Daily Archives: May 10, 2016

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Lindsey Smith

Lindsey Smith is a fifth-grade teacher at Westside Elementary School in Springville. She was chose as the Daily Herald’s Utah Valley Educator of the Week.

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Lindsey Smith

Doctors unsure how to comply with new ‘unnecessary’ Utah fetal pain law

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s first-in-the-nation requirement that fetuses receive anesthesia or painkillers before some abortions takes effect Tuesday, but doctors say it’s unnecessary and impossible to comply with.

Doctors unsure how to comply with new ‘unnecessary’ Utah fetal pain law

Utah lawmakers consider allowing lawyers in academic hearing

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah lawmakers may require state universities to allow students accused of sexual assault to bring lawyers to school disciplinary hearings.

Utah lawmakers consider allowing lawyers in academic hearing

Utah working to prevent elderly isolation through digital literacy

For those who are wary of technology, a gifted smartphone or e-reader might sit collecting dust in a drawer because someone doesn’t know how to use it.

Utah working to prevent elderly isolation through digital literacy

Joe Vera’s Mexican Restaurant is making a move … down the street

Joe Vera’s Mexican Restaurant is a longtime staple of downtown Provo, and a favorite when it comes to authentic Mexican cuisine. If you’re planning to get your fix of their magnificent meal options in the future, though, you might want…

Joe Vera’s Mexican Restaurant is making a move … down the street

Dundee antique business is a family affair

Rather than spending her golden years traveling, knitting or playing shuffleboard, Jean Carroll enjoys polishing silver and teaching her customers some of the history behind the items in her shop.

Dundee antique business is a family affair

Florida, Polk home sales on the rise

So far, Florida’s single-family housing market has seen more closed sales and higher median prices compared to last year.

Florida, Polk home sales on the rise

Citrus forecast improves amid industry worries

Florida’s citrus industry got a little positive news Tuesday as an updated crop estimate for the season stood 7 percent above a projection released in April.

Citrus forecast improves amid industry worries

Vehicle rollover near American Fork slows southbound I-15 traffic to crawl

A pickup truck rollover just south of the Pioneer Crossing and Interstate 15 interchange made quite a mess of afternoon traffic on Tuesday.

Vehicle rollover near American Fork slows southbound I-15 traffic to crawl

Panama Papers offshore companies data spurs anti-graft moves

The latest release of the names of thousands of offshore companies and other financial data of the rich and powerful is spurring renewed calls to counter corruption and tax evasion.

Panama Papers offshore companies data spurs anti-graft moves