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Mayor's Message

I submitted the Mayor’s budget to the Riverton City Council for funding the fiscal year 2015-2016, and a detailed budget letter on May 5.

Silverwolves Cruising In Region Four

“We have had our ups and downs this year, but definitely the girls have grown and developed a lot this season. I see positive things going on that make me excited to finish the season strong,” head coach Katelyn Elliot said.

Turning The Ignition On Academic Success

Over the past 10 years, more than 600 scholarships have been awarded to Utah students, totaling well over half a million dollars. The scholarships are provided by the multiple universities, post-secondary educational institutions and business sponsors who have partnered with Keys To Success, in a widespread, collective effort to better the future lives of Utah students.

Mustang Softball On Top Of Region Four

“I am excited about our season. The girls are getting along very well and meshing together. I think we can be contenders for state. I hope we can keep it going. It is fun to watch everyone contributing,” head coach Heidi McKissick said.

Herriman’s Lucy Biles Has A Running List Of Achievements

Lucy Biles started running her freshman year, and she hasn’t stopped. Lucy has been breaking records, winning State Championships in cross country, was nominated for Female Athlete of the Year for the Governors State of the Sports Award along with many other accolades, all while maintaining a 3.48 GPA.

Business Spotlight: Horse Lover's Haven

From beginners who have never been near a horse, to students competing at schooling and rated shows, Horse Lover’s Haven offers a high quality riding experience.

Bank Robbery

West Jordan Police Department

Just a Mom

Being a full-time mom is exhausting. People who’ve never spent 24 hours with small children Have No Idea how listening to the opening notes of “Sesame Street” for the billionth time can make your ear drums bleed.

From A Twisted Past: Outrunning The Odds

“Trying to run, let alone run competitively, when you can’t walk or bend normally, is hard. It’s painful, but it’s all a life lesson. That’s the message I want to get out. Not only to those who are going through what I have gone through, but to everyone. Take what you get and learn from it and run with it,” Mikie said.

Who’s Your Caddy?

During one of my brief glimpses of the Golf Channel, I watched the pro golfer huddling with his caddy. They discussed wind direction, turf softness, angles, hills and how they’d spend the $1 million purse if the pro got his swing just right. I had an epiphany. I needed a caddy.

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