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  • Bedtime

      Often, these particular elders have lived through hard financial times, such as the Great Depression in the 1930s, which triggered an adult life of hoarding.
  • The Forgotten Ones

      Many folks who live in Utah County don't even know the facility exists, though.
  • 5 Things to Do

      During the 1800s, the Lagoon area was a swimming pond with a local dance hall and saloon and reportedly sold bootleg booze. Now it appears the amusement park is finally adulting.
  • Yarn Bombs Away!

      According to a New York Times article, Magda Syed of Houston is considered to be the "mother of yarn bombing."
  • Rent It All

      Deseret Industries didn't have any great selection of sofas or chairs and your new pad looks pretty sparse.
  • Poor Pando

      According to the U.S. Forest Service, an aspen reproduces through its roots that grow into many genetically identical trees, resulting in a clone.
  • Got gas?

      The app reported in late May that Provo was at $3.13, Ogden was $3.16 and the state average was $3.19 per gallon of regular.
  • Counting Us

      It seems a bit early to be writing about the 2020 census, but there's a lot of jabber going around about the pros and cons that are coming next year.
  • Views = Money

      And I love the bad-ass flat and barren-as-hell Salt Flats and West Desert.
  • Downtown Dust

      As long as there's easy money from banks and tax breaks from the federal government, you'll keep seeing apartment complexes being built.


Bedtime Bedtime July 17, 2019
The Forgotten Ones The Forgotten Ones July 10, 2019

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