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Riverton 2018–19 budget approved

Riverton’s budget for this year, bolstered by strong sales tax revenue, includes lots of additional funding for roads and parks.

Utility boxes in Herriman could be artwork someday

The city council voted July 11 to authorize an agreement with Rocky Mountain Power giving Herriman the option of decorating the boxes.

To belt or not to belt? That is the question

There are two sides to the school bus seat belt debate.

Salt Lake Chamber hopes to raise awareness about Utah’s housing situation

The Salt Lake Chamber wants to start a dialogue about housing problems in Utah.

Airport reconstruction project on schedule for 2020

Salt Lake City will soon have a new airport.

Riverton asks residents to cut water usage by 25%

The city is encouraging people to get more comfortable with having brown spots on their lawns.

Students access real-life scientific resources to build dinosaurs

Students create virtual dinosaurs using digitized fossils.

Study to examine best density for Olympia Hills site

Herriman officials will conduct a study to determine the best density for the Olympia Hills site.

Ready to roll: Herriman Police Department transition on schedule

The chief of the new Herriman Police Department says his force is on schedule to take over from the Unified Police Department on Sept. 30.

Riverton to withdraw from Unified Police Department

During an emergency city council meeting on July 19, the Riverton city council voted unanimously to declare their intent to leave the UPD.



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