Monthly Archives: October 2015

Halloween — the holiday where roads pose the greatest scare

Halloween is scary in so many ways — don’t make the roads an unnecessary horror over the holiday weekend.

Halloween — the holiday where roads pose the greatest scare

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Halloween all the rage in Japan as costume play

The spooky celebration is consuming the energy, fashion sense and wallets of people for the entire month of October, not just kids but also adults on the prowl with colorful parades, costume parties and pumpkin-inspired desserts, dress-up and decor everywhere.

Halloween all the rage in Japan as costume play

Eagle Ridge theater offers movie treat

Customers can buy one adult ticket to either movie and get a free children’s ticket.

Eagle Ridge theater offers movie treat

HP, a Silicon Valley icon, is ready for its break-up

But after struggling to keep pace with recent trends such as the rise of smartphones and cloud computing. HP’s board decided last year to create two smaller companies, each with a narrower focus.

HP, a Silicon Valley icon, is ready for its break-up

Big insurers remain upbeat on fledgling ACA exchanges

Aetna executives said Thursday that the exchanges, a key tenant in the overhaul’s push to cover millions of uninsured people, remain a good market, even though the insurer’s enrollment in them fell 11 percent to about 814,000 people in the third quarter. Leaders of the Blue Cross-Blue Shield insurer Anthem have voiced a similar sentiment, and UnitedHealth said earlier this month that it will expand into 11 more exchanges next year.

Big insurers remain upbeat on fledgling ACA exchanges

Man arrested in Saratoga Springs on reports of posting nude photos of minor online

A Somalian man was arrested in Saratoga Springs Thursday afternoon on suspicion of posting nude photos of a minor online.

Man arrested in Saratoga Springs on reports of posting nude photos of minor online

Bishop Davies devotional; Glamhive startup ambassadors; Relationships conference

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Bishop Davies devotional; Glamhive startup ambassadors; Relationships conference

Only known Utahn battle fatality of Civil War finally honored

Henry Wells Jackson served in the Mormon Battalion.

Only known Utahn battle fatality of Civil War finally honored

Lockhart family joins CJD walk to honor late Speaker of the House

In memory of their wife and mother, Becky Lockhart, the first female Utah Speaker of the House, Stan and Hannah Lockhart, of Provo, will join in a walk on behalf of those who have been affecte…

Lockhart family joins CJD walk to honor late Speaker of the House

UTA executives pledge to forgo bonuses through 2017

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Transit Authority executives say they will go without bonuses for at least two more years.

UTA executives pledge to forgo bonuses through 2017