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Local artist makes instruments heard around the world

By Natalie Mollinet, Apr 03, 2017, Categories: Today, Local Life

A local artist in Sugar House carves and polishes string instruments that are sent around the world to different musicians helping the masters of music with his creations.

Developer discusses plans for old Shopko site

By Kelly Cannon, Apr 03, 2017, Categories: Today, News, Local Life

Developers have big plans for the old Shopko location.

Children with rare diseases enjoy Utah Jazz game

By Natalie Mollinet, Apr 03, 2017, Categories: Today, Local Life

The Brown family in Sugar House have four kids, three of whom have rare or undiagnosed diseases. Thanks to the Utah Jazz and RUN, their son was able to have a normal night out with his dad.

Murray development property negotiations continued, eminent domain delayed

By Bryan Scott, Mar 31, 2017, Categories: Today, News, Local Life

The Murray City Council passed a resolution to allow an indefinite amount of time for negotiations over property downtown to continue, instead of passing for the use of eminent domain at the March 7 meeting.

Murray woman runs to raise money for cancer research

By Alisha Soeken, Mar 31, 2017, Categories: Today, Local Life

Wendy Weixler runs for cancer

Murray High School’s hockey club team claims state title

By Bryan Scott, Mar 31, 2017, Categories: Today, Sports

The Murray High School hockey team claimed the 2017 state title and qualified for the high school national finals in Cleveland, Ohio.

14-year-old Riverton singer/dancer competes in Timbaland’s new TV series

By Tori LaRue, Feb 24, 2017, Categories: Today, Local Life

Fourteen-year-old Riverton singer “Ashlund Jade” Ortiz is one of five teenagers to star in a new Lifetime reality TV series, which could land her a contract with Timbaland’s music label.

Football ban lifted at Herriman Elementary

By Tori LaRue, Jan 25, 2017, Categories: Today, Education, Sports

Herriman Elementary School’s principal lifted the ban she placed on football at recess after students created solutions to keep sports safe during recess.

Bingham High band marches to state title

By Julie Slama, Dec 02, 2016, Categories: Today, Education

Bingham High School won its first marching band state title in about 80 years of competing.



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