West Jordan City is prohibiting the use of an ignition source, including fireworks, lighters and matches, in certain areas of the city (see list below).
It’s been eight years since the now 13-year-old Agave Americana plant found its home in Conservation Garden Park, and it’s now in bloom for the first and final time.
Salt Lake County Library Services launched their annual summer reading challenge at the Viridian Event Center on June 4.
Any summer night at the Rocky Mountain Raceway super oval you’re bound to find Jimmy Waters strapped into one of his five racecars competing for a championship. His “Raging” nickname follows his passion on the track and in the stands.
First and second grade students at Arcadia Elementary School transformed into bunnies, dinosaurs, caterpillars and spider ninjas as they performed their self-written operas on May 20.
Taylorsville High School graduated seniors, Braden DeBenedictis and Ardan Larsen, have been playing on the same baseball team since they were 4 and 6 years old, respectively.
For Taylorsville High School girl’s golf team members, Riley Coe and Kayla Bradley, golf is not only about the individual, but about the relationships you make with the team.
The Short Bus Band and Jenne Whipp have been performing at Taylorsville Dayzz for nearly 15 years.
Usually Vern Waters spends his days managing Salt Lake County Library Services’ jail location, but occasionally he said he gets to take a break from that duty and step into the persona of General Fiction, a character in the library’s new virtual story time.