Monthly Archives: June 2016

Mesina’s Café expertly does meats, but could use some fine-tuning

For now, Mesina’s Café is the solution to some of downtown Provo’s culinary needs. For other existing needs, it’s a pretty good placeholder until something else comes along.

Mesina’s Café expertly does meats, but could use some fine-tuning

Mesina’s Café expertly does meats, but could use some fine-tuning

For now, Mesina’s Café is the solution to some of downtown Provo’s culinary needs. For other existing needs, it’s a pretty good placeholder until something else comes along.

Mesina’s Café expertly does meats, but could use some fine-tuning

Utah Valley Hospital’s Patient Tower becomes county’s tallest building

The dark outline of steel that’s risen into the Provo skyline over the past several months, dotted with workers in fluorescent vests and white hard hats, has reached its peak.

Utah Valley Hospital’s Patient Tower becomes county’s tallest building

2 top executives among 15 eliminated under restructuring

Tammy Wiard, director of retail marketing, announced her departure at the June 14 Florida Citrus Commission meeting and thanked the commissioners for the opportunity to serve the industry. She earned an annual salary of $107,000.

2 top executives among 15 eliminated under restructuring

Government urges owners of old Hondas to get air bags fixed

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Thursday that it has data showing that chances are as high as 50 percent that the inflators can explode in a crash, injuring people by sending metal shrapnel into the passenger compartments.

Government urges owners of old Hondas to get air bags fixed

Film studio Lionsgate to buy Starz

Both companies held on-and-off talks for some time. The long-anticipated deal will help diversify Lionsgate’s business and make its financials less dependent on whether it can deliver a hit movie, according to Jefferies analyst John Janedis.

Film studio Lionsgate to buy Starz

Other Europeans unhappy with EU could seek to follow UK out

Across the continent, anti-EU sentiment is bubbling up, fueled by far-right movements and others unhappy about government spending cuts, the influx of migrants and other policies overseen from the 28-nation bloc’s headquarters in Brussels.

Other Europeans unhappy with EU could seek to follow UK out

Utah Valley Hospital’s Patient Tower becomes county’s tallest building

The dark outline of steel that’s risen into the Provo skyline over the past several months, dotted with workers in fluorescent vests and white hard hats, has reached its peak.

Utah Valley Hospital’s Patient Tower becomes county’s tallest building

Other Europeans unhappy with EU could seek to follow UK out

Across the continent, anti-EU sentiment is bubbling up, fueled by far-right movements and others unhappy about government spending cuts, the influx of migrants and other policies overseen from the 28-nation bloc’s headquarters in Brussels.

Other Europeans unhappy with EU could seek to follow UK out

Transient man arrested in Provo on reports of beating man with skateboard

A transient man was arrested early Thursday morning in Provo on reports that he sent a man to the hospital after beating him with a skateboard.

Transient man arrested in Provo on reports of beating man with skateboard