Daily Archives: November 24, 2017

Northwest tree shortage leads to Christmas conundrum in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah families looking for a fresh-cut Christmas tree might come up short because fewer conifers are available in the Pacific Northwest this year.

Northwest tree shortage leads to Christmas conundrum in Utah

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Small Business Saturday slowly gaining traction in Utah County

Small Business Saturday is in its eighth year as a national promotion and movement encouraging consumers to do some of their holiday shopping at local small businesses, but Utah County is still struggling with the concept.

Small Business Saturday slowly gaining traction in Utah County

Valley Vista Trails may be expanding in Pleasant Grove

On Nov. 14, Pleasant Grove City council members approved moving forward with researching what the costs would be to implement phase two of the project. An anonymous donation of $140,000, coupled with an earlier donation of $10,000, could help make…

Valley Vista Trails may be expanding in Pleasant Grove

Man convicted in 2007 murder of prison guard loses appeal

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Supreme Court has denied a request by a man convicted of killing a prison guard in 2007 to withdraw his guilty plea.

Man convicted in 2007 murder of prison guard loses appeal

Volunteer photographers provide service for Utah families after loss of an infant

Amy Harris doesn’t have anything to hold to remember the lives of the five children she lost in early pregnancy.

Volunteer photographers provide service for Utah families after loss of an infant

UDWR releases more than 10,000 pheasants in Utah for short hunting season

Over the course of a month-long hunting season, Utah’s Division of Wildlife Resources releases over 10,000 pheasants across the state, including at 13 locations around Utah County.

UDWR releases more than 10,000 pheasants in Utah for short hunting season

Man’s guilty plea upheld in 2009 murder of BYU professor

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Supreme Court has rejected a bid by a man convicted of killing a retired Brigham Young University professor in 2009 to withdraw his guilty plea.

Man’s guilty plea upheld in 2009 murder of BYU professor

LDS Church invites members and friends to ‘Light the World’ this Christmas

For a second year in a row, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is invited church members and friends to “Light the World.”

LDS Church invites members and friends to ‘Light the World’ this Christmas

Black Friday, Gray Thursday, Cyber Monday, whenever you shop deals are waiting

Best Buy’s Thanksgiving doorbusters will likely be gone Thursday night, but for Jaime Armendariz that’s OK because he will get what he, and almost everyone else came for.

Black Friday, Gray Thursday, Cyber Monday, whenever you shop deals are waiting

Black Friday, Gray Thursday, Cyber Monday, whenever you shop deals are waiting

Best Buy’s Thanksgiving doorbusters will likely be gone Thursday night, but for Jaime Armendariz that’s OK because he will get what he, and almost everyone else came for.

Black Friday, Gray Thursday, Cyber Monday, whenever you shop deals are waiting