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Reasons to Call the 911 or Police Dispatch

There are some instances when people know when to call the police such as a fire or someone is having a heart attack. Other times are trickier and people may hesitate because they don’t know if calling the police is necessary.

Parks and Rec: “The Heart and Soul of this City”

Pickleball, Recycle Day, cemeteries, Town Days--these are a few of the many activities and responsibilities that Riverton City’s Park and Recreation Department covers throughout the year.

Southland Students Explore History through Music

The Oquirrh Hills Middle School auditorium filled with spectators as young actors and actresses from Southland Elementary took the stage to perform “The Adventures of Lewis and Clark,” a musical journey about the famous exploring duo from American history.

Riverton Drums Up New Percussion Ensemble

Riverton High School’s newest competing ensemble gives percussion students the opportunity to perform year-round.

Blackridge Community Votes on Parking Permit Program

On March 2, there was a public meeting and open house with the Blackridge Reservoir community. It was held at the Herriman City Council Building located at 13011 South Pioneer Street.

Herriman Traffic Patterns Create Concern

There are many different issues that result from vehicular congestion and unfavorable traffic patterns surrounding Herriman High School.

Bluffdale Breaks Ground for New City Hall on Park Property

For the first time since 2003, Bluffdale City administration will work together under one roof on a daily basis.

A Deadly Good Performance

Valentine’s Day is traditionally filled with hearts, candy, flowers and love. Rarely is this romantic holiday associated with zombies and the aftermath of a potential apocalypse.

Daddy Daughter Date Night

On Feb. 5, five D’s came to the Sandra N. Lloyd Community Center: dads, daughters, dinner, dessert and dancing.

“Joseph” Returns to the Community Center Stage with a New Vision

After seven years, Riverton Arts Council is bringing “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” back to the Sandra N. Lloyd Community Center stage.



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