Monthly Archives: June 2018

It’s official: Giant Ogden walnut tree is largest in Utah

OGDEN — A little more than 100 years ago, the owners of a new white brick bungalow with a welcoming porch planted an English walnut tree in their backyard.

It’s official: Giant Ogden walnut tree is largest in Utah

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Worship services for July 1

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Worship services for July 1

Dozens attend Provo rally protesting family separations at border

Dinorah Robinson held a cardboard sign that read “free and happy children make America great” as she joined a protest Saturday she organized and only expected a few to attend.

Dozens attend Provo rally protesting family separations at border

Night Ranger performs vigil at Sandy Amphitheater

It’s always a good day when Night Ranger patrols the Wasatch Front. It would help if those watch sessions, however, were lengthier and at more routine intervals.

Night Ranger performs vigil at Sandy Amphitheater

Utah-based company trains on self-defense weapon, techniques

As a mother, Hollee Bailey is always eager to learn more about self-defense.

Utah-based company trains on self-defense weapon, techniques

Utah-based company trains on self-defense weapon, techniques

As a mother, Hollee Bailey is always eager to learn more about self-defense.

Utah-based company trains on self-defense weapon, techniques

Sen. Lee says he’s talked high court seat with White House

SALT LAKE CITY — Sen. Mike Lee says he’s talked to the White House about a replacement for Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy but won’t say whether his name has emerged as a potential front-runner.

Sen. Lee says he’s talked high court seat with White House

Domo launches initial public offering

Josh James and Domo employees celebrated Friday morning at the start of Domo’s initial public offering on the Nasdaq Global Market.

Domo launches initial public offering

New LDS Church leaders bring diversity, new perspectives

The two newest members of a top Mormon governing panel said Thursday that they hope to bring a new perspective as the first Latin-American and the first person of Asian ancestry to a previously all-white top leadership group that helps…

New LDS Church leaders bring diversity, new perspectives

Salt Lake Gaming Con deals a winning hand for gamers of all ages and passions

If you’ve ever experienced even a remote desire to play Mario Kart in real life, or to engage in a hardcore Nerf battle with dozens of other people, you may or may not know, if you’ve ever wanted to choose…

Salt Lake Gaming Con deals a winning hand for gamers of all ages and passions