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Business Spotlight: Foot Relax Center

Your feet have a lot of work to do and can carry more tension than you realize. You might be surprised just how much relaxation you can experience from a professional foot massage.

Just a Mom

Being a full-time mom is exhausting. People who’ve never spent 24 hours with small children Have No Idea how listening to the opening notes of “Sesame Street” for the billionth time can make your ear drums bleed.

Peruvian Park Turns 50 Years Old

Peruvian Park Elementary has changed during the 37 years Simonds has taught at the school, and, to celebrate its 50 years, a birthday bash will take place at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 21.

Stingy Alta Defense Keeping Hawks Soaring

It was supposed to be an off year for the Alta boys soccer team. They lost every starter from last year’s squad, bringing only one midfielder back with experience. But nobody told this year’s senior class they couldn’t play with the big boys, as Alta has jumped out to a 5-0 record in the first three weeks of play.

Mayor's Message

Every year, there is a flurry of activity for 45 days at the Utah Capitol as legislators work feverishly to make good policy to better govern the lives of Utahns. We would be remiss to not take the opportunity to express our thanks for their service, with special recognition to our own representatives who work hard looking out for our city’s interests.

Alta View Receives Technology Grants

Five Alta View teachers recently were awarded Canyons School District Education Foundation Innovation grants to increase technology use in their classrooms.

Lights, Camera, Action — Canyons Film Festival Set

“What makes this special is that it’s a unique way of learning, different than other district learning,” film festival project lead and elementary education tech specialist Katie Blunt said.

Decision Time For Wasatch Mountains And Canyons

We’re nearing decision time for an important collaboration on the future of the Wasatch Front and Wasatch Back mountains and canyons.

New Trail Will Connect Sandy To Draper

“This trail will run north and south through the city, and Dimple Dell Park has a trail that runs east and west through the city,” Earl said. “Eventually, we’ll have that go all the way down into the city center, and it’ll connect to South Jordan.”

Desert Star Presents ‘Into The Hoods’

From the creative mind of Desert Star’s own Scott Holman comes a tale of a failed presidential candidate turned baker, Mitt Romney, as he tries to break his election curse, placed upon him by the evil witch, Hillary Clinton.



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