‘From where I stand’

Poems that move back and forth through time can be intriguing. In this poem by Pat Schneider, she looks deep into the past and evokes it in compelling detail, though the poem speculates that there will arrive a future in which this particular moment in the past is all but forgotten. Yet it’s vividly remembered, in that same future, which […]

Helpful tips explained for exporting, importing favorites from Safari, Edge and Google Chrome

Importing and exporting favorites, also called “bookmarks,” from one browser to another is quite easy to do. Safari, Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome all allow you to export and import your favorites. Each browser will save your favorites into an HTML format, so it can be recognized by other browsers. First, for Mac users, I recommend using Safari, and for […]

Ways to become a better gardener this year

I don’t usually make any New Year’s Day resolutions, because if the new practice is worthwhile to consider and put into place, it’s done “on the fly” throughout the year. I’m also not a good resolution keeper, being more full of good intention than actual resolution. But one resolution for me that has withstood the test of time is to learn […]

Ivory Dream

Michael Green didn’t want his mother to sell the piano. At the time, he was a 9-year-old Grantsville boy who liked soccer, and he had been taking piano lessons for five years. “I didn’t want to practice anymore,” Green said. “I was just sick of it, and I kind of wanted to do other things. My mom said I’m going […]

Matt Brady Worsencroft

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Matt Brady Worsencroft returned to the loving arms of his Heavenly Father and family on Jan. 16, 2018. He was born Sept. 10, 1982, in Salt Lake City, Utah, as the third son of Jerry and Sharon Worsencroft. Brady was a feisty, caring, loving person, who was very smart and talented. He enjoyed working in the construction field and remodeling […]

Matt Brady Worsencroft

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Matt Brady Worsencroft returned to the loving arms of his Heavenly Father and family on Jan. 16, 2018. He was born Sept. 10, 1982, in Salt Lake City, Utah, as the third son of Jerry and Sharon Worsencroft. Brady was a feisty, caring, loving person, who was very smart and talented. He enjoyed working in the construction field and remodeling […]

Royce Watkins Cannon Jr.

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Royce Watkins Cannon Jr. passed away peacefully on Jan. 18, 2018, on his 78th birthday surrounded by his family. Roy was born on Jan. 18, 1940, to Royce Sr. and Corrine Cannon in Alabama. He grew up in Mobile, Alabama, with his older sister Eloise, where at a young age he joined the U.S. Army. During this time he served […]

Jack A. Conder

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Jack A. Conder passed away on Jan. 15, 2018. He was born on April 9, 1929, to Peter Conder and Theo Adams in American Fork, Utah. He married Mary Carol Stoddard on Oct. 21, 1948, in Elko, Nevada. They had 61 wonderful years together until she passed away on June 8, 2009. They have three children. Jack joined the U.S. […]

Sports Wrap – January 18, 2018

Dugway boys basketball vs. Telos The Dugway boys basketball team rushed out to a 19-3 lead after the first quarter of its Region 21 opener against Telos and never looked back, cruising to a 59-30 win at home. Jake Whalen led the Mustangs (7-4, 1-0 Region 21) with 18 points, while Jarren Reynolds and Seth Ryan each had nine. Dugway travels […]

Cowboys’ defense gets carved up by Trojans

A strong defense is supposed to be the Grantsville boys basketball team’s calling card, but on Wednesday night in Morgan, the Cowboys certainly weren’t dialed in on that end of the floor. The result was a 73-45 loss to one of the top teams in Class 3A, dropping Grantsville to 1-1 in Region 13 play and leaving the Cowboys looking […]