“We are a young team overall, but we have some very good players,” coach Trace Bevell said. “They are getting better and better the more we play.”
“With the rising number of computers involved in so many jobs and career fields, it is important that people know how to not only use, but be able to understand, code,” Gretchen said.
The 2015 legislative session began recently, and Sandy City officials will be pushing for funding to make the lives of the city’s residents better.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, Desert Star Playhouse sets sail with “Pirates of the Scaribbean: Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Fun!”
Traffic is the number-one complaint of those opposed to the street expansion, according to a group who presented their case to the Sandy City Council in January.
“[The Sandy Arts Guild] provides great opportunities to act or direct with a lot of people who are like-minded as far as being passionate about theater, and it’s a great location in Sandy City, specifically, to perform."
A small business owner from Sandy recently had the opportunity to travel to Washington, D.C. to share information and ask questions at a small businesses roundtable at the White House.
With a smile on his face and a twinkle in his eye, Santa Claus arrived at the South Towne Center in November to meet all the girls and boys of Sandy.
Cities throughout the state are joining together to educate their residents on the need for new transportation funding.
“We have already started off with one win on the girls’ side and two on the boys’ in dual meets,” Alta swimming coach Patrick Thurman said. “We may be small in numbers, but we have swimmers that want to compete.”