Sandy theater lovers take note: Hale Centre Theatre is officially moving to our city. Sandy City officials have spent countless hours poring over documents and hashing out details, and at the June 11 City Council meeting, the project was finally approved.
The commencement procession showcased 11 Jordan Valley students, all escorted by family members, teachers or friends. Some walked, some were in wheelchairs; all were beaming and had smiles on their faces.
Aubri, along with Peruvian Park fourth grader Abigail Slama-Catron, won each level of the Reflections contest, starting with their school level to being named state winners in March.
Dignitaries from Midvale, Midvale Middle School, Canyons School District and the state legislature, as well as the architecture and construction firm leaders, turned the first shovels of dirt June 11 signaling the beginning of construction of a new Midvale Middle School.
Ever since girls golf became a team sport in 2011 by the Utah High School Activities Association, Alta has had a virtual stranglehold on its Region crown, winning the first five straight.
For the second straight year, Real Salt Lake and Utah were represented on the Men’s National Soccer Team by both Nick Rimando and Kyle Beckerman.
It’s summertime, a time to relax a little and have some fun. A problem that some of us face during this time is that it sometimes seems choices are limited when it comes to entertainment. Here’s the good news: a brand new experience has made its way to Utah in the form of K1 Speed.
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.
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.
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.