Fans of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir jumped at the opportunity to get tickets to the upcoming Easter concert. Now that the event has sold out, the choir staff has prepared options to bring the... Read more »
The year 2013 was a milestone for me, with lots of life changes. As I step deep into my 30s now, I thought it might be interesting to take a look back at my 20s. Read more »
Google has taken its all-seeing eyes on a trip that few experience: the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. Read more »
Players like Graham Rowley, Travis Tuiloma and Kesni Tausinga have roundly impressed BYU coaches with their early play this spring after getting back from missions. Read more »
The welfare state, primarily devoted to pensions and medical care for the elderly, aggravates inequality. Young people just starting up the earnings ladder, and families in the child-rearing,... Read more »
A former employee of a food service company that provides meals to the Daggett County Jail has been charged with having sexual contact with an inmate and smuggling contraband into the facility. Read more »
With one of the most promising groups of college basketball players in recent memory preparing to enter the upcoming 2014 draft, NBA teams are more than willing to throw their season away for a... Read more »
New research suggests the King James Version is the most read version of the bible among Americans, despite the rising numbers for other versions of the bible. Read more »
Despite a disastrous start and relentless Republican opposition, President Barack Obama said Friday that enrollment in his signature health care program is high enough to make it stable for the... Read more »
A Murray man died Thursday night after he was pinned underneath a pickup truck in his driveway. Read more »
Lawmakers pass bill requiring complaints by parents be reviewed, posted by State Office of Education
A bill requiring a parent review committee to field complaints on curriculum was narrowly approved by lawmakers in the final minutes of the 2014 legislative session. Read more »
The Legislature in Utah often imposes itself on local governments here and there to satisfy demands from some constituency or to fix a perceived problem. The legal and constitutional right to do so... Read more »
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