Daily Archives: July 4, 2016

Freedom Festival Grand Parade draws thousands for a patriotic display of color and music

Though the Freedom Festival Grand Parade followed a slightly different route this year, it didn’t stop thousands from lining the streets of downtown Provo on Monday morning.

Freedom Festival Grand Parade draws thousands for a patriotic display of color and music

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BYU research could aid fight to stop invasive emerald ash borer

The secret to stopping the emerald ash borer may be in its eyes.

BYU research could aid fight to stop invasive emerald ash borer

Hand in Hand Outdoors: healing through nature

Raymond Musser wipes a few tears from his eyes as his boat rocks back and forth against the mild wind and waves of Strawberry Reservoir.

Hand in Hand Outdoors: healing through nature

Mosquito Joe buzzes into area

Mosquito Joe of Polk County is the Virginia-based company’s tenth location in Florida. Gina — who is in charge of day-to-day operations — said the couple decided to open its own franchise after realizing they didn’t have access to any of the state’s nine other locations.

Mosquito Joe buzzes into area

OFFICE COACH: Retired worker attends functions without paying

OFFICE COACH: Retired worker attends functions without paying

ON THE JOB: 4 steps to stem political disruption at work

Just weeks before what’s expected to be rousing Republican and Democratic national conventions, the presidential campaign has elevated political tension in the United States.

ON THE JOB: 4 steps to stem political disruption at work

When work slows in summer, work out

Fitness experts say that while those activities are admirable, high-performance exercise is more than you need to get benefits. And, they say summer is the ideal time to start routines like Perez’s that fit easily into your work-life balance and can improve your health.

When work slows in summer, work out