On Feb. 5, five D’s came to the Sandra N. Lloyd Community Center: dads, daughters, dinner, dessert and dancing.
After seven years, Riverton Arts Council is bringing “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” back to the Sandra N. Lloyd Community Center stage.
Andrew Rose is gearing up to teach another school of students how to fish at the Herriman Cove Pond in April.
Recently, there has been a major increase in population within the South Valley area. As a response, more businesses yearn to accommodate and thrive off of the residential boom.
The Girls softball team at Herriman High School is poised to repeat its success from last season.
In what started as an accident, a 10-year-old Herriman boy and his father developed a love for something they can do together.
Two Riverton High School U.S. government classes got a visit from Rep. Dan McCay R-Riverton during the last period of the second quarter.
As Martin Luther King, Jr. famously stated, “The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically.
It is 4 a.m. on Feb. 2, and Riverton City streets are covered in snow. Roads are currently hazardous due to snowdrifts built up from high winds.
The Riverton City Council unanimously approved the Master Development Agreement (MDA) for approximately 543 acres at their Jan. 19 council meeting.