigate, but it also threatens the livelihood of websites and publishers that depend heavily on advertising revenue — companies like Google, Hulu and The New York Times. While the rise in ad blocking isn’t causing panic yet, publishers and content creators are watching.

Ad blockers rise as ads annoy, bog down websites

Tech-savvy pair turns diet hacking into full-time experiment

Tucked away in the humidity-controlled, air-conditioned nook of the building, Alex Cho Snyder, 27, and Richard Sim, 26 — both gloved, goggled, in hairnets and face masks — are hacking the human diet. They spend their days measuring and experimenting with various flours and powders, mixing pancake batter-like drinks that promise to deliver complete nutrition.

Tech-savvy pair turns diet hacking into full-time experiment

Microsoft Office update emphasizes collaboration

Microsoft Office update emphasizes collaboration

In business

In business