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  • Revamp your spring look with these makeup tips

    Spring has sprung which means it’s time to lay off the layers and enhance what you’ve been given. Here are five makeup tips from Bobbi Farnsworth to lighten up your look this spring. Metallics are everything, sweep them on your eyes, lips, and cheeks for an instant radiant glow. Time to ditch the matte look because gloss is back, nothing says spring quite like a dewy gloss. Holographic highlighters are the perfect way to brighten up and enhance your radiance. […]

  • How to create an emotional bank account

    You have seen it a million times on the big screen; elaborate romantic gestures meant to woo a new mate, expensive gifts dangled as peace offerings after a big fight, or surprise vacations to get away and reconnect after years of distance.  Do these grand gestures really work at building and maintaining a solid relationship?  As a relationship expert, I can confirm without a doubt that your time and money can be better spent on wooing your mate.  Real life […]

  • Tips for a better night’s sleep

    Getting adequate sleep can greatly impact your overall wellness and mood. Generally, adults 18-64 require about 7-9 hours of sleep. While teenagers need at least 8-10 hours of restful sleep each night. So how can you get a better night’s sleep? USU Sleep Expert Cindy Nelson shares 7 tips on how to get a better night’s rest for a more productive tomorrow. 1. Stick to a sleep schedule. 2. Pay attention to what you eat and drink. 3. Create a […]

  • Co-founder of Snowbird Ted Johnson hit in crosswalk, passes away

    SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – Ted Johnson co-founder of Utah’s Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort passed away late Monday, after suffering injuries from being hit in a crosswalk by an alleged drunk driver. The 91 year-old  was heading from a hotel to a hospital, where he wife was receiving treatment after being evacuated in Northern California due to mudslides. Johnson served as manager of Alta Lodge for a decade, and was inducted into the Intermountain Ski Hall of Fame in 2007. […]

  • Skier dies in Park City skiing accident

    PARK CITY, Utah—  A 20 year-old man has been pronounced dead after striking a tree while skiing, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office. Summit County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call at approximately 1:45 p.m. Monday about an injured skier that had struck a tree. The Salt Lake City resident had been skiing on an advanced trail on the Canyon’s Village side of the Park City Mountain. After medical attention and life saving efforts were performed the man was […]

  • Rare ‘super blue blood moon’ will be visible in Utah Wednesday morning

    SALT LAKE CITY—   A lunar eclipse will be visible throughout Utah Wednesday morning, and the Salt Lake Astronomical Society has tips for those wanting to view the event.  It’s the only visible eclipse in North America this year. During a lunar eclipse, the Moon moves over the Earth’s shadow in space. Darkness then falls across the entirety of the Moon. Starting at 3:51 a.m. Mountain Standard Time, the first part of the moon’s outer shadow will start to interfere. At […]

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