Herriman High School girls track team was not to be denied of its fourth straight state track championship. It all came down to the final leg of the 4x400 meter relay. To top it off, the boys placed second overall.
Roberta Crane, who’s lived in Herriman her whole life, celebrated her 100th birthday in June.
Fort Herriman Middle School students went on job shadows as a culminating project for their college and career awareness classes.
The Tucker family, of Herriman, converted from traditional public school to online public school during the 2015-16 school-year.
Todd and Dawn Monson, of Riverton, have taught nearly 16,000 students during their careers, inviting each of them to find science all around them.
Be Ready Herriman met with the Unified Police Department for a CERT refresher on May 26. The UPD went over how to search effectively and what to do in situations with untrained civilian volunteers.
On Memorial Day, Herriman City invited Riverton Post 140 American Legion to lead a Tribute Ceremony for the fallen soldiers and veterans who have served the country. The Tribute Ceremony included poetry, speeches, songs and salutes.
Riverton City Council unanimously passes the budget for fiscal year 2016–2017. They also decided to keep the city newsletter for one more year.
There is good news for residents who love to bike, walk and run. Riverton City is currently pursuing projects to increase bike lanes and walking trails throughout the city.
Quit paying for your gym membership this summer and get outside. You’ll get a nice tan, soak up some Vitamin D, maybe lose some weight and save some money. That’s what I call a win-win-win-win situation.