There are some instances when people know when to call the police such as a fire or someone is having a heart attack. Other times are trickier and people may hesitate because they don’t know if calling the police is necessary.
Butlerville Days 2016 will be held on Friday, July 22 and Saturday, July 23.
For more than a dozen years, Spock’s Skate Camp has been teaching kids across the Wasatch Front the value of self-confidence, respect and determination through the sport of skateboarding.
Linda Etherington was selected as the Holladay Arts Council Artist of the Month.
Towering over students at six feet seven inches tall, chemistry teacher Dennis Hummer could be intimidating as he questions students’ theories in his deep voice. But parent Jane Metcalf said the Cottonwood High educator is “a remarkable teacher who is one of all the students’ favorites.”
Damien introduced himself excitedly as we walked toward his police cruiser. He opened the passenger door for me and apologized for the seat being small.
On May 24, the new Youth City Council (YCC) executive members were sworn in during the city council meeting. With the members sworn in, a new year for the YCC begins.
Many residents voiced concerns about the rezoning of the Kesler and Rola properties during multiple planning commission meetings and city council meetings. After months of discussion, the city council voted on the rezoning amendment on May 14.
Mad Science is hosting science and engineering themed summer camps at the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center.
Cottonwood Heights is hosting Movies in the Park.