How a Utah man went from juvenile court to military training with help from a mentor
The Village Project mentorship program, sponsored by 3rd District Juvenile Court, has been around since 1994 and serves about 40 to 60 youths per year.
SportsDick Harmon: You have to feel for Tanner Mangum and spot he's in as BYU picks starting QB
Tanner Mangum is on the verge of making an extraordinary dramatic comeback from injury and a disastrous season or losing his job to a true freshman. Regardless, one has to feel for the senior Cougar quarterback.
SportsTop 5 plays: Spectacular catches, comebacks in first week of high school football
Watch all these spectacular catches and one improbable comeback.
OpinionInside the newsroom: Why the Deseret News wrote a one word editorial
So we did something unique. We focused on the principles that guide us, rather than the words that we believe can divide us.
President Nelson: Church name effort is a correction, not a change
The president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints offered his first public comments about the direction given last week to focus Latter-day Saints on Jesus Christ and the correct name of the church.
UHP seeks help identifying male who fell from overpass near Saltair
Troopers are seeking the public's help in identifying a male victim who they believe died after falling from an overpass and being struck by several vehicles near the Great Saltair.
Arts & Entertainment
Utah-born animator talks about working on 'Simpsons' creator's new Netflix series
This Utah fantasy author turns his challenges into monsters he can slay in a few hundred words
Movie review: You don't have to be a dog lover to love 'Alpha'
6 performances for the price of 1 — Rose Wagner residents to stage an arty sampler
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