Author Archives: Ashley Moser


Can Apple Juice Each day Keep the Doctors Away?

It’s that time of year again for the Smith family to thaw out their homemade apple juice. Once a year, the Smiths press over a thousand apples to make a year’s worth of juice, then freeze it. They say it’s the only way they can enjoy the fruit. Continue reading

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Granite May Drop Year-Round Schedules

Tracey Kay’s daughter walks to school each day to Woodrow Wilson Elementary.  This school is one of 14 elementary schools that are deciding between keeping year-round schedules or transitioning them into traditional ones.  Kay says she’s in favor of the change because … Continue reading

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Clinic for Homeless in Need of Flu Shots

As the flu season continues to reach its peak, funding for flu vaccinations at the fourth street clinic begin to hit its low. This non-profit health care provider for Utah’s homeless needs to raise eight thousand dollars by January for … Continue reading

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Heading to the Polls

Is it the cold weather or the pressing issues that are keeping voters from the polls? Continue reading

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Funding For New American Fork Lanes

Three point five million dollars is now in the bank account for a project that will widen the roadways throughout American Fork. Continue reading

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School Counselors Help Grieving Students

Students at Diamond Fork Junior High don’t usually dress up this much for school, and the reason they’ve traded t-shirts for dress shirts is to remember 15-year olds Kelsea Weber and Essa Ricker. Continue reading

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Buddhist Temple Dispute

The Pho Quang Temple in Salt Lake City is facing a divide between two Buddhist religious groups. Continue reading

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Economic Impact of New Provo Temple

LDS church members aren’t the only ones excited about the announcement of a new Provo temple. Downtown business owners are hopeful a new temple will bring more people to the developing Center Street. Continue reading

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Religious Discrimination in the Workplace

The restaurant business often requires service 24/7. But what if you lived in an area where most employees recognize Sunday as a day of rest? Continue reading

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Daily Dose of Spirituality

People use LDS Facebook pages to get a dose of spirituality. Continue reading

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