On May 12 Utah actualized nearly 500 new laws that span the legislative panoramic, with everything from seat belts to a law that reclaims Utah’s status as the only state with the firing squad as a legal way to execute.
Moises Calleja (with trophy), age 10 has been voted Sandy Club “Member of the Month” for May 2015.
For six days in June, Weber State University will host hundreds of girls selected for The Girls State program, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, to educate youth about civic responsibilities and the ins and outs of government processes.
Seeing a rapidly deteriorating understanding between law enforcement and the citizens they serve has prompted me to share with you, what I believe, is the true story behind the badge.
He was a problem solver who never started life out thinking he would be Governor. His natural talents and abilities continued to open doors and opportunities for him.
Sandy City is home to three incredible arts programs. The Arts Guild, which produces plays and musicals, Mountain West Ballet and American West Symphony and Chorus. Each organization is non-profit, and hundreds of volunteers come together to bring each production to life.
Gone but never forgotten, Sandy City is truly thankful to have been served so diligently and will ensure that his memory is forever preserved in its history.
On May 16, Sandy City Pride is celebrating its 30th year of serving the community through beautification projects and cleanup services.
on March 19 the Sandy City Police Department received a domestic violence call in the area of 200 East and Jordan View Drive.
The words “public hearing” are usually synonymous with “public debate.” Whenever a major change in the community is going to take place.