Daily Archives: April 9, 2016

UVU students fight autism with paint war

Utah Valley University students converged Saturday on the Orem campus intramural fields in the name of a good cause — and in the name of a good paint fight.

UVU students fight autism with paint war

Pilot program allowing prenatal courses to be given online

A regional pilot program allowing expectant parents to take prenatal courses online may soon be rolled out throughout Intermountain Healthcare.

Pilot program allowing prenatal courses to be given online

Evil Scientist Academy: Bring on the chemical chaos

The look on the students’ faces tells all – these kids love their class even during spring break from public school.

Evil Scientist Academy: Bring on the chemical chaos

Dick’s opens new sporting goods store in American Fork

A second Dick’s Sporting Goods opened in Utah County on Friday, less than 13 miles away from the first Dick’s in Orem. The location for the American Fork Dick’s was determined in part by the business growth along the Tech…

Dick’s opens new sporting goods store in American Fork

Salt Lake Comic Con says $10K VIP tickets don’t exist

SALT LAKE CITY — Comic Con officials are disputing a prosecutor’s claim that people can get $10,000 tickets to a VIP room at the pop-culture event in Salt Lake City.

Salt Lake Comic Con says $10K VIP tickets don’t exist

Utah County GOP chairman defends requirement of candidates to sign fitness pledges

In response to backlash received over “fitness pledges,” the Utah County Republican Chairman, Craig Frank, released a statement Friday in defense of the way the party bylaws are being enforced.

Utah County GOP chairman defends requirement of candidates to sign fitness pledges

UVU autism conference spreads message of hope

Utah Valley University’s Conference on Autism Friday wanted parents of children with autism to focus on what their children can do, instead of focusing on their struggles.

UVU autism conference spreads message of hope