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Your inaugural girls football state champions: Herriman Mustangs

By Greg James, Jun 22, 2017, Categories: Today, Sports

Herriman High School girls football team jumped to a 14-0 lead over Bingham and never looked back to become the first girls football state champion.

Mustangs ‘cross wins title

By Greg James, Jun 22, 2017, Categories: Today, Sports

The lacrosse program at Herriman High School is growing, and its boys team won the Division B state championship this spring.

Polo players determined to win it all

By Greg James, Jun 22, 2017, Categories: Today, Sports

The Mustangs water polo team is headed to become a dynasty. The Mustangs captured their second title in three years this spring.

‘Fiddler’ presented by Riverton Arts Council

By Kelly Cannon, Jun 22, 2017, Categories: Today, Local Life

The Riverton Arts Council produces “Fiddler on the Roof” as their summer show.

American Legion honor soldiers during Memorial Day salute

By Kelly Cannon, Jun 22, 2017, Categories: Today, Local Life

The American Legion held a special Memorial Day salute at the Riverton Cemetery to honor fallen soldiers.

Council recommends Carter for police chief

By Kelly Cannon, Jun 21, 2017, Categories: Today, News, Local Life

The Herriman City Council approved its nomination for police chief of the Herriman branch of Unified Police Department.

Justice court judge wins award

By Bryan Scott, Jun 21, 2017, Categories: Today, News, Local Life

Herriman Justice Court Judge Paul Farr was awarded Judge of the Year.

Finance director leads Herriman to several awards

By Tori LaRue, Jun 21, 2017, Categories: Today, News, Local Life

Alan Rae led the city to two prestigious budgeting awards while also finishing his Master of Business Administration and becoming a certified public finance officer.

Local students win entrepreneur awards at state contest

By Julie Slama, Jun 21, 2017, Categories: Today, Education

Area students win entrepreneur awards at the 2017 High School Utah Entrepreneur Challenge.

National parks span the entire eighth-grade curriculum

By Jet Burnham, Jun 21, 2017, Categories: Today, Education

Team of teachers use national parks as the theme for a year of assignments.

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