Daily Archives: May 6, 2016

Petition claims substitute teacher banned from teaching at Lehi High

An online petition, asking that a substitute teacher be reinstated after being banned from teaching at Lehi High School, has collected more than 3,100 signatures in support as of Friday afternoon.

Petition claims substitute teacher banned from teaching at Lehi High

Czech record maker aims for global dominance

GZ Media, based in a small town south west of the Czech capital, has made deals with all the major music labels and is running its plant day and night, every day of the year — even on Christmas — to satisfy booming demand.

Czech record maker aims for global dominance

Publix announces salad, snack bar recalls

The store announced a voluntary recall for its Wheatberry Salad over listeria concerns. The grocery chain’s Sweet and Salty Almond Bars were recalled, also because of listeria concerns connected to sunflower seeds. The bars are distributed by TreeHouse Foods, which initiated the recall.

Publix announces salad, snack bar recalls

Leadercast offers big-screen motivation in Lakeland

She was referring to Aidan Hornaday, a harmonica-playing 15-year-old who became famous for his giving spirit after donating the $80 he made in tips inside an Atlanta restaurant to a charity benefiting children in Africa.

Leadercast offers big-screen motivation in Lakeland

Tampa Bay Times’ paper buy latest in grim news landscape

The purchase of the 123-year-old Tampa Tribune in Florida this week by the paper’s rival, The Tampa Bay Times, stunned employees and area residents. But media watchers largely shrugged, calling it the latest in a long slide of obsolescence for America’s print media.

Tampa Bay Times’ paper buy latest in grim news landscape

Hiring slowdown in April may signal caution about US economy

At the same time, companies raised pay, and their employees worked more hours — a combination that lifted income and, if sustained, could quicken the U.S. expansion.

Hiring slowdown in April may signal caution about US economy

Provo City Cemetery’s addition of 13,000 modern spaces nearly ready

Over that past few years, James Cornaby, Provo cemetery sexton and his staff of one have been working at a fever pitch to get a new addition to the Provo City Cemetery ready for business.

Provo City Cemetery’s addition of 13,000 modern spaces nearly ready

Tesla waging car-sales fight before Utah Supreme Court

SALT LAKE CITY — Tesla is fighting to sell its sleek electronic cars in Utah, arguing before the state supreme court that laws regulating traditional car dealers don’t apply to it because its business model is fundamentally different.

Tesla waging car-sales fight before Utah Supreme Court

Rep. Jason Chaffetz teaches Lehi fifth-graders how a bill becomes a law

“Shorter school hours!”

Rep. Jason Chaffetz teaches Lehi fifth-graders how a bill becomes a law

BYU to break ground on new engineering building today

Brigham Young University will break ground on its new building for the Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology Friday.

BYU to break ground on new engineering building today