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Cottonwood Holladay Journal: New Look, Same Quality Coverage

In keeping with a companywide update, the Cottonwood Holladay Journal is rolling out a whole new look and format. Moving to a short tabloid page size, the Cottonwood Holladay Journal is now able to...

Holladay Church Makes Great Strides in Going Green

It may not be easy being green, but it definitely has its advantages. Just ask the members of the Holladay United Church in Christ. The first phase in this process began a few years ago when they...

Easter in Cottonwood Heights

Easter is just around the corner, and Cottonwood Heights is ready to celebrate with fun-filled activities for all ages. On Friday, April 18, the city will celebrate Easter with a "teen night" at the...

Redevelopment of Canyon Racquet Club Property Moving Forward

Despite protests from the neighboring community, a 65,000 sq ft. office building is scheduled to be built on the old Canyon Racquet Club property later this year. On March 5, the Cottonwood Heights...

Seventh Annual 'Hands on Holladay' Event Planned

As the snow thaws along the Wasatch Front and the first signs of spring flowers begin to poke through the soil, Holladay City organizers are busy planning their seventh annual city clean-up event....

Cottonwood Heights Councilman Profile: Tee Tyler

More than four years ago, Tee Tyler ran for city council because he said it was his turn, after 33 years living in Cottonwood Heights, to give back to the community. He ran again in 2013, this time...

New City Hall

After more than nine years of leasing office space to serve municipal needs, Cottonwood Heights is ready to build a place that they can call "home." In February, the city finalized details to...

Springtime Motivates Holladay Tree Committee

Spring has officially sprung in Holladay, and the city's tree committee is hard at work planning trimming and planting events. Holladay Tree Board President Dennis Roach spearheaded an event at the...

Cottonwood Heights Officer Thwarts Robbery in West Jordan

It's rare for a police officer to foil a robbery in progress, but Cottonwood Heights Officer Casey Davies has done just that – twice. On Feb. 27, Davies was at the Mountain America Credit Union in...

Holladay Arts Council Sponsoring Photography Competition

Local shutterbugs have an opportunity to use their talents to win cash prizes in the Holladay Arts Council-sponsored Photography Workshop and Competition. This year's event features a new instructor, ...

St. Vincent's Celebrating Its 50th Anniversary

St. Vincent de Paul School is celebrating its 50th anniversary this month with students, parents, alumni and staff. First opened in 1964, St. Vincent's is operated in the St. Vincent Parish as part...

New Cottonwood High student club bridges cultural gap

When most high school students were working on their tans or attending family vacations last summer, Madeline Hansen was brainstorming with her United Way School Administrator Nate Salazar to find a...

Butler Middle Teacher Awarded Outstanding Biology Prize

The Utah Science Teachers Association named Terry Howell, a 34-year teaching veteran at Butler Middle School, Outstanding Biology Educator. Howell has been recognized for her instrumental integration ...

Four Local Teachers Earn Granite Excel Awards

Ten outstanding Granite School District educators, including four from the Cottonwood Heights/Holladay area, have been selected as recipients of the distinguished 2014 Excel Award, the District’s most prestigious honor for educators. The award,...

Oakwood Owls Take Home Chess Trophy

The students at Oakwood Elementary are making a name for themselves in the chess world. In March, they competed at the Utah State Elementary Chess Championship and placed 19th in the state. There...

Brighton Football Star Helps Campaign for Proper Nutrition

Brighton High School junior Osa Masina took part in a regional campaign by appearing in a milk ad sponsored by the Utah Dairy Council. The promotion was conceived to encourage students to start their ...

Pickleball Is A Big Dill In Holladay

When it comes to staying fit, having fun is half the battle. Enter Pickleball. The game was created in 1965 in Bainbridge Island, Wash., when three friends were looking for something the whole family ...

Big Mountain Jam Returning This Summer

The Big Mountain Jam is coming back this summer and for its fifth consecutive year. The event is a basketball team camp and tournament for girls and boys, high school teams and competitive teams, from fourth grade through seniors-to-be, all under...

Brighton's Chin Part Of All-Star Game

The high school girls basketball season has wrapped up for good, but not without one final game celebrating the top seniors in the state. On March 22, girls from across the state—including Brighton High’s own Maddie Chin—gathered at...

Business Spotlight: Huntington Real Estate Group at Equity Real Estate

Buying or selling your home can be one of the more stressful things you do. The professionals at Huntington Real Estate Group are committed to minimizing that stress by providing guarantees to put...

Business Spotlight: Amphex Pharmacy

Most pharmacies today are large corporations focused on the bottom line. They often end up treating customers like a number. Amphex Pharmacy is the antithesis of this; a locally owned, independent...

Holladay Chamber Corner

Each month, the chamber selects a Holladay business to spotlight, encouraging members and residents to visit, and maybe find a new favorite place. In March, the Business of the Month was Water...

A Bump in the Night

It was three in the morning. I was sound asleep, snoring like a gorilla, when a niggling feeling told me to wake up. I slowly opened my eyes, and found my six-year-old daughter standing right next to ...

Big Band Music Is Alive and Well

In a world of mixed media, constant noise and brisk living, sometimes it's nice to remember a simpler time. The Phoenix Jazz and Swing Band is a local group of senior musicians with a big band sound. ...

ProvoCop Patrols Happy Valley In Desert Star Production

Desert Star Playhouse in Murray continues its 2014 season with a clever take on robots and romance.  ProvoCop: "Mission Field Tested. Eagle Scout Approved." combines a classic movie action hero with ...

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