“Overall, I am pleased with our team. We have the depth and are a year older and a year better. We have the potential to be a very good team and expect to get better every time we step on the floor."
Never underestimate what a group of dedicated teenagers can do when they set their minds and hearts on a task.
We lose more of our World War II veterans each day. As their numbers dwindle rapidly, time is of the essence in helping them be able to visit the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. built in their honor.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, Desert Star Playhouse sets sail with “Pirates of the Scaribbean: Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Fun!”
“It’s a cultural Asian pageant, and the main goal is to bring Asian women together to preserve their ancestry . . . It’s done every year to unite the Asian communities. It’s a great platform to raise awareness for our Asian heritage and traditions."
Aysa Johnson, who just turned 19, recently worked in a Tanzanian operating room as a part of a two-week service mission.
“I had passed the park a few times and noticed that it didn’t have a sign like most city parks, so I thought it would make a good project."
Riverton High School senior Hailey Skolmoski has been selected to play in the second annual High School All-American Game.
“I loved it, so I wanted to carry on the tradition of my grandmother and my mom. I was the only child [in my family] that did this, and when my mom died, all I asked for were her village pieces,” Peck said.
“We started doing it in [Gabriel’s] honor on the year that he passed away,” Heather Mitchell said. “It’s like our family giving Gabriel a Christmas present every year.”