Riverton has introduced its fourth football coach in five years. Jody Morgan is taking over a program struggling to regain its identity, but he wants its players to know he is in it for the long haul.
Riverton officials have asked residents and businesses to cut water usage by 25 percent. Though the reduction is currently voluntary, officials are exploring options to penalize those who do not comply.
Take a virtual reality field trip virtually anywhere, anytime.
All 57 schools in Jordan District have a Principal’s Pantry to provide students and their families with food.
Riverton officials invited Local First Utah executive director Kristin Lavelett to speak on the economic benefits of buying from local businesses.
Living in a desert state, some Salt Lake Valley residents are making it a mission to conserve water.
Riverton graduate Dylan Gregerson has advanced to be part of the junior Pan Am games in Guatemala.
In conjunction with Bluffdale’s Old West Days Aug. 6–11, the city will celebrate its 40th birthday with birthday-themed activities throughout the week in addition to all the traditional Old West Days events.
A brief look into some of the cars displayed at the annual Riverton Car Show.
Riverton businesses no longer need to pay for business licenses, thanks to increased sales tax revenue.