Daily Archives: August 26, 2018

Teachers are using Facebook groups to buy and sell supplies

Utah teachers are going online to buy, sell and trade their educational supplies.

Teachers are using Facebook groups to buy and sell supplies

Clipless and clickless: Utah company creates text coupons

The billion dollar daily deals industry — helping cash-strapped consumers save — continues to its rise, and one Lehi company is riding this consumer wave, but doing it a bit old-school style.

Clipless and clickless: Utah company creates text coupons

BYU paleontologist discovers new pterosaur

Walking into the lab and seeing something new is like Christmas for Brooks Britt. So when he saw ancient bones he didn’t recognize, and realized he was looking at the first pterosaur found in a desert, Christmas had come early.

BYU paleontologist discovers new pterosaur

Female knight slays her own dragons at Utah Renaissance Faire

By day, Gesa Wellenstein, 50, is a behavioral psychologist from Pittsburgh specializing in traumatized children, ADHD and attachment disorders. On the weekend, she jousts including at this weekend’s Utah Renaissance Faire in Lehi.

Female knight slays her own dragons at Utah Renaissance Faire

War hero and presidential candidate John McCain has died

WASHINGTON — Arizona Sen. John McCain, the war hero who became the GOP’s standard-bearer in the 2008 election, has died. He was 81.

War hero and presidential candidate John McCain has died

With U.S. Interior official coming, boosters to promote BLM relocation to Ogden

OGDEN — Other U.S. lawmakers have been pushing hard to promote their states as U.S. Department of the Interior officials mull relocation of certain operations to the west.

With U.S. Interior official coming, boosters to promote BLM relocation to Ogden