Monthly Archives: January 2016

Utah man crafts igloo after low snowfall years

OGDEN, Utah — The National Weather Service may be able to offer statistics of increased precipitation this year, but Ogden resident Mark Wayment has a visual.

Utah man crafts igloo after low snowfall years

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When your toddler flushes an heirloom ring down the toilet, who you going to call?

Lehi’s wastewater team members are unknown heroes in their own city.

When your toddler flushes an heirloom ring down the toilet, who you going to call?

Steve Densley: Politics and the dog pound

I once asked a former governor if I should run for U.S. Congress. He smiled and said, “If you are going to be in politics and want a friend, you better buy a dog.”

Steve Densley: Politics and the dog pound

From the Web: GENTRI ‘soldiers’ on with new, inspiring music video

Whether you pick up weapons in a battlefield or even just the tools of your trade, whether you suffer from illness or fight the small important battles of everyday life, the latest music video…

From the Web: GENTRI ‘soldiers’ on with new, inspiring music video

Lehi’s new Teton Toys store hoping to draw kids — young and old — from big box shops

Wes Gardner, owner of Teton Toys in Lehi, credits his business success to Legos.

Lehi’s new Teton Toys store hoping to draw kids — young and old — from big box shops

Editorial: When Utahns are too judgmental

In the past, the state of Utah has been a place of refuge for several groups of people. But in recent time, while some groups have received acceptance and solidarity, it seems some Utah reside…

Editorial: When Utahns are too judgmental

Mayor Jim Miller: Building Saratoga Springs’ community and breaking ground for business

I continue to marvel at the progress and growth of Saratoga Springs. Growing up in Lehi, I used to hunt rabbits in many of the areas that are now occupied by homes, neighborhoods and businesse…

Mayor Jim Miller: Building Saratoga Springs’ community and breaking ground for business

Utah Muslims actively seeking understanding amid turbulent US atmosphere

Ahmad Salah came to Provo to do graduate studies at Brigham Young University in September of 2001. In hindsight he admits it may not have been the best timing.

Utah Muslims actively seeking understanding amid turbulent US atmosphere

A nod to Polk staples: New eating recommendations good for locally produced food

A nod to Polk staples: New eating recommendations good for locally produced food

Tech review: Going offline with Google Maps

Tech review: Going offline with Google Maps