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Help Make July Safe For Our Furry Friends

By Carol Hendrycks, Jun 05, 2015, Categories: Today, News

While we celebrate summer holidays with fireworks displays, our furry friends do not share our excitement.

Statewide Bills Passed Into Law On May 12

By Lewi Lewis, Jun 05, 2015, Categories: Today, News

On May 12 Utah actualized nearly 500 new laws that span the legislative panoramic, with everything from seat belts to a law that reclaims Utah’s status as the only state with the firing squad as a legal way to execute.

Appreciation And Admiration For Local UPD Detective

By Carol Hendrycks, Jun 05, 2015, Categories: Today, News

Watkins has served a total of 18 years in law enforcement, including in Tooele, with Draper City for Salt Lake County’s Sherriff’s Office and in Riverton and Herriman with their narcotics unit. He is also a local resident, having grown up in the area and graduated from Cottonwood High School.

Skyline High School Swim Team 2014-2015

By City Journals Staff, Jun 05, 2015, Categories: Today, Sports

Between team tryouts in early October and the state finals in February, these kids swam four hours a day during the week and two hours on Saturday mornings. That’s nearly 400 hours per swimmer and more than 30,000 hours in the pool in 18 weeks! And these kids don’t just swim!

Cottonwood Colts Baseball 2015 Year Ends

By Lewi Lewis, Jun 05, 2015, Categories: Today, Sports

“I am not one to dwell on the past,” Crawford said. “The team had a great year and created their own identity.”

Holladay Teachers Receive Awards And Accolades

By Carol Hendrycks, Jun 05, 2015, Categories: Today, Education

Salt Lake County Commission On Youth (COY) is a partnership of private, public and religious organizations which annually recognizes through its COY Awards individuals, teens and groups who excel in service to young people.

Business Spotlight: Brown Floral

By City Journals Staff, Jun 05, 2015, Categories: Today, Business

“My business partner and I looked at Brown Floral and quickly decided to step into history and become part of a nearly 100-year-old legacy,” said Drage of the decision to purchase the company. “The business had benefited from the Brown family and two other owners, and we were excited to take the torch and run with it.”



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