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Gov. Herbert Delivers Message on National Monuments to President Obama

Gov. Herbert also hand­delivered a letter to President Obama today during White House meetings.

Gallup Confirms – Utah Residents Most Positive About State Economy

Utahns describe economic conditions in the state as “excellent” and “getting better.”

Utah Farm Bureau Lists ‘Issues to Watch For in 2016’

List includes priority areas for 2016 Utah legislative session.

Sandy Faces Potential Multi-Million Dollar Deficit by 2020

Sandy City Council and administration are planning now for what can potentially be approximately a $2.8 million deficit by the year 2020.

Council Members Take Oaths of Office

Re-elected Council Members Linda Saville, Steve Fairbanks and Chris McCandless took their oaths of office on Monday, Jan. 4 while newly elected Councilmember Maren Barker had a scheduling conflict and was unable to attend the ceremonious event.

Off Duty Firefighter Awarded for Saving a Life

Fireman Darren Schmidt has worked for the Sandy Fire Department for nine years, two of those years he served as a volunteer.

E-Commerce Exchange Zone at Sandy Police Station

The Sandy Journal reported last year the establishment of what was being called a ‘Safe Exchange Zone’ as recommended by Councilmember Steve Fairbanks.

Officers Grow Beards to Raise Money for Co-Worker

In the spirit of ‘No-Shave-November,’ Sandy officers were allowed to grow beards to raise money for a co-worker who is battling cancer.

Sandy City Honors Former Councilmember Dennis Tenney for 28 Years of Service

Sandy City honored former councilmember Dennis Tenney for his 28 years of service. Tenney was first elected in November 1987 to serve District 2 and continued to represent the district until this last election when Maren Barker won the seat.

Unified Police Department Officer Killed in the Line of Duty

Detectives are still searching for a female who was with Henderson in the car at the time of the crash.

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