Skip to main content

Featured Articles

Carnivals Bring Fun for Longview, Liberty Families

The start of the school year can mean getting up early after sleeping in all summer, scrambling to find pencils and making sure the dog didn’t eat the first homework assignment.

Hillcrest Junior High to Receive iPads

So, he applied and received a 100% for Kids grant for $2,800 for seven iPads dedicated to ESL students.

Murray High Students Speak Up About Anti-Bullying, Suicide

“Bullying doesn’t happen without people who act like it’s okay,” is the theme of Murray High School’s writing contest for students.

Murray High “Second Generation” ArtsFest Involves More Students

Also new were booths offering quilt tying and painting a mosaic mural for the community, and the inclusion of the citywide storytelling festival.

Picnic Blankets Fill School Lawns

Putting an emphasis on the beginning of the school year is why former principal Connie Buckner introduced a school picnic around 2007 at Grant Elementary.

Emergency Call Center Reports Performance, Upgrades to City

Call centers such as the VECC are referred to as a Public Safety Answering Point, or PSAP. The VECC is a primary PSAP, and it routes calls to six secondary PSAPs throughout the valley.

Bingham High Introduces Depression, Suicide Prevention Squad

Robbins said that many times students reach out to other students for help.

Fire Department Receives New Apparatus and Ladder Truck

Out with the old and in with the new is how the saying goes. When you are a firefighter, the best equipment is essential to your job.

Bingham vs. Bishop Gorman: Miners Fell But Didn’t Fail

“The game was one of excitement and frustration,” John Lambourne, Bingham head coach, said.



 

Online Edition
Follow us on Facebook
Advertise with us

 

City Journals 9500 South 500 West, Suite 205, Sandy, Utah 84070 801.254.5974