Last Updated: Aug 10, 2015 10:15AM •
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The City of South Jordan shared its burgeoning Redevelopment Agency (RDA) funds with two groups that work to address the needs of homeless and low-income people in the state.
Randy Pausch, who delivered the memorable, “Last Lecture” speech, said, “Never, ever underestimate the importance of having fun.”
Big improvements are in the works for the South Towne Center and are set to get underway in August 2015.
About 12 years ago, Shelby Ansted put on a bike helmet before heading out with her Liberty sixth-grade class to bike to Riverview Park.
Any good hiker planning a backpacking trip will tell you: if you take care of the ounces, the pounds will take care of themselves. The same could be said for Utah’s water supply.
In an unassuming home off Winchester Street in Murray lives a spunky young woman in a 97-year-old body.
On July 24, 1847, Brigham Young and a group of Mormon settlers made entry into the Salt Lake Valley by handcart.
Joanna Noall of West Jordan has set out on a mission to bring the community a cost-free production of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
In late April, the developer—Colosimo Brothers Development—said they were prepared to file a lawsuit against the city.