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When it came time for gym class in high school, Harriet Wallis was always picked last for team sports.
Teenagers enjoyed their very own Easter egg hunt during the special event hosted by the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center and Cottonwood Heights City. Held on March 25 at the Cottonwood Heights Ice Arena, the event was free and open to all teens ages 13 to 18.
Cottonwood Heights residents took a dip for a good cause. In the first annual Spring Splash event, residents swam in the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center outdoor pool on March 19, despite the chilly weather, in order to raise money for leukemia.
Part horse show, part live theater, part Cirque du Soleil and part concert, Cavalia presents Odysseo in its Utah premiere performance in Sandy.
When Claire Oliver was eight days old, her parents received a phone call that would change their lives forever.
For more information, stop by any of the 18 libraries in the county.
During the month of February, the Whitmore Library offered two activities for children and teens which drew big crowds.
Residents of Holladay, the state and our nation have heard about fallen Officer Barney, wounded Officer Richey and the events that unfolded the week of Jan. 17, 2016.
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.