For Christmas, I asked Santa for the deluxe edition Fisher-Price doctor kit. Now I can set my own bones, remove any suspicious lumps with a melon baller, and unless I’m leaking blood from my armpits, I can avoid medical offices and expensive procedures for a while.
Now that we’re empty nesters, my husband has tentatively suggested that we destroy Christmas.
Imagine walking into a doctor’s office for a routine examination with an expectation of leaving with a clean bill of health, but instead being diagnosed with a life-threatening condition.
When the lights come on in the Riverton High School gymnasium, new faces will be standing on the sidelines, but the basketball team will still have the same style of play they have used since the school opened in 1999.
“We are a true team. These kids love to compete. Top to bottom, these girls want to win."
TreeUtah gave a generous $1,200 grant to the students who replaced the trees in a planting ceremony Nov. 4.
Since it opened in 2010, Herriman High has been doing a yearly charity drive each December, known as Hearts of Gold.
Once the doors open, the Riverton Library will be back to full operation with a list of events already scheduled.
“She’s just so vibrant and full of life,” her niece Lynn Naylor said. “She rarely complains. She just loves life.”
“The proximity is invaluable to Riverton City,” Police Chief Rod Norton said.