Champ was adopted and will be cared for by Courtney Harkins, the content manager for the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association and her partner Brandon.
They have experienced significant growth over the past three years and has projected gross revenues surpassing $60 million in 2015.
Residents, business owners and elected officials alike are invited to contribute to a new vision for Midvale City this year as the general plan is updated.
Amelia devoted more than 100 hours of her time last summer developing an activity booklet to help older children learn more from the exhibits at a nearby children’s museum.
Dustin has been a part of the Midvale City team since 2012. He works directly with Midvale’s business owners to make sure they are successful within our city.
This year there were three students from Hillcrest High School who finished their year as Youth Ambassadors for Midvale.
Part of the abandoned building that until just recently served as Midvale Middle School was set ablaze on the night of July 25.
The 2014 modified champion, Mark Ith Jr., won the initial modified main event May 2. He is currently the class point’s leader. Jimmy Waters is in second place and Lynn Hardy third.
Rimando, goalkeeper for RSL, and midfield Beckerman made their first appearances on the national team for last year’s World Cup in Brazil.