Provo

If Kalani Sitake racks up the wins, can BYU hang on to him?

Question for BYU and its fans: Would you rather have another great season, say, one or two losses, under Kalani Sitake, thus making him a more attractive candidate for a college football temptress, or would you rather have a rather enjoyable season and keep him carefree in? a foreseeable future? …

Read More »

Debra Holmes Ely obituary (1956 – 2021) – Orem, UT

Loving mother Debra Holmes Ely is survived by her husband, Don Ely, and daughter, Rachelle Ely Day (Andrew). She also has two surviving sisters, Gail Holmes Oakes (Terry) and Trina Holmes Belliston, as well as a brother, Stuart Holmes (Sharon). His parents Dorothy Smith Holmes and Quentin Warren Holmespreceded it. …

Read More »

K-12 Schools Take Advantage of Qu

PROVO, Utah and SEATTLE, September 15, 2021 PROVO, Utah and SEATTLE, September 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Qualtrics (Nasdaq: XM), leader and creator of the Experience Management (XM) category, today announced that the School Board of City of Virginia Beach, Gwinnett County Public schools and the Hemet Unified School …

Read More »

The booming LGBTQ movement in Utah – Liberation News

Last month, Utah saw an increase in bigotry and anti-LGBTQ violence. On August 18, a newly married lesbian couple in southern Utah were found murdered after telling relatives about a “creepy” man following them; the matter is being investigated as a hate crime. Five days later, three anti-LGBTQ actions made …

Read More »

BYU fans excited about potential Big 12 move

PROVO, Utah (KMVT / KSVT) – BYU is one of four schools on the radar to join the Big 12. Sports Illustrated reported last Friday that the Cougars, as well as Cincinnati, Houston and UCF are expected to apply for membership this week. We caught up with BYU fans in …

Read More »

Park City surprises No.7 East for first win of season

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Park City Miners upset the East No.7 Leopards on Friday night, 24-23. # 7 East 23 @ Park City 24 Park City’s Carson Tabaracci scored two touchdowns in the Miners’ win. With the result, Park City improved to a 1-3 this season and East …

Read More »

Blog: The best college towns and other cool stuff | Jim Day

Oregon State University bills itself as being located in the best college town in the Pac-12. This reporter says it’s kind of a deceptive factoid as there are only 5 college towns in the league. I stumbled across another of those “best college town lists” the other day. They are …

Read More »

Dorothy Keeney Obituary (2021) – Greensboro, North Carolina

Keeney, Dorothy Juliette Zaccardi Dorothy Juliette Zaccardi Keeney, 88, passed away peacefully on August 15, 2021 in Greensboro, North Carolina. Born in Oriente and Rosaria Zaccardi in Provo, UT, Dorothy attended public schools, Brigham Young University in Provo, and Strayer’s Business College in Washington, DC. She married William Patrick Keeney …

Read More »

LaMar Scott Sparks | Obituary

LaMar Scott Sparks Scott was born February 14, 1946, the third child of Donna Lucile Tanner and Dee Earl Sparks. He grew up in Nephi, Utah, and graduated from Juab High School. He worked at the American Oil gas station while attending Trade Tech Vocational School in Provo. When he …

Read More »

Qualtrics to participate in Up

PROVO, Utah and SEATTLE, August 3, 2021 PROVO, Utah and SEATTLE, August 3, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Qualtrics (NASDAQ: XM), the world’s leading experience management (XM) provider and creator of the XM category, today announced that management will attend the following virtual events for investors in August . 24th …

Read More »

Utah-based Owlet debuts on the New York Stock Exchange

Kurt Workman, co-founder and CEO of Owlet, Inc., started the nursery tech business in his friend’s parents’ garage in Provo. The company debuted on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday, July 16, 2021 (Owlet, Inc.) LEHI – Owlet Baby Care, a nursery tech company that originally started out of …

Read More »

Nancy T. Blears | News, Sports, Jobs

Nancy T. Blears, 96, passed away on Monday, July 12, 2021 at her home in Lakewood, NY with her longtime caregiver and dear friend, Eun Lamb by her side. She was the widow of the late John Blears, Jr., who died on February 26, 1992. Nancy was born April 16, …

Read More »

Take the lab to the sample

(DOUG JESSOP’S SUCCESS STORIES IN UTAH – ABC4 NEWS – PROVO, UT) It’s no secret that Utah has come up with a lot of tech. In this episode of Utah Success Stories, I visited a company that is “Bring the laboratory to the sample”. Chromatography is used to separate samples …

Read More »

Photos: How the Utahns celebrated Independence Day

After a year of rest and with little reason to celebrate, the Utahns gathered on Monday to applaud, parade and attend Independence Day celebrations. The holiday weekend marked a return to something closer to normal after many of the state’s popular parades were canceled last year due to the COVID-19 …

Read More »

BYU Students Launch Underground Newspaper | Utah News

By COURTNEY TANNER, The Salt Lake Tribune SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – To work for Brigham Young University student newspaper, you first need to understand what you can’t write about. Students are not permitted to report anything critical about the school or the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, …

Read More »

Hill fighter wings will fly F-35s over Utah on July 3

A US Marine Corps F-35B Lightning II assigned to Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 211, 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit, flies over Afghanistan, September 27, 2018. Photo by Corey Hook / US Air Force HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah, July 1, 2021 (Gephardt Daily) – A 33-year holiday tradition continues as pilots …

Read More »

Nearly 40% of Utah homes are at risk of wildfire

With the start of this year’s fire season coinciding with a historic drought and record-breaking heat waves plaguing dozens of Western cities, two in five homes (39.4%) in Utah are at risk fire, a higher share than any other state in the western United States, according to a new report …

Read More »

These are the best cities for remote workers in 2021

According to the Best Cities for Remote Workers 2021 survey, Provo is the number one city for remote workers. The infrastructure, amenities and affordability make Provo a destination worth a visit. And as more companies offer full-time remote work, people are looking to cities that are cheaper while still providing …

Read More »

Clothing color dispute ends with gunfire in Provo

PROVO, Utah (ABC4) – An argument over the color of someone’s clothes resulted in guns being shot in Provo. Police were called to the parking lot of a gas station on W. Center Street on Wednesday after shots were fired at a vehicle. Authorities have determined that 19-year-old Alejandro Molina-Ballesteros …

Read More »

LGBTQ + youth and minors drinking

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – According to new data from the Student Health and Risk Prevention Survey (SHARP), the rate of alcohol use among LGBTQ + youth in Utah County was double that of of their peers. On Tuesday, Encircle, Utah Valley Drug Prevention Coalition and Parents Empowered unveiled a …

Read More »

Eagle Gate College celebrates two grand openings in Idaho

Unitek Learning is a growing family of distinguished educational institutions: Unitek College, Unitek EMT, Eagle Gate College, Provo College and Brookline College. It has already been an exciting year at Unitek, and we look forward to celebrating with the Idaho community. Big plans are in the works for our new …

Read More »

PAUL MUKLEWICZ | News, Sports, Jobs

Paul Adolph Muklewicz was born March 20, 1950 in Steubenville, Ohio. He played offensive tackle for Steubenville High School, where he served as letterter for three years for Coach Abe Bryan’s teams in 1966, 1967 and 1968. After graduating from Steubenville High School in 1969, he and his lifelong friend …

Read More »

Wade Ladell Wilson | Obituary

Wade L. Wilson passed away peacefully on June 17, 2021 at his home in Burley, Idaho, after a long illness. Wade was born on May 24, 1948 in Roosevelt, Utah, to Ira and Esther Jarman Wilson. He was the fourth of seven children. When he was two, his family moved …

Read More »

The 10 best cities for remote workers

The pandemic has opened the floodgates for teleworking. Now that workers are used to the flexibility of telecommuting and the fact that one in three jobs can be done remotely, it’s hard to see companies go back to the days before the pandemic. In April, three of the four workers …

Read More »

The Good, the Bad, the Ugly: Mountain Division Sneak Peek

Freshmen are coming to campus and media days are looming on the horizon. With college football magazines already on the shelves, it’s time for more predictions. This week we will be taking a look at the Mountain Division. Good: Boise State Not only do the Broncos have a new head …

Read More »

Historic heat wave dominates Utah weather

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – An unprecedented heat wave continues as a record high pressure peak for mid-June looms across all corners of Intermountain West. Get the latest Utah news delivered to your inbox! Click here to subscribe to the free daily ABC4 newsletter. Sunday began a period of record …

Read More »

Utah doctor helps 80-year-old cancer patient with 3 powerful words

Marjan Curtis credits her radiation oncologist for improving her mental health. Between the loss of her husband, her cancer diagnosis, and the unprecedented loneliness brought on by the pandemic, Curtis’ mental health collapsed. When she shared her feelings with him, he replied with three simple words: “You are valuable! (KSL …

Read More »

What BYU products could varsity athletes approve under NIL law?

While Senate Democrats and Republicans largely agreed on Wednesday that Congress should quickly pass legislation to allow varsity athletes to enjoy their name, image and likeness, a senator from Utah said that there were legitimate concerns about what might happen if this was allowed. Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, said it …

Read More »

Young Ones Student Awards 2021 announces winning schools and students

The One Club for Creativity Young Student Awards for 2021 announced winning schools and students around the world, with Brigham Young University Provo named School of the Year. The Young Ones Student Awards recognize students in advertising, digital communication and design. The program offers three distinct awards: Young Ones ADC …

Read More »

BYU Football adds Viliami Tausinga to 2021 roster

PROVO, Utah – There might only be 12 weeks left until the BYU football season starts, but the activity on the list never sleeps. BYU officially announced the addition of former East High Viliami linebacker Tausinga on Tuesday. Tausinga signed with BYU as part of the Class of 2018. A …

Read More »

Mount Everett Regional Awards and Scholarships 2021 / iBerkshires.com

SHEFFIELD, Mass. – The following awards and scholarships have been awarded to graduates of the Class of 2021 of Mount Everett Regional School. Albert Trocchi scholarship: Isabelle Bizalion, Cecelia Caldwell Alice Coon Shanley Memorial: Isabelle Bizalion American Legion: Emma Nardi Amy Gillette Memorial: Lillee Getchell Arthur Batacchi Sr. Memorial: Isabelle …

Read More »

Sheffield: Mount Everett Awards and Fellowships 2021 | Local News

Albert Trocchi Grant: Isabelle Bizalion, Cecelia Caldwell Alice Coon Shanley Memorial: Isabelle Bizalion American Legion: Emma Nardi Amy Gillette Memorial: Lillee Getchell Arthur Batacchi Sr Memorial: Isabella Kemp Barbara Rhoades Memorial: Isabelle Bizalion Berkshire County Selectmen Scholarship: Isabelle Bizalion Big Y Scholarship: Elizabeth Sarnacki Carolyn T. Sacco Memorial: Jacob TenBroeck …

Read More »

Teens Help With Staff Shortages At Provo Pizzeria

PROVO, Utah – Business is booming these days, but the owner of Fat Daddy’s Pizzeria in Provo said he couldn’t find enough employees. “Trying to find skilled labor for our kitchen has been particularly difficult for us,” said Chad Pritchard. The labor shortage in the restaurant industry has forced him …

Read More »

BYU set to sue Danny Ainge for joining university staff

PROVO, Utah –When news broke on Wednesday that Danny Ainge was stepping down as director of basketball operations for the Boston Celtics organization, I couldn’t help but think of one thing. BYU should attempt to hire Ainge on its university staff. When you’ve got one of the greatest all-around athletes …

Read More »

Dr A. Creig MacArthur | Obituary

Dr A. Creig MacArthur 1938 – 2021 A. Creig MacArthur, 82, of Provo, Utah passed away peacefully on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 surrounded by his family. Creig was born July 27, 1938 in Provo, Utah, the eldest child of Arthur Edgar MacArthur and Estella Fay Sumner MacArthur. He was then …

Read More »

Tips for Drivers Celebrating Memorial Day Weekend

UTAH (ABC4) – As many leave for Memorial Day weekend, law enforcement across the state is urging drivers to stay safe. Get the latest Utah news delivered to your inbox! Click here to subscribe to the free daily ABC4 newsletter. According to the Provo Police Department, there are three things …

Read More »

Qualtrics announces Spotlight – GuruFocus.com

PROVO, Utah and SEATTLE, May 27, 2021 / PRNewswire / Â -Â Qualtrics (Nasdaq: XM), the world’s # 1 experience management (XM) provider and creator of the XM category, today announced Spotlight Insights â„¢ giving teams and leaders automated and actionable information based on real-time employee feedback. Instead of taking …

Read More »

Dwyane Wade hits Provo golf course in Utah Jazz Gear

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Dwyane Wade is starting to feel more comfortable with his new digs. The minority owner of Utah Jazz shared a video of himself on the golf course in a jazz hat at the Riverside Country Club. Wade bonded with majority owner of Jazz Ryan Smith, …

Read More »

Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Flights

For the first time, travelers will be able to fly Allegiant Air from Phoenix Airport. The airline, which targets the leisure market, currently flies from the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway airport east of Mesa. Starting October 8, Allegiant will offer non-stop service between Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and Provo, Utah. On …

Read More »

BYU Football presents Vae Soifua

BYU offered a scholarship to 2022 offensive line prospect Vae Soifua on Friday. Soifua, who weighs 6’5,285 pounds, is preparing for Orem High School. I was fortunate enough to catch up with Soifua to discuss his recent offer from BYU and get an update on his recruiting. Soifua grew up …

Read More »

Cults of May 23 | Faith

NOTE: As issues related to the COVID-19 virus continue to change, please contact individual churches for information on how they run worship services. Episcopal Church Episcopal Church of St. Mary Sunday at 11 am we will have worship service on Zoom only. Join us by going to our website and …

Read More »

Utah-based Breeze Airways to take off next week

The new low-cost airline will not yet offer service in Beehive State, but the company is recruiting flight attendants and technicians. (Breeze Airways) Utah-based low cost airline Breeze Airways is founder David Neeleman’s fifth airline and will officially begin flying this month. Neeleman also founded the US carrier JetBlue, as …

Read More »

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down | Thumbs up, thumbs down

INCHES DOWN: To the hundreds of “patriots” who gathered in Sanpete County last week to burn a massive syringe effigy in protest against COVID-19 vaccinations. Attendees at the event included Speckled Republican Representative Phil Lyman. Shame on Lyman, a civil servant, for associating himself with such an embarrassing and terrifying …

Read More »

Vaccine not mandatory for Provo, BYU Police

An officer wears a police badge and COVID-19 vaccination sticker in this photo illustration. Police officers serving the Provo area and Brigham Young University are not mandated to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. (Photo by aijohn784 at Photo Repository) (Photo Illustration by Gabrielle Shiozawa) Police officers serving the Provo area and …

Read More »

An updated look at the BYU 2021-2022 basketball roster

After BYU’s loss to UCLA in the NCAA tournament, BYU coaching staff lobbied the field to sign Matt Haarms and Alex Barcello to Provo for one more season. According to Defeat the enemy‘s Robby McCombs, Haarms has informed the coaching staff that he will not be returning to BYU for …

Read More »

Nu Skin: First Quarter Revenue Snapshot

PROVO, Utah (AP) _ Nu Skin Enterprises Inc. (NUS) on Wednesday reported net income of $ 47.4 million for the first quarter. The Provo, Utah-based company said it had net income of 91 cents per share. The results exceeded Wall Street’s expectations. The average estimate of four analysts polled by …

Read More »