This annual duel between seniors and firefighters has been happening for about five years. This year, it was engine #34 that answered the call.
Chadwick Hunsaker Calmes received his Eagle Scout award at a Court of Honor held on June 7, 2014.
One has only to look across the hazy Valley to recognize we are in the midst of our winter inversion season.
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.
Mikey Tucker, 10, is getting what he wants most this holiday season: a pain-free Christmas, thanks to the International Foundation of Lymphology, a Sandy-based clinic.
Out of about 4,000 medical calls that the Sandy City Fire Department takes every year, 20 percent involve people who have fallen, most of them senior citizens. The department’s new fall prevention program aims to lower that number.
Sandy City seems to be having a bit of a deer problem, and hunting them may be in the cards.
After 29 years of service to Sandy City, juggling his time among keeping the budget in check, working with residents, and making sure everything was done legally, City Council Executive Director Phil Glenn recently retired on Nov. 17.
Cities throughout the state are joining together to educate their residents on the need for new transportation funding.