Monthly Archives: February 2018

Alpine School District purchasing 24 acres in Lehi

The Alpine School District Board of Education approved the purchase of 10 acres of land the same day the district closed on a 14 acre purchase in the same city.

Alpine School District purchasing 24 acres in Lehi

Romney says states should have final say on arming teachers

SALT LAKE CITY — Mitt Romney said there are a number of things officials should look at to prevent school shootings but wouldn’t say Tuesday if he thinks more states should let teachers carry guns, as Utah does.

Romney says states should have final say on arming teachers

Mentoring days connecting companies with Utah students with disabilities

Cassie McIff dreams of being an animator.

Mentoring days connecting companies with Utah students with disabilities

Songwriting duo Pasek and Paul ‘obsessed’ with Utah’s musical theater obsession

Songwriters Benj Pasek and Justin Paul quickly found something in common with Utahns when they attended a Utah Theatre Association conference hosted at Utah Valley University about seven years ago.

Songwriting duo Pasek and Paul ‘obsessed’ with Utah’s musical theater obsession

Jeffrey R. Holland to speak at BYU commencement

Jeffrey R. Holland, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will give the Brigham Young University’s commencement address, according to an announcement from the university Tuesday.

Jeffrey R. Holland to speak at BYU commencement

Gary Gygi: Free markets, not trade wars, will keep the economy moving

My economic opinions and approach were learned from reading and listening to the father of free market economics, Milton Friedman.

Gary Gygi: Free markets, not trade wars, will keep the economy moving

Gary Gygi: Free markets, not trade wars, will keep the economy moving

My economic opinions and approach were learned from reading and listening to the father of free market economics, Milton Friedman.

Gary Gygi: Free markets, not trade wars, will keep the economy moving

Les Femmes de Velour sheds light on talent, camaraderie and women who rock

It was a quarter to midnight when the crowd at Les Femmes de Velour on Saturday night started making their way out of the venue into the crisp night air.

Les Femmes de Velour sheds light on talent, camaraderie and women who rock

House panel OKs bill allowing restaurants to take down signs

SALT LAKE CITY— Utah restaurant owners are one step closer to be able to take down state-mandated signs near their doors clarifying their establishments are not bars.

House panel OKs bill allowing restaurants to take down signs

Committee OKs bill banning abortions based on Down syndrome

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah Senate committee has approved legislation barring abortions sought because a fetus has been diagnosed with Down syndrome.

Committee OKs bill banning abortions based on Down syndrome