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Be prepared Riverton

By Tiffany Webb, Feb 23, 2017, Categories: Today, News

An interview with Mayor Bill Applegarth. He gives information on how Riverton residents can be prepared in the event of an emergency.

Communication a problem regarding redwood road widening

By Tiffany Webb, Feb 23, 2017, Categories: Today, News

Redwood Road’s project plans have now been solidified to a seven-lane road. Residents raised much opposition over the proposed raised center median.

Youth council dances for charity

By Tori LaRue, Feb 23, 2017, Categories: Today, News

Herriman City Youth Council members used a dance as a catalyst to prompt donations for their annual food drive.

Herriman permits animal control to issue civil citations

By Tori LaRue, Feb 23, 2017, Categories: Today, News

Herriman City residents may now receive a civil citation for violations related to animal control. While this may sound like a negative adoption, it may be better than the alternative.

The jobs of winter

By Tiffany Webb, Feb 21, 2017, Categories: News, Local Life

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.

City creates introductory government classes

By Tori LaRue, Jan 25, 2017, Categories: Today, News, Local Life

How much does it cost to run a city? What role does the planning commission do for Herriman? Who decides what economic development projects take place in the city? Herriman’s city administration created an environment where these questions and others can be answered.

Bluffdale contracts with county for animal services

By Tori La Rue, Jan 25, 2017, Categories: Today, News, Local Life

Bluffdale switched from providing its own animal services to contracting with the county after the city’s deal with South Jordan fell through.

Herriman recognizes event manager’s ‘legacy’

By Tori LaRue, Dec 06, 2016, Categories: Today, News

Herriman’s city council, staff and residents honored the work and contributions of the city’s former events and recreation manager in a 45-minute presentation.

Youth council takes oath of office

By Tori LaRue, Dec 06, 2016, Categories: Today, News

A new Herriman Youth Council took the oath of office in the Herriman City Council Chambers on Nov. 9.

Bayview landfill to be new home for Trans-Jordan cities’ waste in few years

By Tiffany Webb, Dec 06, 2016, Categories: Today, News

In approximately 10 years, the Trans-Jordan Landfill will be full. There is a solution to this issue, however, and it will be found at the Bayview Landfill.

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