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Library Receives Fresh Makeover

By Rachel Hall, Dec 05, 2014, Categories: Today, News

Once the doors open, the Riverton Library will be back to full operation with a list of events already scheduled.

Big Hearts At Herriman High Choose To Give Back

By Sherry Smith, Dec 05, 2014, Categories: Today, Education

Since it opened in 2010, Herriman High has been doing a yearly charity drive each December, known as Hearts of Gold.

TreeUtah Stops By Midas Creek Elementary

By City Journals Staff, Dec 05, 2014, Categories: Today, Education

TreeUtah gave a generous $1,200 grant to the students who replaced the trees in a planting ceremony Nov. 4.

Mustangs Want To Win

By Greg James, Dec 05, 2014, Categories: Today, Sports

“We are a true team. These kids love to compete. Top to bottom, these girls want to win."

Riverton Basketball Team Begins A New Era

By Greg James, Dec 05, 2014, Categories: Today, Sports

When the lights come on in the Riverton High School gymnasium, new faces will be standing on the sidelines, but the basketball team will still have the same style of play they have used since the school opened in 1999.

Community Pours Out Support For Kidney Transplant Patient

By Rachel Hall, Dec 05, 2014, Categories: Today, News

Imagine walking into a doctor’s office for a routine examination with an expectation of leaving with a clean bill of health, but instead being diagnosed with a life-threatening condition.

Rockin’ Around the Real Christmas Tree

By Peri Kinder, Dec 05, 2014, Categories: Arts+Entertainment, Today

Now that we’re empty nesters, my husband has tentatively suggested that we destroy Christmas.

Climb Every Mountain, But Don’t Build Houses There, Herriman Residents Say

By Sherrie Ricks, Nov 06, 2014, Categories: News, Local Life

“Please don’t let them build homes on the mountain,” was the general comment given by every resident who chose to speak at an Oct. 8 Herriman public hearing on proposed development on the western Traverse Ridge above Herriman.

Silverwolves Volleyball Team Secures Spot In State Tournament

By Greg James, Nov 06, 2014, Categories: Sports

The experience the Riverton Silverwolves volleyball team gained last season, by advancing to the state tournament, has helped them succeed this year.

Carving Pumpkins For A Cause

By Shawna Meyer, Nov 06, 2014, Categories: Arts+Entertainment, News, Local Life

The Parade of Pumpkins is kind of like the Festival of Trees. However, instead of bidding on Christmas trees, people in attendance bid on Halloween displays, decorated pumpkins and haunted gingerbread houses.



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