Daily Archives: July 18, 2016

Spanish Fork officers react to Louisiana shooting day after arriving back from Dallas funerals

Three Spanish Fork Police Department officers returned to Utah on Saturday after attending memorial services for police officers killed in Dallas last week, only to hear of three more officers being shot to death in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the day…

Spanish Fork officers react to Louisiana shooting day after arriving back from Dallas funerals

Boral Roofing shows community spirit

Since its inception in 1987, East Polk’s Habitat for Humanity branch has donated more than 140 homes. Boral has provided brick, stone, trim and roofing to the nonprofit. Baldwin, who has also volunteered for 20 years with Habitat, including as a site foreman, said she enjoys working for a company that’s willing to give back.

Boral Roofing shows community spirit

Do women in tech get pushed more onto the ‘glass cliff’?

When the shouting does come, it’s likely to include even more analysis about Mayer’s tenure – what her time at the helm will say about women in technology, what she could have done differently, how she might spend the $55 million in severance she could receive in the event of a change in control.

Do women in tech get pushed more onto the ‘glass cliff’?

Tough times mark citrus season

The slide slowed because of a better-than-expected, late-season Valencia orange crop, which came in at 45.4 million boxes, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. That represented a 13.5 percent increase in the USDA’s initial October forecast of 40 million boxes, but the 2015-16 Valencia harvest still fell 8.4 percent below the previous season’s crop of 49.55 million boxes.

Tough times mark citrus season

In medical mystery, caregiver of Utah Zika patient gets virus

SALT LAKE CITY — A person who cared for a Zika-infected relative in Utah also got the virus, but exactly how it was transmitted is a medical mystery, health officials announced Monday.

In medical mystery, caregiver of Utah Zika patient gets virus

Salt Lake officials consider carpools to ease skiing traffic

SALT LAKE CITY — A so-called “casual” or “slugging” carpool system — in which strangers ride together in personal cars — that’s already popular in other major cities is being discussed as a way to alleviate traffic congestion up through…

Salt Lake officials consider carpools to ease skiing traffic

The ‘What Say Ye?’ podcast: @ProvoGirlsAmIRight founders on stereotypes and the pitfalls of texting

Around here, the Instagram account @ProvoGirlsAmIRight is pretty famous — or infamous, depending on whom you ask. In Part 1 of our two-part series on Provo dating, we interview the creators of @ProvoGirlsAmIRight about dealing in stereotypes, growing and responding…

The ‘What Say Ye?’ podcast: @ProvoGirlsAmIRight founders on stereotypes and the pitfalls of texting

Utah wants to drop pay-to-play case against 1 ex-top lawman

SALT LAKE CITY — Prosecutors are moving to drop pay-to-play charges against former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff, two years after the high-profile arrest of the former top lawman.

Utah wants to drop pay-to-play case against 1 ex-top lawman

Utah Lake’s toxic algae bloom extends into Jordan River

Utah Lake’s toxic algae bloom extends into Jordan River

Provo strongman getting stronger for world competition

Kevin Faires stares ahead with a determined and steadfast look as he prepares to do a set of box squats with 640 pounds. He starts off slow and easy, eyes still focused dead ahead like he is memorizing the blank…

Provo strongman getting stronger for world competition