Daily Archives: August 10, 2016

Occupational medicine centers sold in Lakeland, Bartow

Tuesday morning, U.S. HealthWorks announced it had acquired all 14 Lakeside Occupational Medicine Centers in Central Florida, including facilities at 1750 N. Broadway Ave. in Bartow and 5040 U.S. 98 N. in Lakeland.

Occupational medicine centers sold in Lakeland, Bartow

Ways to save on back-to-school clothing shopping

There are plenty of fashion trends that experts say should help pique shoppers’ interest for the back-to-school season. That could provide a sales bounce for retailers after last year’s dearth of mainstream looks hurt business. The trick for shoppers: taking advantage of timing and tools to stay within a budget.

Ways to save on back-to-school clothing shopping

Deputies arrest man in Springville for forging signature to illegally purchase vehicle

Deputies with the Utah County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man Tuesday in Springville on reports that he fraudulently purchased a vehicle by forging his grandfather’s signature.

Deputies arrest man in Springville for forging signature to illegally purchase vehicle

Delta struggles through third day of computer problems

More than 300 flights were canceled by the afternoon, in addition to the 800 scrapped Tuesday and 1,000 canceled Monday. Hundreds of other flights were delayed Wednesday. Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian once again apologized for the meltdown.

Delta struggles through third day of computer problems

Occupational medicine centers sold in Lakeland, Bartow

Tuesday morning, U.S. HealthWorks announced it had acquired all 14 Lakeside Occupational Medicine Centers in Central Florida, including facilities at 1750 N. Broadway Ave. in Bartow and 5040 U.S. 98 N. in Lakeland.

Occupational medicine centers sold in Lakeland, Bartow

American Express to lay off more than 100 Utah employees

TAYLORSVILLE — A spokesman for American Express says the company is laying off as many as 170 employees in Utah.

American Express to lay off more than 100 Utah employees

Clinton appeals to Utah’s Mormons in Deseret News editorial

SALT LAKE CITY — Hillary Clinton is making an appeal to Utah’s Mormon population as she tries to peel away voters who may be reluctant to support Republican nominee Donald Trump.

Clinton appeals to Utah’s Mormons in Deseret News editorial

Driver, mom charged in rollover accident that left infant passenger dead

A driver has been charged with automobile homicide for a rollover accident in Provo that left an infant dead.

Driver, mom charged in rollover accident that left infant passenger dead

Early citrus estimate expects lowest harvest in 53 years

Steger’s widely watched estimate is generally considered the first statistically reliable indicator of the upcoming season’s orange crop. Since undertaking the survey in 1997, she has missed the final U.S. Department of Agriculture crop forecast by an average 5.3 percent, not counting the hurricane-affected seasons in 2004-05 and the following year.
The USDA will release its initial 2016-17 citrus forecast on Oct. 12.

Early citrus estimate expects lowest harvest in 53 years

New running race raises funds and awareness for refugees

Utah is a state full of runners, and all sorts of running races — from silly color runs to lengthy Ragnars. And for many athletes, there’s nothing more enjoyable than getting outside, except doing so while getting outside of themselves.

New running race raises funds and awareness for refugees