Daily Archives: March 9, 2019

Spanish Fork residents sign steel beam that will top new hospital structure

On a chilly March Saturday outside the Macey’s in Spanish Fork, residents coming to buy groceries were greeted with free doughnuts, hand sanitizer and a rather unusual sight: a 30-foot-long steel beam, propped outside of the store.

Spanish Fork residents sign steel beam that will top new hospital structure

Salt Lake City southwestern suburbs grapple with gridlock

SALT LAKE CITY — How do you get from Salt Lake County’s fast-growing southwestern cities to other parts of the valley?

Salt Lake City southwestern suburbs grapple with gridlock

Quiz: How much do you know about Daylight Saving Time?

Test your knowledge of Daylight Saving Time ahead of the change Sunday.

Quiz: How much do you know about Daylight Saving Time?

Ordain Women leader encourages others to forge own path with church during address at UVU conference

Bryndis Roberts cautions female members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to be careful about asking for things from church leaders.

Ordain Women leader encourages others to forge own path with church during address at UVU conference

Worship services March 10

Catholic Church

Worship services March 10

Plan to beef up Utah hate-crimes law clears another hurdle

SALT LAKE CITY — A proposal to strengthen Utah’s hate-crimes law is clearing another hurdle as the once-stalled measure continues its forward progress.

Plan to beef up Utah hate-crimes law clears another hurdle

Utah lawmaker’s LGBT posts anger activists pushing for conversion therapy ban

SALT LAKE CITY — A nationwide push to ban LGBTQ conversion therapy for minors looked like it could succeed in conservative Utah after The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said it wouldn’t stand in the way, but the…

Utah lawmaker’s LGBT posts anger activists pushing for conversion therapy ban