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Their Time Is Now: Murray Girls Soccer Set Sights On State Championship Title

By Sarah Almond , Oct 04, 2016, Categories: Today, Sports

With less than half of their season remaining, Murray’s girls soccer team is perfecting a new defensive strategy and dominating offensive play in hopes of claiming a shot at the state title.

Cottonwood High Receives Needed Facelift

By Julie Slama, Oct 04, 2016, Categories: Today, Education

Forty-six-year-old Cottonwood High School underwent a $3.5-million renovation this summer.

Haunted Hallway Kicks Off Cottonwood High Theatre Season

By Julie Slama, Oct 04, 2016, Categories: Today, Education

It’s the fourth annual Haunted Hallway at Cottonwood High, a fun, family-friendly event presented by theatre students beginning at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 26 at the school, 5715 South 1300 East, in Murray.

Final General Plan Open House Draws A Crowd

By Tyler Warren, Oct 04, 2016, Categories: Today, News

Over 85 residents showed up on Aug. 26 for the fourth and final open house for Murray’s General Plan.

Fund to Help Residents on Saddle Bluff Drive

By Tyler Warren, Oct 04, 2016, Categories: Today, News

When the Jordan Canal breached in April 2013, the scene on Saddle Bluff Drive resembled a post-Katrina nightmare. After the flood, the community came together to clean the mess.

Murray Receives Federal Emergency Grant

By Tyler Warren, Oct 04, 2016, Categories: Today, News

The EMPG is a 50/50 matching grant offered by FEMA to counties, cities, public higher education institutions and tribes across the U.S. In Utah, there are 67 participants in the program, including the city of Murray.

Murray Thanks Chief Administrative Officer for 18 Years of Service

By Tyler Warren, Oct 04, 2016, Categories: Today, News

Jan Wells, chief administrative officer in the Mayor’s office, worked for the city for 18 years. She chose to retire on September 15.

Fund to Help Murray Schools’ Music Education

By Tyler Warren, Oct 04, 2016, Categories: Today, Education

For schools in Murray, the city provides financial assistance to ensure students are receiving a balanced education that includes music and the arts.

A Foot Soldier’s Story

By Alisha Soeken , Oct 04, 2016, Categories: Today, Local Life

This is the story of Phil Larsen Andersen a resident of Murray, father, farm boy and foot soldier.



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