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Hero2Hired Helps Vets Find Jobs

Hundreds of veterans, active-duty military and military spouses converged together on March 23 at the South Towne Expo Center in the hopes to find employment.

Falcon Running Club Attracts Pre-Teen Runners

Sandy City Parks and Recreation is sponsoring the annual Falcon Running Club. In its fifth year, the running club is for kids ages 8 to 13, who get together weekly to jog together.

Beehive Academy Wins State Lego Robotics Title, to Compete at Internationals

While sitting at Utah Valley University on Jan. 30, listening to groups receive special trophies at the state championship of the first Lego robotics competition, several Beehive Science & Technology Academy students said they gave up hope at winning an award.

Study Shows Crashes Reduced by 40 Percent with New Safety Improvements

Crash analyses are often completed prior to the design and construction of safety improvement projects.

Printed Garden Book Store Holds Grand Opening

A huge crowded gathered on Saturday, Feb. 20 for the grand opening of the Printed Garden, the newest locally owned bookstore in Sandy.

Women of Worth Raise Funds to Help Support Women

The roaring ’20s were in full swing during the annual fundraiser for Women of Worth Utah. Held on March 11 at Club 90, this year’s theme was 1920s Monte Carlo where guests tried their luck at various casino games, all for the benefit of local women.

Jordan High Senior Receives Presidential Service Award

Jordan High senior Madeleine didn’t set out to earn the President’s Volunteer Service Award, so it was a pleasant surprise when she learned she would be receiving it.

Recreation Center Offering Sports Programs for Home-Schooled Kids

Students receiving their education through home school have a chance to enjoy physical education and be able to interact with their peers through a sports program specifically for home-schooled kids offered through the Dimple Dell Recreation Center.

Jordan High School Boys Tennis Ready to Take on New Season

The boys tennis team at Jordan High School is prepped to start a new competitive season. Both the varsity and junior varsity team are ready to make it to the state tournament.

Jordan High Baseball Team Gives Back to Community Through Volunteering

Before the season began, Jordan High School’s baseball team came together on Feb. 26 to give back to the community through volunteering at Saint Vincent de Paul homeless dining hall.



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