Monthly Archives: September 2017

Garden Help Desk: Storing pumpkins, squash and potatoes this winter

Utah State University Extension provides informal education outreach to residents throughout the state. This question-and-answer column is designed to give you research-based information whether your gardening interest is producing fresh food, creating a landscape area or anything in between.

Garden Help Desk: Storing pumpkins, squash and potatoes this winter

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Utah County continues to be a LDS mecca for modest clothing options

Each year in the Utah Valley, LDS residents visit clothing retail shops to update their wardrobes or prepare for a special event, but many of those customers seek clothing that is stylish, yet not too revealing.

Utah County continues to be a LDS mecca for modest clothing options

LDS faithful encouraged by Oscarson, Holland to serve and seek improvement in Saturday conference

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were reminded during the morning session of the 187th Semiannual General Conference that God needs His children to serve, and that families are a central, imperfect place where that service…

LDS faithful encouraged by Oscarson, Holland to serve and seek improvement in Saturday conference

LDS faithful encouraged by Oscarson, Holland to serve and seek improvement in Saturday conference

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were reminded during the morning session of the 187th Semiannual General Conference that God needs His children to serve, and that families are a central, imperfect place where that service…

LDS faithful encouraged by Oscarson, Holland to serve and seek improvement in Saturday conference

Habitat for Humanity: Homeowners survey demonstrates appreciation for habitat

Habitat for Humanity of Utah County has been improving the lives of individuals, families, and communities for over 25 years in our local community. They have built new homes, renovated old homes, and have done community enhancement projects, critical home…

Habitat for Humanity: Homeowners survey demonstrates appreciation for habitat

‘Anything Goes on a Friday Night’ when Florida Georgia Line and Nelly are onstage in Utah

Growing up in the ’80s, I established a long-standing appreciation for the musical wonders of a great mixtape. Combining all those favorite songs of the moment, tunes with special meaning, hot hits, a variety of dance beats and ballads and…

‘Anything Goes on a Friday Night’ when Florida Georgia Line and Nelly are onstage in Utah

Hee Haw Farms plows on in the shadow of development

In the shadow of towering concrete and steel, a small 157-year-old family farm still offers itself up for fall family fun.

Hee Haw Farms plows on in the shadow of development

BYU football at Utah State – 7 turnovers, including pair of pick-6s, doom Cougars against USU

“It’s hard to win a game when you have seven turnovers — and a couple of them are pick-6s. It’s difficult.”

BYU football at Utah State – 7 turnovers, including pair of pick-6s, doom Cougars against USU

BYU football at Utah State – 7 turnovers, including pair of pick-6s, doom Cougars against USU

“It’s hard to win a game when you have seven turnovers — and a couple of them are pick-6s. It’s difficult.”

BYU football at Utah State – 7 turnovers, including pair of pick-6s, doom Cougars against USU

Wildlife officials considering new rules on antler gathering

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah wildlife officials say they will not renew a controversial ban on winter-time antler gathering.

Wildlife officials considering new rules on antler gathering