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“When neighbors start talking, good things happen,” Amy Bryant, Sandy City Police crime prevention specialist, said.
After being in the same place for the last 21 years, The Sandy Club, A Safe Place for Boys and Girls, broke ground for their new 12,400-square-foot center on Oct. 21.
UDOT is prepared to help keep roads safe and plowed during the winter season and suggests that motorists also take safety precautions. A traffic app is available to help drivers determine when and where to travel.
Desert Star’s presents Ebenezer Scrooge: His Nightmare Before Christmas
It turns out that some scientists think we’re headed for a mass extinction. Merry Christmas!
I’m finding this trend sad and disturbing! Most of these businesses are local to our economy. They employ our families, friends and neighbors.
More than 250 Indian Hills Middle School sixth- through eighth-grade students and first-year principal Doug Graham took to the street in 93-degree record heat on Sept. 25 for the school’s annual 5K fun run.
The Hale Centre Theatre held a groundbreaking ceremony on Sept. 16 on the 3rd floor of the City Hall building, near where the new 130,000-square-foot, $65 million theater will be built in Sandy.
Welcome to the Reality TV show political campaign landscape that’s a combination of “Survivor” and “Hell’s Kitchen.” I call it “American Idle: Washington, D.C.”
Now we have creepy-looking elves wreaking havoc on the house and leaving daily surprises for an entire month.