Daily Archives: October 23, 2015

Phew: US stocks return to black after summer swoon

The stock market is back in the black for the year after a bruising late-August tumble that had investors worrying about their money in a way they hadn’t in four years.

Phew: US stocks return to black after summer swoon

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Stone endorses Van Buren for Provo’s 4th District

The contest for the District 4 seat on the Provo Municipal Council can hardly be called a race.

Stone endorses Van Buren for Provo’s 4th District

Halloween ‘tricks’ get high-tech

Today’s haunted houses are much more high tech. Computers, lasers and motion detectors make spooky spookier.

Halloween ‘tricks’ get high-tech

Orange juice sales continue downward glide

Citrus growers and juice processors saw last season’s OJ sales fall 6.7 percent, close to the 6.4 percent drop seen in 2013-14, according to the most recent report released by the Florida Department of Citrus.

Orange juice sales continue downward glide

Drought takes toll on ‘agritourism’ farms that once drew big Halloween crowds

Around California, the drought has taken a toll on small “agritourism” farms that once thrived on the Halloween season crowd. Some have closed, while others have stopped growing their own pumpkins or trimmed acres from their corn mazes and canceled activities that require water.

Drought takes toll on ‘agritourism’ farms that once drew big Halloween crowds

Egg industry group CEO steps down after vegan mayo scramble

Joanne Ivy retired at the end of September. Before the release of the emails, the egg board said Ivy would retire Dec. 31.

Egg industry group CEO steps down after vegan mayo scramble

Free housing, other efforts try to attract women to tech

Mandyam and seven other women are sharing a 3,100-square home, rent-free, blocks from the University of Washington. TUNE, a software startup that provides technology for marketers, is paying the rent for the house with the goal of creating a supportive community for UW women interested in computer science and technology.

Free housing, other efforts try to attract women to tech

Undergraduate research; Day of Dignity; Writing for change

Brigham Young University

Undergraduate research; Day of Dignity; Writing for change

LDS Church addresses Heavenly Mother, women and the priesthood

The role of women in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been an issue of much discussion over the past several years, an issue that the LDS Church addressed Friday.

LDS Church addresses Heavenly Mother, women and the priesthood

BYU increases tuition for upcoming academic year

Students attending Brigham Young University next fall will be paying a minimum of $75 more per semester than they did this academic year.

BYU increases tuition for upcoming academic year