Daily Archives: October 2, 2015

ADHD can be a blessing and a curse

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is usually thought of as a negative — something that needs to be fixed, or at least mitigated.

ADHD can be a blessing and a curse

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Harry’s Seafood Bar & Grill closes for kitchen remodel

Hold the crab cakes and crawfish etoufee, at least for the next couple of weeks. Harry’s Seafood Bar & Grille — which specializes in New Orleans-style cuisine — closed for kitchen renovations earlier this week.

Harry’s Seafood Bar & Grill closes for kitchen remodel

Scientist still looking for solutions to citrus growers’ biggest concern

Scientists have yet to crack the riddle behind pre-harvest fruit drop caused by citrus greening, but the research effort goes on.

Scientist still looking for solutions to citrus growers’ biggest concern

Short-term lending: Fast and easy loans come at price for small busineses

Short-term lending: Fast and easy loans come at price for small busineses

5 tips before you take out a loan

5 tips before you take out a loan

Disaster loans available for Polk flooding victims

Disaster loans available for Polk flooding victims

New series offers behind-the-scenes glimpse of Lindsey Stirling and Imagine Dragons

From hometown gigs to international stages, the path to success for local musicians such as Lindsey Stirling and Imagine Dragons has been an interesting battle. But everyone has to start somew…

New series offers behind-the-scenes glimpse of Lindsey Stirling and Imagine Dragons

Jason Chaffetz readies run for House speaker, sources say

Earlier this week, Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, was busy trying to push his colleague Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., to run for majority leader.

Jason Chaffetz readies run for House speaker, sources say

Storm brings hail, flooding to Lehi

Heavy rain and hail in Lehi on Friday left parking lots filled with water and storm drains overloaded and even some flooding to homes and yards.

Storm brings hail, flooding to Lehi

The business of stitching and selling for all American girls

She uses one hook for crocheting and two needles for knitting and has been creating beautiful pieces since third grade. Now retired from working in real estate, Christina Gillilan, of Lehi, kn…

The business of stitching and selling for all American girls