Daily Archives: February 21, 2016

Utah man mistakenly kills son while target shooting

SNOWVILLE, Utah — Authorities in Box Elder County say a man accidentally shot and killed his adult son while the two were target shooting.

Utah man mistakenly kills son while target shooting

Birthing convention teaches local moms about their choices

The Salt Lake Community College Miller Conference Center had a significantly different feel Saturday than its young student vibe on normal weekdays.

Birthing convention teaches local moms about their choices

Utah Valley Ministerial Association changes name to be inclusive

For years the Utah Valley Ministerial Association has been a gathering place for priests, ministers, pastors, preachers and bishops to come and unite efforts providing for the needs of the gre…

Utah Valley Ministerial Association changes name to be inclusive

Local school districts speak out about what they want in the next state superintendent

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Brad Smith resigned Wednesday after 15 months in the position, leaving a vacancy with no clear timeline of being filled.

Local school districts speak out about what they want in the next state superintendent

Taking The Plunge: People plunge into cold water to raise money for Special Olympics Utah

Taking The Plunge: People plunge into cold water to raise money for Special Olympics Utah

Lakeland company a major supplier to global beverage industry

Treatt USA in Lakeland is the parent company’s biggest subsidiary and deals mostly in creating and selling flavors to the global beverage industry, representing about 70 percent of its business, Reeve said. It also has facilities in China and Kenya.

Lakeland company a major supplier to global beverage industry

How to update while avoiding Windows 10

How to update while avoiding Windows 10

Big US banks to roll out ATMs that take smartphones

Over the next few months, the nation’s three biggest banks will start rolling out ATMs that will let customers withdraw currency using their smartphones instead of debit cards — the latest step toward a future in which phones could replace bank branches and wallets.

Big US banks to roll out ATMs that take smartphones

People and changes

People and changes

Jeb Bush drops out of the Republican race for president

COLUMBIA, S.C.  — Republican Jeb Bush ended his campaign for the presidency Saturday after a disappointing finish in South Carolina, acknowledging his failure to harness the hopes of Republica…

Jeb Bush drops out of the Republican race for president