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Mayor's Message — Behind The Badge: Creative Law Enforcement Solutions

Last month, I highlighted some of the local and national challenges faced by law enforcement agencies, including negative public perception and challenges with recruitment. This month I’d like to focus on the good news of law enforcement, and there is certainly plenty to tout in our local department.

Me And My Shadow

At 2, I wasn’t even sure what a “sister” was, but I knew it wasn’t anything good. Once I realized she would be sticking around for a while, I decided to punish my mom and dad for trying to replace me with this whining little monster.

Sandy Teen Honored For Volunteerism At National Award Ceremony In Washington, D.C.

Utah’s top middle school volunteer of 2015, Amelia Slama-Catron, 14, was honored May 3 in the nation’s capitol for her outstanding volunteer service during the 20th annual presentation of the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.

Construction Crews Discover Ancient Site In Dimple Dell

Wandering along the trail heads in Dimple Dell Canyon, you are sure to find places where people have camped or even cooked. But when Questar Gas construction crews were in the area near the Wrangler Trailhead working on a natural-gas pipeline, they uncovered something more, something ancient.

Healthy Partnership Lends Itself To Healthy Residents

The program, along with the many volunteers and sponsors, strives to create healthy residents through addressing all lifestyle habits that include safety, substance abuse and addiction, sleep and relationships.

Patrons Get Wise About Water And Gardening At Annual Fair

The fair offers booths filled with educational handouts on water-wise plants, and specialists are on hand to help patrons understand and implement water conservation.

Will Sandy Adopt A ‘No-Kill’ Philosophy?

The Sandy City Council is currently deciding whether Sandy will become a “no-kill” city for animals.

Alta Physics Teacher Named Canyons District’s Top Educator

“This has been overwhelming and caught me as a surprise because I love teaching and doing what I’m doing,” he said. “I’m very humbled and honored, and this award validates what I’ve put my heart and soul into and what I strive to become better with each inservice.”

Silver Mesa Students Run For Computer Funds

Principal Julie Fielding said that they hope to raise $12,000 to purchase 33 Chromebooks, along with a cart that can be moved from classroom to classroom. Chromebooks are laptop computers running Google’s Chrome OS as their operating system.

Sandy Chamber Corner

At the event, the aspiring CEOs pitched their business ideas to a premier panel of 10 local business and education leaders for real funding and scholarships.



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