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Mayors of Utah Valley: Vineyard’s staff appreciation week

Every September, we spend a week recognizing and appreciating the contributions of all members of our staff from every department for Vineyard’s Staff Appreciation Week. “We often use the words 'recognition' and 'appreciation' interchangeably, but there’s a big difference between them. ...

Utah Valley Calendar: Things to do – Sept. 25

ONLINE Fireside chat with Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson — Join the Utah Women & Leadership Project from noon to 1:15 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 1 for an engaging fireside chat with Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson and Susan Madsen on women and leadership. Henderson will respond to questions about her ...

Worship services for Sept. 26

NOTE: As issues with the COVID-19 virus continue to change, please contact individual churches for information on how they are handling worship services. Episcopal Church St. Mary’s Episcopal Church Worship services are currently being held in person each Sunday at 11 a.m. Please see our ...

Global church welfare program focuses on service, self-reliance

The year was 1936 and many in the United States, including members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, were struggling amid the Great Depression. “There was obviously a great need,” said Gordon Carmen, the director of production and distribution in the church’s Welfare ...

Lowry: Biden’s border ‘challenge’ gets worse

Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas is indisputably good at one part of his job — always referring to the migrant surge at the border as a "challenge" and never a "crisis." He visited Del Rio, Texas on Monday and refused to use the offending word about more ...

Charen: Why I’m a single-issue voter

In a few weeks, Virginia will hold an election, and I will have to make a decision. In the past, it would have been no contest. I'd have voted Republican. But now, though Terry McAuliffe leaves me cold, I will vote for him. I guess that makes me a single-issue voter. What is that issue? Take ...

Relief reported after treatment for peripheral artery disease

Ralph Wright was having numbness and swelling in his legs. The muscles were so weak, he could barely walk. “I was having a lot of trouble walking and I was also having a lot of pain,” said the 91-year-old Bountiful resident. “I had been diagnosed earlier with peripheral neuropathy and ...

Harrop: France’s agony over sub deal couldn’t be helped

About France and its submarines: Australia's decision to cancel a $60 billion contract to buy them and purchase American nuclear subs instead had to hurt. In response, France's foreign minister called the U.S.-backed move a "stab in the back," and President Emmanuel Macron recalled his ...