Daily Archives: August 24, 2016

Idaho man uses Legos to re-create BYU’s Hail Mary pass against Nebraska

Thanks to an Idaho man who creates Lego animations as a hobby, BYU fans can relive the glory and Nebraska fans the misery of the “Hail Mary’ that ended the Cougars’ victory over the Cornhuskers last year.

Idaho man uses Legos to re-create BYU’s Hail Mary pass against Nebraska

Food safety concerns raises hopes for future OJ sales

Recent research shows food safety as a rising concern among millennials, the generation born roughly between 1980 and 2000 that has become the biggest consumer group in the U.S., Ross said. The concern comes after stories about several safety problems last year at Chipotle Mexican Grill, a longtime millennial favorite, as well as salmonella in fresh spinach sold by Dole Fresh Vegetables, among others.

Food safety concerns raises hopes for future OJ sales

Police arrest Springville man on suspicion of setting fire to trailer in Walmart parking lot

A Springville man was arrested Wednesday afternoon on suspicion of starting a trailer on fire in a parking lot.

Police arrest Springville man on suspicion of setting fire to trailer in Walmart parking lot

LDS Church and U of U unveil new Thomas S. Monson Center

The familiar pillars of the old LDS Business College, owned by the University of Utah, received a new name Wednesday.

LDS Church and U of U unveil new Thomas S. Monson Center

LDS missionaries safe after earthquakes in Italy, Myanmar

Two powerful earthquakes overnight in central Italy and Myanmar have left several dead and injured and buildings and sacred edifices damaged.

LDS missionaries safe after earthquakes in Italy, Myanmar

Fairy tale remix: ‘Into the Woods’ opens in Payson

Every time a show is mounted, it’s different from the last time – that’s just the nature of live theater. But “Into the Woods,” the musical mashup of famous fairy tale characters, has been particularly cursed with diminished reinterpretations over…

Fairy tale remix: ‘Into the Woods’ opens in Payson

Don’t like Trump or Clinton? Utah has 12 other options

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah voters who dislike Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton: Don’t despair.

Don’t like Trump or Clinton? Utah has 12 other options

Lehi unveils $50 million general obligation bond proposal for parks

Leaders in Lehi are rolling out their Plan B for developing and upgrading municipal parks, putting a $50 million general obligation bond proposal on the Nov. 8 ballot.

Lehi unveils $50 million general obligation bond proposal for parks

100-year-old Springville resident honored among other Utah centenarians

One hundred years ago World War I was in full swing and a car only cost $400. That’s also the year that Springville resident Ora Hardy was born.

100-year-old Springville resident honored among other Utah centenarians

Everyday Learners: Feed your book cravings with new creative ideas

Reading sometimes seems to be a lost art.

Everyday Learners: Feed your book cravings with new creative ideas