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Hold On To Dear Life Celebrates 25 Years

Since its inception in 1990, the Hold On To Dear Life campaign created by Primary Children’s Hospital has changed the way we buckle up our children.

Send in the Clowns

Welcome to the Reality TV show political campaign landscape that’s a combination of “Survivor” and “Hell’s Kitchen.” I call it “American Idle: Washington, D.C.”

The Gift of a Gift-less Holiday

Now we have creepy-looking elves wreaking havoc on the house and leaving daily surprises for an entire month.

Land of Legends Yielding Composer to Valley

Bach. Brahms. Haydn. Händel. Strauss. Beethoven. Today, Zimmer. And in Christian Voss, emerging musicians locally will soon be led by a composer from a land that, in Germany, has produced the world’s greatest composers.

A Star in the Valley’s Midst after Multiple Awards

The next Taylor Swift might be in our own backyard.

Closing the Gate on Public Security Gates

The efforts and plans for one neighborhood’s quest for a gate came to a surprising end at Riverton’s Aug. 18 council meeting.

For Riverton Residents There is No Escaping Landscaping

Changes to Riverton’s property maintenance ordinance passed unanimously at the city council meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 18.

FBLA Club from Herriman High School Take Home Top Honors at National Competition

Over the summer, the students in the FBLA club at Herriman High School traveled to the National Competition in Chicago and several came home winners.

Trainee to Trainer: How a Woman Transformed in Fitness

Moth to butterfly. Trainee to trainer.

Passion is the Way for Dustin Nay

Passion. In more than one way, it drives Dustin Nay.



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