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Tyson recalls chicken nuggets over reports of rubber inside

Tyson recalls chicken nuggets over reports of rubber inside

WASHINGTON (AP) — Tyson Foods is recalling some chicken nuggets after customers said they found pieces of “soft, blue rubber” inside. The U.S. Agriculture Department said the 5-pound (2-kilogram) bags should be thrown away or returned. The agency says there are no confirmed reports of anyone getting sick from the […]

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Federal workers seek loans, second jobs as shutdown lingers

Federal workers seek loans, second jobs as shutdown lingers

OGDEN, Utah (AP) — Rachael Weatherly is a senior adviser for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, but she’s considering trying to get a job at a grocery store. Weatherly is among the 800,000 federal employees who aren’t getting paychecks for the first time Friday because of the lingering government shutdown. […]

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BYU Men’s Basketball’s Yoeli Childs Named To Watch List for Olson, Henson Awards

BYU Men’s Basketball’s Yoeli Childs Named To Watch List for Olson, Henson Awards

PROVO, Utah-Wednesday, BYU men’s basketball star junior guard Yoeli Childs was named to the mid-season watch lists for the Lute Olson Award and the Lou Henson Award. Both awards are presented by collegeinsider.com. The Olson award, named for the legendary former Arizona, Long Beach State and Iowa head coach, is […]

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Utah State Football To Honor Three Championship Teams At Homecoming Saturday

Utah State Football To Honor Three Championship Teams At Homecoming Saturday

LOGAN, Utah-Saturday, as part of their Homecoming festivities, Utah State football will honor three previous championship teams, the Aggies’ squads from 1978, 1993 and 2013. The 1978 team, coached by Bruce Snyder, tied for first in the Pacific Coast Athletic Association (the predecessor to the Big West) with a record […]

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NCAA Utah Golf Roundup: 9/24

NCAA Utah Golf Roundup: 9/24

ERIE, Colo.-Monday, at Day 1 of the Simpson Colorado Invitational at the Colorado National Golf Club of Erie, Colo. the Colorado and Utah men’s golf squads are dominating early. The Buffaloes have the overall team lead with 568 points (-8) while Utah is second with 571 points (-5). Utah Valley […]

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BYU Women’s Volleyball Ranked #1 For First Time Since 1986

BYU Women’s Volleyball Ranked #1 For First Time Since 1986

PROVO, Utah-Per information released Monday from ncaa.com, BYU women’s volleyball is ranked #1 in the nation this week for the first time since 1986. The Cougars, who are 8-0 on the young season, rose up from #3 last week and amassed 54 first-place votes. Stanford, whom the Cougars have vanquished […]

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Utah Football Plays Northern Illinois For First Time Saturday

Utah Football Plays Northern Illinois For First Time Saturday

SALT LAKE CITY-Saturday, Utah football, fresh off the heels of a 41-10 win over Weber State August 30, plays Northern Illinois for the first time in history. The game against the Huskies at DeKalb, Ill., is also the Utes’ first all-time game against a team from the Mid-Athletic Conference (MAC). […]

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Utah celebrates Pioneer Day recognizing early settlers

Utah celebrates Pioneer Day recognizing early settlers

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — 9:50 a.m. President Donald Trump is recognizing Mormon pioneers who journeyed across the west to build a new home in Utah. Trump said in a statement issued Tuesday by the White House that the families who fled persecution in Illinois “worked tirelessly to transform the […]

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UVU Basketball Names New Strength and Conditioning Coach

UVU Basketball Names New Strength and Conditioning Coach

OREM, Utah-Friday, Utah Valley University men’s basketball coach Mark Pope announced the hiring of Charles Young  as the team’s new strength and conditioning coach. Young replaces Randy Towner, who recently accepted a position at the University of Alabama Birmingham. For the Wolverines, Young will oversee strength, conditioning and nutrition of […]

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