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Bonneville Junior High and Spring Lane Elementary will be getting a mini-facelift in late April, thanks to the work of the Granite Education Foundation and the procuring of a grant from Comcast. Volunteers are essential to make this event a success, ...
  The City of Holladay became the 20th in Utah to adopt an anti-discrimination ordinance. Council members approved to ordinance by a 5-1 vote on Feb. 20. The vote concluded a month-long discussion of the ordinance in the community. Holladay ...
Cottonwood Heights accepts annexation petition for further review By Sherry Sorensen The boundaries of Cottonwood Heights will increase by roughly 80 acres if a request for annexation filed with the city recorder’s office reaches final approv...
Residents of Holladay have long believed they lived in one of the best cities in the state, and now they have proof they were right. Movoto, an online real estate brokerage firm based in San Mateo, Calif., recently released the 10 best places to live...
In Cottonwood Heights, police officers can arrive on the scene of a priority one emergency approximately 4.5 minutes after dispatch receives the call. But, when the 911 call is routed to the wrong dispatch center, critical time can be lost. On Feb. ...
  It takes courage to stand up for what you believe in. It takes even greater courage to selflessly advocate on the behalf of someone else. On Feb. 5, April Ryce Ensign, Cottonwood Heights’ victim assistance coordinator, was honored with...
  Councilman Mike Peterson has three passions in life: family, parks and recreation, and public service. For the past 45 years, the long-time resident of Cottonwood Heights has dedicated countless hours to public service, both as a volunteer an...
  Big decisions are on the horizon regarding the future of the central Wasatch Mountains. In early February, Mountain Accord, a collaboration of more than 20 public and private stakeholders, including Cottonwood Heights, hosted a public scopi...
Now that the weather is beginning to get warmer, it’s time to look at taking down any of the outside lights that may have been left on the trees from the holidays. Research and experience shows that lights left on trees longer than two ye...
Dance students from Olympus High School have the opportunity to learn from the state’s best professional modern dancers and perform along side them in an event that is free to the public. Made possible by a grant from On Stage Utah and matching...
It’s time to cross something off your bucket list and enjoy some local art at the same time. The Whitmore Library Senior Advisory Board is holding the first ever Senior Art Exhibit. It is open to participants that are 55 years old or older and ...
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