Daily Archives: August 11, 2016

Bean Museum drawing program inspired by BYU student’s childhood

Brigham Young University student Nathan Hawks developed his love of drawing animals at the Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum as a child. Now, as a student worker for the same museum, he’s turned that love of art into a…

Bean Museum drawing program inspired by BYU student’s childhood

Tales From Utah Valley: Backpack giveaway preps more than 1,000 kids

More than 1,000 Utah Valley children are more prepared for school thanks to the Backpack Giveaway that was sponsored last week by Tabitha’s Way in Spanish Fork. In the days leading up to the event, volunteers packed the donated pencils,…

Tales From Utah Valley: Backpack giveaway preps more than 1,000 kids

American Fork girl’s death from E. coli to remain a mystery

A Utah County Health Department investigation into the E. coli death of an 8-year-old girl in American Fork was unable to uncover how she was exposed to it.

American Fork girl’s death from E. coli to remain a mystery

New chief of staff at UVU, Elder Holland to speak at BYU

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New chief of staff at UVU, Elder Holland to speak at BYU

Delta cancels 25 flights Thursday, says operations returned to normal

The airline canceled more than 2,100 flights over the past three days.

Delta cancels 25 flights Thursday, says operations returned to normal

Arianna Huffington signs off at The Huffington Post

Arianna Huffington, The Huffington Post’s editor-in-chief, announced Thursday that she’s leaving to head a new health, wellbeing and productivity startup.

Arianna Huffington signs off at The Huffington Post

From the Web: Perseid Meteor show to light up Utah County skies tonight

Though most Utah County residents will probably be snug in their beds between the hours of 12 a.m. and 6 a.m., if you’re interested in catching sight of a shooting star – or 200 or so of them – you…

From the Web: Perseid Meteor show to light up Utah County skies tonight

Graffiti carved into petroglyph at Capitol Reef park

SALT LAKE CITY — Officials at southern Utah’s Capitol Reef National Park are asking for help identifying who may have scratched graffiti messages into centuries-old petroglyphs at the park.

Graffiti carved into petroglyph at Capitol Reef park

Gov. Herbert says he’s voting for Donald Trump

SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday that he’s voting for Donald Trump and he thinks the Republican presidential nominee’s choice of Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as a running mate brings stability to the campaign.

Gov. Herbert says he’s voting for Donald Trump

Provo’s Telesomniac finds a partner in new venue Gezzo Hall

While many Provo musicians tip their hat to Velour Live Music Gallery for giving them their first start, members of the local hypno-rock outfit Telesomniac will tell you it’s Gezzo Hall that gave the band its big break. The band’s…

Provo’s Telesomniac finds a partner in new venue Gezzo Hall