Daily Archives: July 14, 2016

Duncan Aviation announces Provo expansion

After competing with the likes of Odgen and Albuquerque, New Mexico, Provo has been selected as the city of choice for a major expansion announced by Duncan Aviation.

Duncan Aviation announces Provo expansion

Centro Hispano conducts cultural awareness training with Provo PD

With the national conversation of police intervention focusing on African Americans, many police forces are additionally inspired to focus policing and training on other minority groups as well.

Centro Hispano conducts cultural awareness training with Provo PD

Irked owners trying to pry ‘Pokemon Go’ clutch from property

For Valerie Janovic, a 19-year-old psychology major at Brandeis University, the game went too far when the image of a poison-gas-emitting pocket monster called "Koffing" was pictured near the U.S. Holocaust museum’s exhibit on World War II gas chamber victims. Her online petition to have the site removed from the game has collected more than 4,500 supporters by Thursday.

Irked owners trying to pry ‘Pokemon Go’ clutch from property

Investors shrug at longest profit slump since the recession

Investors are comfortable enough with the yearlong sag that they pushed stock prices to all-time highs this past week. The records were notched just as companies began to report how much they made from April through June, and expectations are largely glum.

Investors shrug at longest profit slump since the recession

CSX sees profits falling through 2016 as volume slows

CSX reported this week that second-quarter profit tumbled 20 percent to $445 million with volume sliding 9 percent. It still beat Wall Street expectations, but that’s because it’s slashing costs.

CSX sees profits falling through 2016 as volume slows

Publix adds to Virginia expansion plans

The Lakeland-based chain announced the agreement with AholdUSA Inc.’s affiliate, Giant/Martin’s, on Wednesday along with its intention to convert the stores into Publix locations.

Publix adds to Virginia expansion plans

Duct tape and passion: ‘The Fantasticks’ opens new season at the Covey Center

It’s late afternoon in the small Brinton Black Box Theatre of the Covey Center in Provo last week, where I’m hoping to find out about “The Fantasticks,”which opens Thursday.

Duct tape and passion: ‘The Fantasticks’ opens new season at the Covey Center

Springville police arrest man who reportedly set his own house on fire

A man was arrested early Thursday morning in Springville after he reportedly set his house on fire in an attempt to “get rid of stuff.”

Springville police arrest man who reportedly set his own house on fire

Utah Valley Everyday Hero: Provo postal workers recognized for 150 combined years of safe driving

Postal carriers are some of the nation’s truly unsung heroes — and especially in Utah, where they truly do deliver the mail through snow, rain, heat and even gloom of night.

Utah Valley Everyday Hero: Provo postal workers recognized for 150 combined years of safe driving

Indoor bounce house facility to open

Indoor bounce house facility to open