Daily Archives: October 7, 2017

Lehi mass casualty exercise prepares first responders for the worst

A people cried out for help, emergency response teams scrambled to keep up with the demand. Some people lay “dead” on the bleachers, while others boasted varying levels of burns and other injuries.

Lehi mass casualty exercise prepares first responders for the worst

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Student employee bringing the art of M.C. Escher to life at BYU

Most departments at the Brigham Young University Museum of Art employ students. From building exhibition walls to cataloging artworks to promoting museum events, students play an important role at the MOA.

Student employee bringing the art of M.C. Escher to life at BYU

Provo Mayor: Good governance key to city’s success

It’s easy to brag about Provo. We are consistently recognized nationally for our outstanding quality of life, well-being, and as a beautiful place to live.

Provo Mayor: Good governance key to city’s success

Faces of intergeneration poverty: program highlights success

SANDY, Utah — Alexus Martinez was stone-faced and matter-of-fact Monday as she described how she became homeless at age 16 and “learned not to depend on anyone else but myself.”

Faces of intergeneration poverty: program highlights success

Kathie Allen: Health care does not respond to free market forces

Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of interviews with the leading candidates for the 3rd Congressional District.

Kathie Allen: Health care does not respond to free market forces

How to treat Latino populations addressed at UVU suicide prevention event

Being Latino in a new country with a new culture and an unfamiliar language is stressful. Combine that with additional stress from social and economic circumstances, higher poverty rates and less education, and that’s a recipe for increased anxiety and…

How to treat Latino populations addressed at UVU suicide prevention event