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The first opportunity has arrived for Utahns to participate in the National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP), the Salt Lake County Health Department (SLCoHD) announced.
Utah Jazz and Larry H. Miller Charities announced Aug. 27 that a grant of $25,000 has been awarded to Midvale to build a new community basketball court.
The entities were excited about putting a court in the Midvale area because of the developments in and around the area, Larry H. Miller Charities President Jay Francis said.
The City of West Jordan was honored with a “Special Achievement in GIS Award” recently at a user conference. The city was one of 170 teams honored from 350,000 organizations around the world for use of Esri's geographic information system technology.
The South Jordan Rotary is on the move towards a playground that disabled and non-disabled children alike can use, with a major function to boost the necessary funding.
The county office offered conflicting stories and misinformation about the county's recreation centers.
It’s not Squanto and the Pilgrims. But the Hopi Indians and South Jordan Rotary have a rather unique relationship.
It was about the canines (and cats, unexpectedly) at the first Dog Days of Holladay Celebration Saturday morning at Holladay City Plaza, where an animal shelter benefited greatly.
The Blue Moon Festival can’t always happen during, you know, a blue moon. Perhaps the best word to address that reality describes exactly what the festival needed.
More than 2,300 attended the South Jordan Be Well Utah function, making it the largest Be Well Utah event only after the main event at Rice-Eccles Stadium.