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Local Friend, Neighbor, Former Teacher and Politician Receives Prestigious Award

Each year, the Utah Democratic Party nominates and honors a woman for her long-term commitment to the Democratic Party and the community and who upholds the tireless efforts Eleanor Roosevelt established in the 1930s.

Holladay Finishes First Ever Summer Concert Series

Holladay Arts Council co-sponsored a summer concert series for the first time this year and are hoping to make it an annual tradition.

Sadler & Wilson

Estate planning is easier than most people think and it gives families peace of mind. Cindy and Emily listen carefully to each client’s wishes and work with each client to draft the documents necessary to make sure the client’s goals and desires are followed.

Egyptian Theater

On October 10 at 8 p.m., The Egyptian will host the band Firefall to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Park City Performances calling The Egyptian home. Park City Performances has provided programming for the longtime community staple since 1981.

Things I Learned at the Statue of Liberty

While navigating the crowds on Liberty Island, I learned some things I thought I’d share with you.

Activities to Help Kids Understand Halloweens of Long Ago

Halloween. It’s a holiday that leaves me confused and mystified. No, it’s not the witches brew getting to me, it’s the evolution of the holiday itself.

Oak Wood Fire Kitchen

The comfortable atmosphere, varied menu and reasonable prices make Oak Wood Fire Kitchen an eatery for everyone to enjoy on date nights, birthday celebrations, lunches with friends, or just a go-to restaurant for lunch or dinner.

Garbett Homes

Buying and building a home is the decision of a lifetime. Garbett has begun construction on a town home project in Daybreak’s popular SoDa Row area called Parkway Station.

Suicide Rates Prompt Crisis Line Discussion

No mother wants to hear her child speak the words “I want to die.” But for parents of children battling depression, that is a fear. And for me, it became a reality when one of my own children was struggling and needed help.

Residents Encouraged to be Wild Aware

A local group encourages residents to be more aware of what normal wildlife behavior looks like versus when to call the authorities.



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