Cottonwood / Holladay Journal - Serving Cottonwood Heights, Holladay & Fort Union Areas

 
Utah Jazz Give Spring Lane Students A First Day To Remember

Understanding Recreation In The Canyons

Drive about nine miles up Big Cottonwood Canyon, and you'll find yourself on the trail to Donut Falls, a popular family hiking destination in the Central Wasatch Mountains. It's just one of the many ...

Local Photographer Gets National Recognition

Richard Ansley has a gift. As a landscape photographer, he sees the natural world through a camera lens and shares the beautiful results with mankind. The Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural...

Health Clinic Battles To Stay In Holladay Village Center

Current zoning ordinances in the Village Center have brought up an adverse situation for a 60-year business in Holladay. Owners of the Olympus Clinic, a primary care medical facility, want to build...

Public Safety Fair To Promote Emergency Preparedness

Is your family prepared for an emergency? Do you know what public safety resources are available to the community? If not, the Become an Everyday Hero Public Safety Fair on Thursday, Sept. 11 might be a good place to start. The free family event...

Cottonwood Heights Borders Will Change If Annexations Pass

Grant Kesler has lived in the same house for 34 years. He's been on the same street, now part of the Granite Oaks Subdivision, for 40. All of that time, he's been a resident of unincorporated Salt...

Holladay Boy Scout Gets Unique Opportunity

What started out as a Holladay Boy Scout looking to complete his Citizenship in the Community merit badge became much more when 13-year-old Dan Rasch met with Holladay Mayor Rob Dahle earlier this...

Holladay Touted As Number One "City On The Rise"

Ask any Holladay resident and they will tell you the quality of life in the city is second to none in the state, but now they have some data to back them up. Holladay City was recently named the number one “City on the Rise” in Utah by...

Holladay Remembers Lynda Terry Shields

As Holladay City Hall Park continues to take form and the historic Casto home settles into its new footings on the northwest corner, a rock-adorned memorial bench honoring the life of Lynda Terry...

Family Fun Planned For The Senior Expo

Everyone has a grandparent or senior that they support in their lives. That's why for the first time, this year the Utah Senior Expo will have a whole family focus. Taking place on Thursday, Oct. 2...

Anthony Cusumano: 1974-2014

It is with a great deal of sadness that we have to report the passing of Anthony Cusumano, a longtime friend and colleague at The Valley Journals. Anthony passed away on Aug. 21 following a year-long battle with cancer. He was 40. Anthony covered...

Utah Jazz Give Spring Lane Students A First Day To Remember

Spring Lane students got a nice big welcome to their first day of school, including high fives from the Jazz Bear and Bumble the Bee, a very tall crossing guard named Derrick Favors and photo...

Holladay Students Are Made For Walking

The new school year has begun. Students are getting to school by boarding busses, joining carpools or even walking. This year, the students at Howard R. Driggs Elementary have a new way to combine...

Olympus Football Coach Optimistic About Its Future

Head coach Aaron Whitehead has been with the Olympus High football team for three years now, and under his watch they have seen vast improvement. The Titans have made it to the region championship...

Bengals Building On Last Season's Success

Brighton High's football team has a lot of momentum to build upon heading into the 2014 season. In 2013 the Bengals finished with a 12-2 record making it all the way to the 5A State Championship...

Top 7 Money Saving Apps for the Grocery Store

Food prices are on the rise yet again and you may be feeling the pinch at the grocery checkout counter. Let's face it; grocery shopping can be one of your largest monthly bills and everyone can use...

Rummaging Around

Every few years I get the silly idea to hold a family yard sale. The plan is to raise enough money to pay off the mortgage, start a retirement fund and buy tickets to Hawaii. But by the end of the...

Mount Olympus Senior Center: Events Schedule

Mount Olympus Senior Center is located at 1635 East Murray-Holladay Road. Phone 385-468-3130 for more information. Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Transportation is available Monday through Friday for those who live in the area. The cost is $2; call the...

Desert Star's Newest Comedy Opens Aug. 28

Desert Star Playhouse in Murray will get into the Halloween spirit a bit early with the opening of "Dracula: He Loved In Vein." The play opens Aug. 28 and runs through Nov. 8 at the theatre, located ...

 
 
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