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Teachers in Jordan School District got their first look this week at a proposed overhaul of educator pay, and not everyone is pleased. The Jordan teacherâs union is currently shopping the salary reform package to its members, in anticipation of a vote by the district school board later this month. The plan would pump nearly $10 million of new cash into teacher compensation. But informational meetings have reportedly generated pushback from rank-and-file educators, who worry that the focus on e...
ConocoPhillips announced the presentation of $13,000 in charitable grants to five organizations in Carbon and Emery counties earlier this week.
It has been ages since the interior of the old Conoco station on Helper’s south Main Street smelled of fresh
Who ya gonna call? A barrage of calls about the power outage Friday afternoon overwhelmed the Utah Department of Pubic
The Carbon County Recreation/Transportation Special Service District board decided Monday afternoon to continue the funding freeze for any new projects
By STEVE CHRISTENSEN Contributing Writer There are 16 National Conservation Areas (NCA) in the United States, of which two are
Utah Women in Higher Education Network’s spring leadership conference convenes on USU Eastern’s campus this weekend with over 30 speakers
Four Corners Behavioral Health director Karen Dolan will discuss Better Management Through Neuroscience at the Business Expansion and Retention general
The University of Utah will be the nationâs first Power Five conference program to offer a varsity esports team â student athletes competing in video and computer games just like their counterparts on the court and field. Angela Klingsieck says she doesnât want the U.âs pioneering move into the world of esports to remain unique for long â instead she hopes that universities embrace gaming as an obvious addition to NCAA standbys like football and basketball. âI donât think it should be odd th...
The Carbon High School baseball team will host a youth camp on Saturday for kids ages 8-15. The camp will
American Preparatory Academy in Draper was given the green light Tuesday to resume construction of its new high school campus. The Utah Board of Education issued a stop-work order last week until the state fire marshal could approve an emergency access route the charter school created by purchasing a nearby residential property and converting its driveway into a construction entrance. Without that driveway, American Preparatory Academyâs property is landlocked, forcing it to rely on an easemen... <iframe src="http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp" height="1" width="1" > </frame>
An hour-long interruption in electrical service on Friday evening left thousands without power and led to some congestion in downtown
One of the iconic native species of the West is the greater sage grouse. Every spring, these birds gather at
An Orangeville man died from injuries he sustained when the car he was driving was broadsided as it turned onto
Bradie Lindsay takes her turn as a blood donor during a drive at Carbon High School Monday. Students and teachers
Bethel 3 Job’s Daughters International of Price gathered after their meeting on Sunday to work on their current community service
The Family of Norman McKendrick would like to announce his 80th Birthday on April 08, 2017. Please come wish him
SALT LAKE CITY â¢ An LGBT-rights group says it plans to start negotiating with Utah officials about a lawsuit challenging the stateâs ban on the âadvocacy of homosexualityâ in schools. State lawmakers recently approved a measure that gets rid of this ban. It is expected to go into effect in May. Equality Utahâs Troy Williams said on Monday that they plan to talk with the attorney generalâs office and the stateâs board of education to make sure all of Utahâs school districts will implement the pol...
Jail Bookings from March 27 through April 2 March 27 Coho, Precious, 20, Helper, Commitment Jensen, Casey, 72 Hr Hold
Utahâs Board of Regents voted unanimously on Friday to raise tuition by an average of 3.4 percent. The change will cost college and university students in the state an extra $80 to $290 next year, depending on their school. âAll of us are concerned that tuition remain as low as possible,â Regents vice-chair France Davis said. âBut it is out of necessity that we find ourselves having to deal with recommendations for increases.â Each of the eight campuses in the Utah System of Higher Education w...