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FitCon jumping through hoops to hold outdoor expo during pandemic

The organizers behind Utah’s largest fitness-based event are continuing with business as usual, adapting the event to health recommendations in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.Dallin Rogers enrolled at the University of Utah in 2007, graduating with his bachelor’s degree in exercise ...

Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce announces new interim president

After Rona Rahlf announced she was stepping down as the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce President and CEO, the board of directors evaluated its value in aiding Utah County residents and business owners as they navigate the coronavirus pandemic and economic recession.Over one month ago, the Utah ...

Walmart program leads to hiring of more than 2,400 Utah military veterans

An international retailer is maintaining its efforts to provide employment opportunities to military veterans looking to make the transition from service member to civilian.In 2013, Walmart administrators announced that its locations would be placing an emphasis on hiring more military veterans ...

Coffee cafe owner thinks new zero-emissions roaster is cool beans

A café in Holladay is partnering with the first nationwide manufacturer to bring already-developed zero-emissions coffee applications to locally based commercial businesses.Eighteen years ago, Utah native Derek Belnap broke into the coffee industry as a fresh-faced barista in his 20s. When he ...

International plasma center urging Utah residents to donate plasma

A worldwide plasma center is imploring residents to donate plasma in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.CSL Plasma has more than 12,000 employees across 270 plasma collection centers in the world. Plasma collected at collection facilities are used by CSL Behring in order to manufacture and ...

U.S. Postal Service educates residents during National Dog Bite Awareness Week

An age-old game of cat and mouse between postal service carriers and dogs is more true than many might think.In 2019, there was a total of 5,803 U.S. Postal Service employees across the nation attacked by dogs, including three in Orem, one in Provo, two in Santaquin and one in Spanish Fork.Last ...