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Canyons School District Hosts Storytelling Showcase

Oct 07, 2015 ● By Bryan Scott

Elementary students from Canyons School District schools had the opportunity to present stories, fairytales or folk tales at the fifth annual district storytelling showcase, Story Weavers.

Jordan High Young Democrat Wants Discussion on the Hill

Oct 07, 2015 ● By Bryan Scott

After researching online and learning that women get paid in Utah about 75 cents to men’s $1, with a 77 cent average nationwide, Kari decided to bring it to the attention of her classmates.

Officers Trained on Reaction Time

Oct 07, 2015 ● By Bryan Scott

“What you see on the television is an erroneous depiction of policemen; it’s boredom accentuated by minutes of terror, that you have to react as a result of good training.

Students Have a Red Carpet Moment

Sep 28, 2015 ● By Rhett Wilkinson

One had paper. Another had the real thing.

Jordan High: a Tradition for Sandy Family

Aug 10, 2015 ● By Bryan Scott

When Ammon Jones was entering high school last fall, he wasn’t as scared or apprehensive as some freshmen.

Park Lane, Silver Mesa Hold Year-End Dance Festivals

Jun 26, 2015 ● By Julie Slama

“I thought it would be a fun, unifying event to end the school year,” Principal Julie Fielding said, after she saw a similar event at a Lehi school and decided to bring it to Silver Mesa. “It’s been fun for everyone — students, parents and teachers.”

Molina Healthcare Recognizes Volunteers With Champions Award

Jun 26, 2015 ● By Lewi Lewis

Every year, Molina Healthcare celebrates and recognizes the good deeds of local residents whose service and volunteerism positively impacts the communities in which they live.

Eleven Students Honored At Jordan Valley Commencement

Jun 26, 2015 ● By Julie Slama

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.

Two Sandy Students Win National Reflections

Jun 26, 2015 ● By Julie Slama

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.


Jun 26, 2015 ● By Megan Mahajan

For Hillcrest High School students, social media helped them to band together, comfort each other, gather support from the community and find strength.

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