BYU student songwriter helps listeners connect

BYU student Mak Harris loves to embody connection and relatability through songwriting, her preferred of choice of art medium.

Tech founder out after antisemitic, anti-vaccine screed

A Utah tech company founder and onetime prominent figure in state Republican politics resigned from the board of the company he started Tuesday after sending an email outlining an antisemitic vaccination conspiracy theory.

Social media and small businesses: The good, the bad and the authentic

Many small businesses who sell at local farmer's markets in Provo feel that social media is now a major part of being a successful business.

President Nelson’s Christmas broadcast encourages serving the struggling

President Russell M. Nelson invited members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to spread the light of Christ to transform lives during a special Christmas message broadcast this morning.

Utah ski resorts benefit from first major snowfall

Local ski resorts find a sense of relief and newfound hope for snow after last week's snowstorms.

Church releases Temple Square renovation update, completion now set for 2025

The First Presidency anticipates the Salt Lake Temple and Temple Square renovations will be completed in 2025, according to an update released on Dec. 13. The previous expected completion year was 2024.
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