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It’s that time of year again, when parents are forced to hear the oft-repeated “I’m bored” from their kids. Luckily, Sandy City has no shortage of fun activities to keep every bored kid and exasperated parent happy.
Corner Canyon girl’s golf team won the school’s first Utah High School Athletic Association sanctioned sports championship in May 2016.
Plunging their hands in cold water, fish slip through their fingers, much to the screams, laughter and delight of Silver Mesa fourth-graders.
Nine-year-old Liam Morgan has read a director’s handbook several times, knows how to create a storyboard, has written scripts and has experience in creating movies.
Sandy’s top fundraising public school was back skipping rope on May 9 and May 11 to help the American Heart Association raise money to help people with heart disease and strokes.
At Jordan Valley School, musical groups have come to perform and interact with the students. On May 10, No Limits played pop songs from the past four decades for the students. Charlie Jenkins was scheduled to perform country music on June 2.
Sandy City is not currently considering an urban deer removal program, despite the efforts of citizens for and against such a program in 2014 and the successful conclusion of two Division of Wildlife Resources pilot programs for viable removal methods in July 2015.
Sandy City police’s K-9 unit replaced damaged K-9 agility obstacles with the new obstacles designed and built by soon-to-be Eagle Scout Austin Cole of Riverton City.
After over 40 years, Lance McRae is retiring from the working at the Sandy post office.