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Ski & Snowboard News / Aerial and Moguls World Cups coming to Deer Valley

By Harriet Wallis, Jan 30, 2017, Categories: Today, Sports

High flying action starts Thursday

Head Over Heels

By Bryan Scott, Jan 27, 2017, Categories: Today, Local Life

"If I’d married an unfeeling psychopath that wouldn’t be a problem, but my husband could be the spokesperson for the Hallmark channel."

A New Way to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

By Bryan Scott, Jan 27, 2017, Categories: Today, Local Life

"We would carefully tear along the dotted lines, so as not to rip them, then stuff each envelope with pink and yellow hearts, that when combined, made a secret message? Then we would run around the neighborhood leaving our creations on the doorsteps of our friends and those we had a childhood crush on."

"Rent" Rossignol powder skis free after a Monster Dump

By Harriet Wallis, Jan 20, 2017, Categories: Sports

When any resort gets 12" of snow or more in 24 hours, you win! You can try Rossi powder skis free.

Dan's Review: "xXx: Return of Xander Cage" an extreme waste of time

By Dan Metcalf, Jan 20, 2017, Categories: Arts+Entertainment

Vin Diesel is back in xXx: Return of Xander Cage, the third sequel in a series of increasingly ridiculous films.

Dan's Review: Keaton shines in "The Founder"

By Dan Metcalf, Jan 20, 2017, Categories: Arts+Entertainment

Michael Keaton stars in "The Founder" as Ray Kroc, the man who made McDonald's into the fast food empire we know today.

Dan's Review: Shyamalan back to his old tricks in "Split"

By Dan Metcalf, Jan 20, 2017, Categories: Arts+Entertainment

James McAvoy plays a creepy man with 23 separate personalities in M. Night Shyamalan's Split.

Blackridge Elementary’s caretaker

By Tori LaRue, Jan 25, 2017, Categories: Today, Education

According to school administration, Blackridge Elementary school’s head custodian is redefining what it means to be a school employee.

Riverton schools raise nearly $230,000 for local children fighting cancer

By Tori LaRue, Jan 25, 2017, Categories: Today, Education, Local Life

Seven local children battling cancer received financial assistance from Riverton schools after Riverton High School’s annual Silver Rush donation drive brought in more than $200,000.

Teacher brings robots to elementary school

By Tori LaRue, Jan 25, 2017, Categories: Education

One sixth-grade teacher didn’t want her students to wait until middle school or high school to get exposure to robotics, so she created an early morning robotics club.



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