Daily Archives: October 16, 2018

BYU cultural museum brings Bethlehem to Provo

When Brigham Young University associate professor Cynthia Finlayson visited Bethlehem with a professional team of museum specialists to work with the Holy Land Christian Ecumenical Foundation in 2016, all were impressed with the city’s community and rich heritage.

BYU cultural museum brings Bethlehem to Provo

Ben McAdams reports more cash for final weeks of 4th Congressional District race

SALT LAKE CITY — Democrat Ben McAdams has more money going into the final weeks of his campaign challenging Republican U.S. Rep. Mia Love in Utah’s most competitive race, according to new fundraising reports.

Ben McAdams reports more cash for final weeks of 4th Congressional District race

As intercountry adoptions decline, Rep. John Curtis is working to prevent international adoption from shutting down

Parents hoping to adopt internationally, and the agencies trying to help them are hopeful that a proposed federal senate bill will facilitate better adoption processes.

As intercountry adoptions decline, Rep. John Curtis is working to prevent international adoption from shutting down

Gerritt Gong gives BYU students tips for 2040 in first devotional as member of the Twelve

Gerrit W. Gong, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, urged Brigham Young University students Tuesday to learn things now that will be useful to them in 2040, including…

Gerritt Gong gives BYU students tips for 2040 in first devotional as member of the Twelve

Watch out: Overnight closures on I-15 in Lehi scheduled for bridge work

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Traffic on a 2-mile (3-kilometer) segment of Interstate 15 in Lehi will be rerouted overnight Wednesday and Thursday nights for bridge construction that’s part of a freeway widening project.

Watch out: Overnight closures on I-15 in Lehi scheduled for bridge work

Extreme drought prompts Utah governor to declare state of emergency

Record low snow packs. One of the warmest summers on record. Almost half of the state reservoirs are half empty. A long and difficult fire season. A deficit in water storage supply.

Extreme drought prompts Utah governor to declare state of emergency

Audit: Regents not adequately controlling university tuition hikes in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — A recent audit says the board that controls tuition hikes at the Utah’s eight public colleges and universities is not adequately doing its job.

Audit: Regents not adequately controlling university tuition hikes in Utah

Mia Love and Ben McAdams debate in tight toss-up race

With recent polling showing the race for Utah’s Fourth Congressional District at a tie, each candidate did their best to discredit the other at their only debate Monday night.

Mia Love and Ben McAdams debate in tight toss-up race