Daily Archives: July 13, 2016

Nebo Board of Education to discuss compensation raise

A public meeting will be held Wednesday night in Spanish Fork for the public to discuss with the Nebo Board of Education on possible raises in their monthly compensations.

Nebo Board of Education to discuss compensation raise

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Fed survey finds modest growth across most of the US

In its latest survey of business conditions, the Fed found modest growth in 11 of 12 regions. Cleveland reported "little change" in growth. In its previous survey, the Fed reported modest growth in half the regions. The energy sector, hard hit by low oil prices, remains weak.

Fed survey finds modest growth across most of the US

Bereavement fares have disappeared on most US airlines

Among the largest U.S. airlines, only Delta Air Lines and Alaska Airlines still offer so-called bereavement fares. Those tickets, however, come with a big caveat.

Bereavement fares have disappeared on most US airlines

Amazon’s 2nd Prime Day orders breezed past first-year totals

Amazon says Prime Day orders rose 60 percent globally this year versus last year’s inaugural showing. It says sales of Amazon’s own electronic devices were particularly strong.

Amazon’s 2nd Prime Day orders breezed past first-year totals

Businesses try to keep calm amid uncertainty of Brexit vote

The plunge in the pound against the U.S. dollar after the vote three weeks ago makes goods and services more expensive for those in the U.K., and means British tourists get less for their money while traveling elsewhere.
Many of the companies are trying to plot a course without clarity on exactly when or how a split may occur.

Businesses try to keep calm amid uncertainty of Brexit vote

Mosaic shuts down mine in Canada

Shutting down the Colonsay, Saskatchewan, mine will allow Mosaic to meet current demand through its lower-cost Esterhazy and Belle Plaine mines, also in Canada, during a slack market, the statement said.

Mosaic shuts down mine in Canada

Payson man arrested for reported intent to deal drugs

The Utah County Major Crimes Task Force arrested a Payson man Tuesday who was reportedly intending to deal drugs.

Payson man arrested for reported intent to deal drugs

US officials meet with returned LDS missionary jailed in Venezuela

CARACAS, Venezuela — An American jailed in Venezuela has met with U.S. diplomats.

US officials meet with returned LDS missionary jailed in Venezuela

Ex-Utah attorney general John Swallow asks judge to toss bribery charges

SALT LAKE CITY — Lawyers for a former Utah attorney general are asking a judge to dismiss an influence-peddling case against him, arguing prosecutors wrongly obtained thousands of protected emails between John Swallow and his former lawyer.

Ex-Utah attorney general John Swallow asks judge to toss bribery charges

Officials: BYU police records not required to be public under state law

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah public records officials say Brigham Young University’s police department is not a public institution and its records do not have to be released under the state open records law.

Officials: BYU police records not required to be public under state law