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This is a great place to live, work and play, we'll highlight some of what is offered right here! Current events, interesting individuals, random historical facts and anything local.

Herriman leaders consider updates to the general plan

Herriman City officials are in the process of updating the general plan, which sets a vision for development within the city.

Youth dancers compete to benefit hungry children

More than 1,250 dancers from across the Wasatch Front participated in the sixth annual Will Dance for Food Competition, which benefits local, hungry children.

Local instructor uses magic tricks to teach life skills

A Herriman magician started sharing his expertise with local children in a new program where magic tricks aren’t the only guise.

Industrialism Drives Utah Women to the Workplace

American Industrialism at the turn of the 20th century brought Utah women out of their homes and into the workplace. There they faced inequality and wage disparity.

14-year-old Riverton singer/dancer competes in Timbaland’s new TV series

Fourteen-year-old Riverton singer “Ashlund Jade” Ortiz is one of five teenagers to star in a new Lifetime reality TV series, which could land her a contract with Timbaland’s music label.

Fathers and daughters dance at sold-out event

Once again, the tickets for Riverton City’s father-daughter date night sold out within a week of availability, but this time Willie Wangberg snagged tickets to the city’s most popular indoor event.

The jobs of winter

When snow starts to fall, there are people like LaMar Mitchell and KC Skinner who are preparing the snow filled streets for a safe commute.

South Jordan Sodalicious fundraiser benefits fallen paramedic/firefighter’s family

A fundraiser was held for fallen paramedic, Tyson Mason, after friend suggested it to Sodalicious restaurant employees and owner.

From dump to donation: How the Trans-Jordan Landfill saves bikes and benefits those in need

Trans-Jordan Landfill has found an innovative way to recycle bicycles and help the community. Here’s what they are doing to make a difference.

Something to smile about: Local dentistry gifts mouth reconstruction to single mom

Patricia Lochhead is looking forward to smiling with a full set of teeth after a local dentist office offered to gift her a mouth reconstruction.



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