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Police Cadets Train for Active Shooters at Jordan High School

Aug 03, 2016 ● By Chris Larson

The acrid smell of spent gunpowder filled the halls of Jordan High School as Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Daniel Krum ran down an upstairs corridor.

Sandy Fire Swears in One Promoted, Three New Fire Fighters

Aug 03, 2016 ● By Julie Slama

Sandy City Fire Department swore in four firefighters—one promoted, three new-hires—at the June 29 City Council meeting, giving them with their silver fireman’s badges.

Small Cell Towers: City Tries to Address New Mobile Technology

Aug 03, 2016 ● By Chris Larson

Sandy City currently doesn’t have a code to address the next phase of mobile communications: small cell towers.

Sandy Fire, ParentsEmpowered Campaign to Douse Youth Drinking

Aug 03, 2016 ● By Chris Larson

Sandy City residents may notice a series of ParentsEmpowered videos featuring Sandy City Firefighters and ParentsEmpowered graphics adorning the sides of Sandy City Fire Department vehicles starting on the Fourth of July weekend.

City Council Kills DDOZ, Elects New Chairman

Aug 03, 2016 ● By Chris Larson

The Sandy City Council rejected the ordinance that would have created the Dimple Dell Overlay Zone for properties that fall in Dimple Dell Park at the June 21 council meeting.

Sandy City Fire Donates Ambulance to Honeyville Station

Aug 03, 2016 ● By Chris Larson

The Sandy City Fire Department donated a surplussed ambulance to the Central Box Elder Fire District on June 20 after Sandy received two new ambulances earlier this year.

Pepperwood Drive Rezone Falls in Emotional Meeting, 4-2

Aug 03, 2016 ● By Chris Larson

Residents and city officials squared off with raised voices and implications of impropriety over rezoning the vacant lot on 2000 E and Pepperwood Drive, which was denied in a 4-2 vote.

When is the Sandy City Code Going to be Online?

Aug 03, 2016 ● By Chris Larson

The city code is like the holy writ for a city presenting the do’s and don’ts that make up the underlying fabric of a community. Coincidentally, some argue that the Bible was the first e-book ever produced.

Local Girl Wins 3rd Place at National Young Entrepreneurs Academy Competition

Aug 03, 2016 ● By Kelly Cannon

Emily Guertler took third place in a national Young Entrepreneurs Academy competition for her invention of pants for diabetics.


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