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Be Ready Herriman Meets with UPD for CERT Utilization

Be Ready Herriman met with the Unified Police Department for a CERT refresher on May 26. The UPD went over how to search effectively and what to do in situations with untrained civilian volunteers.

Herriman Honors Veterans With Tribute Ceremony

On Memorial Day, Herriman City invited Riverton Post 140 American Legion to lead a Tribute Ceremony for the fallen soldiers and veterans who have served the country. The Tribute Ceremony included poetry, speeches, songs and salutes.

Newsletter to Continue in Final Riverton City Budget

Riverton City Council unanimously passes the budget for fiscal year 2016–2017. They also decided to keep the city newsletter for one more year.

Biking in Riverton Just Got Easier

There is good news for residents who love to bike, walk and run. Riverton City is currently pursuing projects to increase bike lanes and walking trails throughout the city.

Get Outside

Quit paying for your gym membership this summer and get outside. You’ll get a nice tan, soak up some Vitamin D, maybe lose some weight and save some money. That’s what I call a win-win-win-win situation.

Bike Festival Prevails Through Rain

Wind and rain, officers from the Unified Police Department, staff and council from Herriman City and community members, joined in Healthy Herriman’s eighth annual Pedal Palooza festivities on May 21.

South Valley Primary Care

Business Spotlight - South Valley Primary Care, part of the Iasis Healthcare Primary Care of Utah, is a newer clinic servicing families in the South Valley community. South Valley Primary Care is led by Dr. Steven Harmon.

Jordan Valley Internal Medicine

Business Spotlight - Internal Medicine physicians care for adult patients, serving as their Primary Care provider. The Physicians at Jordan Valley Internal Medicine include David Zackrison, MD, Kevin Johnson, MD and Rebecca Tanner, MD.

Bingham Baseball Climbs to the Quarterfinals

Bingham High School’s varsity baseball team had a rough start, losing about as many games as it won during the first half of the season, but it started to pull it together as the season continued, making it to the state quarterfinals.



 

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