In January the Herriman City Council held a retreat to discuss our priorities for the coming year. We discussed many topics including the vision and direction for Herriman. We are a fast growing community with the best residents in the Salt Lake valley! Herriman continues to be a great place to live and raise a family!
It’s an unusual sight: a structure with a dome atop rising out of the currently-under-reconstruction Riverton Park with the words ‘The Old Dome Meeting House’ emblazoned across its front. And it has many Riverton residents and motorists who drive by wondering just what it is and what it’s for.
Sixteen years, 13,000 kids, 241 graduations, and he’s still smiling. That’s DARE Officer Jeff West.
This annual talent show has been happening for about seven years. The show’s director Kimberly Petersen said each year it only gets bigger and better.
Herriman City officials are considering switching over to mail-in-only municipal elections. It’s an option being offered to them and other cities for the first time by Salt Lake County.
“I have been keeping my eyes peeled and my ears open for years in search of talent for Bluffdale Old West Days, and have put on many talent shows in the past. But it has never been quite satisfactory—until now,” talent show organizer Diane Kelley said.
Thanks to the kindness of two Herriman High clubs, patients recuperating from surgery or illness at Riverton’s Rocky Mountain Care will now have music to help them heal.
“Every year, it just gets a little bit bigger. Every year, we set a new participation record. Last year we had just over 800 runners, and this year we’re hoping to beat that."
Sometimes we believe that our voice doesn’t matter in politics; that our elected officials are somehow beyond our reach. This is especially true for high school students who lack connections and the money to attend expensive big-ticket fundraising events.
“I am optimistic for our team. We have some wrestlers that have done very well,” head coach Russ Crump said.