Daily Archives: October 10, 2015

Mountain Vista business park in a boom

Chris McKay and his partners Bonneville Construction and developer Stan Ricks are creating a lot of excitement in south Provo.

Mountain Vista business park in a boom

Jim Tilson: It wasn’t always death and destruction

Five minutes after being in Vietnam, Army private Jim Tilson was soaked to his skin and it wasn’t raining.

Jim Tilson: It wasn’t always death and destruction

Band Dads: ‘The most expensive T-shirt I ever got’

Tim Osborn volunteered to build props for the American Fork High School Marching Band. That’s all the time he could give, but with a child in the band for the first time, he wanted to show his…

Band Dads: ‘The most expensive T-shirt I ever got’

Mormons gather to discuss race issues within faith

SALT LAKE CITY — African-American Mormons discussed the ongoing challenges of belonging to a predominantly white religion Friday during a university conference designed to address the status o…

Mormons gather to discuss race issues within faith

Springville woman’s 50-plus annual performances are serving deceased vets

A veteran’s funeral without taps just isn’t complete, which is why one Springville resident has donated her trumpet-playing talent and untold hours of service to play for free at veteran funer…

Springville woman’s 50-plus annual performances are serving deceased vets

BYU sells ‘ponderize’ shirts after LDS leader’s apology

SALT LAKE CITY — Brigham Young University is selling shirts emblazoned with a made-up word that landed a Mormon leader in hot water after his son attempted to capitalize on the expression.

BYU sells ‘ponderize’ shirts after LDS leader’s apology

New CEO plans to concentrate on people

New CEO plans to concentrate on people

Ruling alters franchise owner’s relation with employees

Ruling alters franchise owner’s relation with employees

Target using Minneapolis store for tests

Target using Minneapolis store for tests

Utah lawmaker pleads guilty to fraud charge, resigns

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah state lawmaker who could not account for $24,000 in missing money pleaded guilty to a fraud charge and resigned in a surprise move Friday.

Utah lawmaker pleads guilty to fraud charge, resigns