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CHPD Launches Innovative Technology to Solve Crimes

Rapidly advancing technology is changing the way we live, and it's even changing the way police fight crime. In February, the Cottonwood Heights Police Department joined with the Salt Lake City...

Holladay Is Home To 'Best Wellness Coach'

Quality ingredients and healthy food can change more than our waistline, they can change our lives. This philosophy has helped Angela Martindale launch a successful business in Holladay that caters...

FantasyCon Set To Open on July 3

So, when was the last time you walked into a room guarded by 30-foot sentinels, and were greeted by a dragon with a 40-foot wingspan standing near a 25-foot high castle? Were world-class aerial...

Canyon Slope Square Welcomes Last Restaurant

It is no secret that developing the parcel of land on 6200 South and 3000 East was a several-year process of clearing bureaucratic and infrastructure hurdles, but the hard work has paid off. The lot...

Cottonwood Heights to Celebrate 10 Years of Butlerville Days

What do Season 5 American Idol finalist Lea Cabrera and former "The Voice" contestant Amy Whitcomb have in common? Both artists are part of the entertainment lineup for the 10th annual Butlerville...

Private Donations Benefit Police Dogs in Cottonwood Heights

In law enforcement, K9s are a valuable and expensive resource. Three recent donations to the Cottonwood Heights Police Department will assist in the protection and replacement of that resource....

Cottonwood Heights Leaders Honor a Living Legend

As the "city between the canyons," Cottonwood Heights is a gateway to some of Utah's most well-known mountain retreats. On June 18, Mayor Kelvyn Cullimore Jr. joined Governor Gary Herbert and other...

Green Waste Collection Now Available in Cottonwood heights

Wasatch Front Waste and Recycling has announced the availability of green waste collection cans for city residents. Participation in the program costs less than having a second black garbage bin,...

Cottonwood Heights Prepares for 'The Big One'

When "the big one" hits, Cottonwood Heights City plans to be ready. As part of Utah's Great Shakeout Event, city leaders and emergency personnel partnered with the Cottonwood Heights Radio Club to...

Holladay Bids Farewell to City Attorney Craig Hall

Holladay City Attorney Craig Hall has been in the thick of all the changes Holladay City has experienced after its incorporation, and was honored for his 12 years of service at the June 12 council...

Oldest Preschool in Holladay Turns 60

It's not every day that a preschool can claim to serve three generations, but the Holladay Preschool certainly can. Housed in the Holladay United Church of Christ, the preschool just celebrated the...

Olympus High Student Recognized By Google

Olympus High School student Bronte Mock has launched her art to a national level. In April, this talented sophomore was chosen to represent Utah in the nationwide Doodle 4 Google contest. Students...

Canyons Board of Education Selects New Superintendent

The Canyons School District Board of Education voted unanimously to appoint James Biscoe, who has experience as a superintendent most recently near Chicago, to serve as the district's new...

Oakwood Elementary Students are Wild About Their Teachers

It's a jungle out there-just ask any elementary school teacher. Talented instructors give everything each day to ensure that their students receive a great education, and sometimes the parents just...

State reflections contest winner

Lilly Noel, a kindergartener at Ridgecrest Elementary in Cottonwood Heights, was honored on April 26 at the state Reflections contest sponsored by the Parent-Teacher Association. She received an...

comcast leaders and achievers scholarship

Hannah Hoj (left), graduating senior from Olympus High School, and Trevor Aiken (right), graduating senior from Brighton High School, were among the 36 Utah students honored at the Comcast Leaders...

Web.com Tour Returning to Willow Creek Country Club

In 2003, a little-known Iowa golfer named Zack Johnson came to the Willow Creek Country Club hoping for a victory at the Utah Championship that would propel him onto the PGA Tour the following...

Runners Gearing Up for Big Cottonwood Marathon & Half Marathon

The Hoka One One Big Cottonwood Marathon & Half Marathon races will be run on Saturday, Sept. 13, and registration is underway. Starting at Brighton Ski Resort (for the marathon) and Spruces...

Local Gymnasts Take Titles at Competition

The gymnasts training at Epic Gymnastics in Murray competed in the 2014 Utah State Gymnastics Championships and walked away with a couple of champions. On May 16, Cottonwood Heights residents...

Football Foundation Honors Two Olympus Athletes

During the 20th annual scholarship-athlete banquet of the Utah Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame, two Olympus High football players were among 13 Utah prep stars honored. Robert Borden and Conner Haller both...

First-ever Unified Sports State Competition

In May, Brighton High School Unified Soccer Team participated in the first-ever Unified Sports state competition. The Utah High School Activities Association and the Special Olympics of Utah joined...

Business Spotlight: Dixon-Felis Real Estate Team

Dixon-Felis Real Estate Team When you're in the market to buy or sell a home, you want that personal touch. It doesn't matter if it's your first purchase or your 10th - you need a professional to...

Holladay Chamber Corner

On Tuesday, July 8 at noon, Debbie Nielson, Acting CEO of Girl Scouts of Utah, will speak at the Holladay Chamber's luncheon at the Cottonwood Club (1780 Lakewood Drive). Nielson has served with the...

Utah Arts Festival

1-Artist Steve Duncan, a Holladay resident shown with his wife Allison, displayed his unique walnut ink artwork at the Utah Arts Festival this past weekend. Duncan, a Cottonwood High graduate who...

The He & She Show Coming to Midvale

Here's something different-a stand up comedy date night about couples that's making a nationwide tour, and coming to Midvale. The He & She Show, starring Doug and Teresa Wyckoff, will be...

Days of '47 KUTV Pops Concerts Set for July 11 and 12

Sterling Poulson, music director and conductor of the Days of '47 KUTV Pops concert since 1996,  invites you to join the Choral Arts Society of Utah Master Chorale and the Utah National Guard 23rd...

Holladay Photographer Named Gold Medalist

Kent Shelton of Shelton Photography in Holladay was named a Gold Medalist during Professional Photographers of America's 2013 International Photographic Competition. He was honored at the...

Mount Olympus Senior Center: Events Schedule

Mount Olympus Senior news 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...

Blue Moon Festival Returns to Holladay

"Once in a blue moon" may sound like an infrequent anomaly, but not in the case of the largely successful Blue Moon Festival sponsored by the Holladay Arts Council. The third annual event is slated...

Calamity Jane Ridin' Into Desert Star's Latest Comedy

Desert Star Playhouse, the theater that's built a reputation for producing family-friendly musical comedies, continues its 2014 season with a rollicking ride back to the Old West. Calamity Jane:...

On the Fence

A house with a white fence symbolizes the American dream. The white fence at our house creates a place where Ringo the Dog can romp, dig up gophers and roll in the mud. Unfortunately, that same white ...

Olympus High Student Publishes Novel

High school is a good time to plan ahead and look to the future. For one student, it's also a good time to publish a novel. Tanner Lloyd, a student at Olympus High School, published his first novel...