Author: David Hatchett

Prove renting tightens up

On March 24, 2009 the Provo Municipal Council met to discuss a number of issues including zoning laws in Provo, specifically R1 zones with an A and S overlay. According to the minutes, the Council wants to redefine the terms owner-occupant, primary residence and trust.

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Clearing up misconceptions about pagans

Members from the Utah Pagan Alliance came to UVU Thursday March 26, 2009 to clear up misconceptions about Paganism, Wicca, witches and magic to students and others wishing to learn and understand more about the oft-misunderstood practices and religion of these groups.

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Field station offers resources to students and community

Bringing attention and recognition to the Capital Reef Field station was the goal of the celebration held in the Sorensen Center on Thursday, Feb. 19. The celebration featured many performances from live music to dances. Alongside the performances were several booths run by different organizations and a film showing pictures of the station and important related events.

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Celebrating unique field station

The Capital Reef Field Station, an eight year-long project completed last October, will be recognized in a celebration held at Center Stage in the Sorensen Student Center Thursday, Feb. 19 at 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Alongside giveaways and a performance commemorating the field station completion, the celebration will also provide opportunities and information for students to become involved.

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Traffic school options

Red and blue lights flash in the rear view mirror. Frantic fumbling through the glove box, looking for license and registration. The incident ends with a little piece of paper that will end up costing a lot of money. Receiving a ticket, be it a speeding ticket or some other moving violation, is an unpleasant and costly experience for most.

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