Daily Archives: August 17, 2016

Orem man enters no-contest plea to physically abusing child

An Orem man entered a no-contest plea Wednesday afternoon in Provo’s Fourth District Court for inflicting bodily injury on an infant.

Orem man enters no-contest plea to physically abusing child

Cisco Systems reportedly to cut 5,500 jobs

Cisco said the cuts, which will begin in the company’s current, fiscal first quarter, would amount to about 7 percent of its total workforce. Reports earlier in the day said Cisco was likely to cut as many as 14,000 jobs. No details were immediately given as to how many jobs Cisco plans on shedding in the Bay Area.

Cisco Systems reportedly to cut 5,500 jobs

Eaglebrooke club sale might be coming soon

In a July 25 letter addressed to Eaglebrooke residents and property owners, CDD chairman Rick Weaver said the organization was “evaluating the possibility of acquiring the Club at Eaglebrooke on behalf of its members, including the clubhouse, the amenities, and the golf course operations.”

Eaglebrooke club sale might be coming soon

Citrus leaders working on ‘playbook’ for greening

The playbook, which should be available in the fall, will have four major themes, said Michael Rogers, an entomologist and director of the Citrus Research and Education Center in Lake Alfred. The themes are: Managing existing groves, protecting new tree plantings from infection, future tools against greening and strategies that don’t work.

Citrus leaders working on ‘playbook’ for greening

Expert: Cost of growing citrus increases

The average cost of managing a grove of juice oranges in Southwest Florida during the 2015-16 season was $2,327.
That’s more than two and a half times the $900 per acre cost of managing a southwest grove in the 2003-04 season, before the arrival of citrus greening in 2005.

Expert: Cost of growing citrus increases

Saratoga Springs approves settlementwith target shooter for Dump Fire extinguishing costs

Saratoga Springs city leaders approved a settlement for the 2012 Dump Fire costs and will collect its proportional share from one of two men they initially suspected of starting the fire.

Saratoga Springs approves settlementwith target shooter for Dump Fire extinguishing costs

Judge recuses himself from Utah Planned Parenthood case

SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge is recusing himself from the court battle between the state of Utah and its Planned Parenthood branch after an appeals court overturned his unusual ruling that allowed the governor to defund the organization.

Judge recuses himself from Utah Planned Parenthood case

American Bar Association closes discrimation complaint against BYU’s law school

A complaint by the group FreeBYU to the American Bar Association against the Brigham Young University J. Reuben Clark Law School has been closed after the university tweaked its honor code.

American Bar Association closes discrimation complaint against BYU’s law school

Utah County lakes continue to be tested

The state continues to monitor Utah County lakes with algal blooms.

Utah County lakes continue to be tested

Man accused in Sanpete County murders, crime spree waives evidence hearing

MANTI — A Utah man accused of killing a husband and wife during a two-state crime spree with his girlfriend is waiving his right to an evidence hearing in a case that could carry the death penalty.

Man accused in Sanpete County murders, crime spree waives evidence hearing