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Stephanie Carlson brings invaluable knowledge to role as City Recorder

By Bryan Scott, Mar 27, 2017, Categories: Today, News, Local Life

With almost two decades working for Holladay City, Stephanie Carlson brings a wealth of knowledge to the position of City Recorder.

Fourth- graders get cookin’ for title of Future Chef

By Bryan Scott, Mar 27, 2017, Categories: Education

Fourth- grade students from Granite School District compete for the chance to win the title of Future Chef 2017

Reading is a celebration at Driggs Elementary

By Rubina Halwani, Mar 27, 2017, Categories: Today, Education

Driggs Elementary celebrates Read Across America Week.

eDebate app design wins Best of State in Verizon’s app challenge

By Rubina Halwani, Mar 27, 2017, Categories: Today, Education

Seventh-grade students from Olympus Jr. High win Best of State in Verizon App Challenge.

Creating a work of art in four hours

By Rubina Halwani, Mar 27, 2017, Categories: Today, Education

High school students from Granite School District compete in Art Night.

The road to Orem: New coach brings toughness, respect for the game to Brighton bBaseball.

By Bryan Scott, Mar 27, 2017, Categories: Today, Sports

Brighton High’s baseball team had a tough 2016 season, but not because they were a particularly tough team to play against. In fact, they were the second worst team in 5A with a 4-21 record.

Murray-based Utah Falconz women’s football team opens season as defending champions

By Bryan Scott, Mar 27, 2017, Categories: Today, Sports

The defending champion Utah Falconz women’s football team has lost only once in three seasons.

Call for art for power poles

By Kelly Cannon, Mar 27, 2017, Categories: Today, Local Life

Cottonwood Heights Art Council is calling looking for entries for art to cover power poles.

Cottonwood art show highlights photography talent

By Kelly Cannon, Mar 27, 2017, Categories: Today, Local Life

The Cottonwood Heights Arts Council hosted an art show specifically for photography.

Identifying budget priorities

By Cassie Goff, Mar 27, 2017, Categories: Today, News, Local Life

In February, the Cottonwood Heights City Council discussed budget priorities with department heads and the city manager for consideration of the upcoming year’s budget during their annual Budget Retreat.



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  • West Jordan Dance Company Concert

    04/03/2017
    06:00PM — 09:00PM

    The West Jordan's Dance Company is happy to present their spring concert, "From Past to Present" ...


  • West Jordan Dance Company Concert

    04/04/2017
    06:00PM — 09:00PM

    The West Jordan's Dance Company is happy to present their spring concert, "From Past to Present" ...


  • Overcoming Fear Workshop

    04/04/2017
    06:30PM — 08:30PM

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