Daily Archives: February 15, 2016

Utah Valley University satellite may open in Eagle Mountain

The city of Eagle Mountain has been wooing universities and colleges for years to establish an educational center in Cedar Valley and has won over Utah Valley University to establish a satelli…

Utah Valley University satellite may open in Eagle Mountain

Congress bans import of forced labor products

An expose by The Associated Press last year found Thai companies ship seafood to the U.S. that was caught and processed by trapped and enslaved workers.

Congress bans import of forced labor products

In southern Europe, an astute negotiator unpicks austerity

While Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras struggles with the competing demands of bailout creditors and demonstrators on budget austerity cuts, and with Spain’s top politicians unable to unblock a post-election stalemate, Costa is providing a lesson for Europe’s financially troubled southern countries on how to move things forward.

In southern Europe, an astute negotiator unpicks austerity

New director of sales hired at The Lakeland Center

New director of sales hired at The Lakeland Center

Three arrested in Orem on reports of distribution of methamphetamine

Three individuals were arrested in Orem Saturday morning on suspicion of having distributable quantities of methamphetamine in their car.

Three arrested in Orem on reports of distribution of methamphetamine

Utah lawmakers eying major tax jumps on e-cigarettes

SALT LAKE CITY — Taxes on electronic cigarettes could jump in Utah to help pay for health care programs that Utah lawmakers are considering.

Utah lawmakers eying major tax jumps on e-cigarettes

American Fork police arrest convict who fled halfway house

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah police have arrested a convict they say fled a halfway house and later led officers on a chase and rammed a police car.

American Fork police arrest convict who fled halfway house

Utah colleges not graduating enough teachers for demand

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s public schools need more teachers to fill their classrooms, but state colleges say young students are showing hardly any interest in the profession.

Utah colleges not graduating enough teachers for demand

Pollution and pregnancy: Free seminar to discus adverse affects

Pregnant woman have additional worries on bad air days, and a free educational seminar looks to address them.

Pollution and pregnancy: Free seminar to discus adverse affects

Santaquin man arrested on suspicion of armed robbery of convenience store

A Santaquin man was booked into Utah County Jail early Saturday morning on reports robbing a convenience store.

Santaquin man arrested on suspicion of armed robbery of convenience store