Daily Archives: July 8, 2016

Act of vandalism in American Fork targets veteran’s memorial

A 911 American Fork veteran’s memorial at the municipal cemetery was targeted in an act of criminal mischief and police are reaching out to anyone who might have a clue as to who did this.

Act of vandalism in American Fork targets veteran’s memorial

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Candlelight vigil to be held Sunday in Provo for slain Dallas officers

A candlelight vigil will be held Sunday evening in Provo to honor the victims of Thursday night’s shooting of police officers in Dallas.

Candlelight vigil to be held Sunday in Provo for slain Dallas officers

Robust hiring gain in June points to a resilient US economy

Last month’s gain — 287,000 jobs, the most since October 2015 — showed that employers shook off a hiring slump in April and May and suggested that the economy will continue to grow steadily.

Robust hiring gain in June points to a resilient US economy

Warnings of British economic downturn piling up

On Friday, market research firm GfK found that consumer confidence took a dive in the wake of the June 23 decision to leave the EU. In a one-off survey to gauge the impact of the referendum result, it said its core index of consumer confidence dropped by 8 points to minus 9 in July, its lowest level since December 2013.

Warnings of British economic downturn piling up

NYC cracks down on ‘air conditioning the sidewalk’

Now the nation’s biggest city is pushing businesses to cool it on such wastefulness. Under an expanded law that took full effect this week, most stores and restaurants could be fined $250 or more if they keep their doors or windows open while running the A/C.

NYC cracks down on ‘air conditioning the sidewalk’

Young people not rushing into home market yet

Millennials are people born roughly between 1980 and 2000, thus in their mid-20s to mid-30s now. That’s traditionally been the time for previous generations to fly from the nest and strike out on their own. But many haven’t so far.

Young people not rushing into home market yet

Sgt. Cory Wride’s widow traveling to Dallas to support families of fallen officers

In the wake of tragedies such as Thursday night’s shooting in Dallas, prayers and thoughts so often turn to the families of the victims.

Sgt. Cory Wride’s widow traveling to Dallas to support families of fallen officers

BYU hosting conferences on family history, books for young readers; UVU adds program, scholarship

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BYU hosting conferences on family history, books for young readers; UVU adds program, scholarship

More Utah students filling out financial aid application

SALT LAKE CITY — Officials say the number federal student aid applications in Utah are on the rise, even as numbers nationally fall.

More Utah students filling out financial aid application

What do Facebook’s News Feed changes mean for me? (And the news I get from the Daily Herald on Facebook?)

You may have heard Facebook is making changes that will impact what you see in your News Feed.

What do Facebook’s News Feed changes mean for me? (And the news I get from the Daily Herald on Facebook?)