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Improvements coming to Little Cottonwood Canyon

The Utah Department of Transportation is working on an environmental impact statement studying the Little Cottonwood Canyon Corridor in order to make improvements needed for traffic congestion.

Making clouds with wood, ink and patience

Jennifer Worsley, professional SLC artist, will bring her unique woodblock printing to the 2018 Utah Arts Fest.

Chief Justice Howe reflects on nearly a century of memories

Former Chief Justice Richard Howe honored by having a street, Justice Howe Lane, that intersects his former Murray property, named after him.

Lt. Gov. Cox answers questions, listens to students’ concerns

Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox talks to Bingham High government and political science students on subjects from suicide to school safety.

Bingham Dance Company, Ballroom Team emphasize teamwork, performance

Bingham High Dance Company and Ballroom Team give students emphasis on performing arts rather than competition.

Salt Lake Farmers Market transforms downtown

Dog food, wind chimes and organic produce. The downtown farmers market has it all.

MLB star Jose Canseco visits Herriman High

As a fundraiser for the baseball and softball programs, Jose Canseco donated his time to hit some home runs and sign autographs.

Valedictorians (and competition)—a family tradition

Valedictorians are a family tradition for this West Jordan family.

Two JDCHS baseball players moving on to the college ranks

Juan Diego Catholic High School teammates Dawson Stiefel and Jared Perry, both from West Jordan, will continued playing baseball in college next year.

 

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