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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.
According to the Boy Scouts of America, only about 7 percent of all scouts received their Eagle Scout award in 2013.
The team at City Journals is excited to keep residents in Salt Lake County informed about the great things that are happening in local communities with each of our 12 publications.
Local child development pro says recent research creates a challenge for parents when schools fall short on physical education.
At Oakwood Elementary school, students in Mr. Crandall’s 5th-grade class know to expect the unexpected.
During a city council meeting on Oct. 27, Whitmore library representatives discussed the improvements made to the library over the summer with Cottonwood Heights City Council.