Monthly Archives: January 2017

Elder Uchtdorf names Bruce Kusch as LDS Business College president

Bruce C. Kusch has been named the 13th president of the 130-year-old LDS Business College.

Elder Uchtdorf names Bruce Kusch as LDS Business College president

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Students’ first competition in ballroom dance, Sanpete students win at art show, Black History Month assembly

Nebo school’s students compete in ballroom dance competition

Students’ first competition in ballroom dance, Sanpete students win at art show, Black History Month assembly

Students’ first competition in ballroom dance, Sanpete students win at art show, Black History Month assembly

Nebo school’s students compete in ballroom dance competition

Students’ first competition in ballroom dance, Sanpete students win at art show, Black History Month assembly

American Fork resident Damian Kidd announces primary campaign against Rep. Jason Chaffetz

American Fork resident Damian Kidd, a Republican, announced Tuesday his intent to challenge U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz in Utah’s Third Congressional District in 2018.

American Fork resident Damian Kidd announces primary campaign against Rep. Jason Chaffetz

LDS Church, Utah National Parks Council weigh in on Boy Scouts allowing transgender youth

Boy Scouts are among other things friendly, kind, helpful and loyal. It is who they are – boys preparing to be men.

LDS Church, Utah National Parks Council weigh in on Boy Scouts allowing transgender youth

83-year-old Lehi man charged with sexually abusing underage girl

A Lehi man has been charged with sexually abusing a minor, according to court documents filed earlier this month.

83-year-old Lehi man charged with sexually abusing underage girl

Trump invites Orrin Hatch to attend Supreme Court nominee announcement

President Donald Trump will announce his pick for nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday evening, and Utah’s Sen. Orrin Hatch will be in attendance.

Trump invites Orrin Hatch to attend Supreme Court nominee announcement

Conservative lawmaker takes aim at closing wage gap

SALT LAKE CITY — A conservative lawmaker in Utah plans to introduce a proposal calling for women to be paid the same as men if their work is similar, saying that the free market alone will not fix the problem.

Conservative lawmaker takes aim at closing wage gap

Springville man reportedly sexually assaulted sleeping woman

A man was arrested Sunday by Springville police officers on reports of sexually assaulting a woman while she slept.

Springville man reportedly sexually assaulted sleeping woman

Spanish Fork teacher charged with rape after reported sex with student

A teacher who was arrested last week for sexual activity with a minor has been charged with rape.

Spanish Fork teacher charged with rape after reported sex with student