Last Updated: Mar 09, 2016 12:20PM •
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Over 115 young athletes from all over Utah and neighboring states competed on Saturday, Feb. 6 at the Holladay Lions Recreation Center during the Impact Jiu Jitsu tournament.
At the inaugural Happy Healthy Holladay lecture series on Thursday, Feb. 11, Holladay residents learned about heart health, specifically about the dangers of high blood pressure and ways to reduce it.
Holladay resident Shantel Sorensen is changing the way Utah men dress, one suit at a time.
Cottonwood Heights employees, government officials and residents recently honored various volunteers during a Volunteer Appreciation Dinner.
Cottonwood Heights will be hosting some upcoming events including a business boot camp.
Fifth graders from four elementary schools within Cottonwood Heights had their D.A.R.E. graduations, which were held on Jan. 11-14.
As long as everything stays the same, I’m super cool with change.
Detective Tyler Ackerman was awarded Officer of the Year Award by Unified Police Department Holladay Precinct at a small ceremony in Millcreek this week.
Now representing Holladay’s District 5 is Mark Stewart.
Winter can be a difficult time for birds. Days are often windy and cold. Nights are long and even colder.