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There’s A New Chief in Town

Holladay welcomed Unified Police Department Captain Don Hutson to serve as the Police Chief for the City of Holladay on Aug. 16, replacing Chief Chris Bertram.

Transformed, Wellness Coach Touts Transformations

“You can’t change your mindset with the same consciousness that created it.” Albert Einstein’s idea is what led Leesa Myers to completely transform her career – and herself.

Out of the Mouth of Babes: Children's Lemonade Money Going to Hospital

Across America, children do lemonade stands. In Cottonwood Heights, Grey Burgoyne and his siblings did – for charity. It was Grey’s idea.

Ms. America 2016, a Valley Resident, Unexpectedly Crowned

She didn’t expect to be Ms. America. But Tuesday, she will be coronated.

This DJ Channeled Spielberg, Influenced Letterman and is Doing Charity Near You

What if a man in this world got surprised by a “Jurassic Park” velociraptor crashing his wedding, only to, the very next morning, on a whim, meet the film’s director, Steven Spielberg?

Splash Pad Rockets from Launching Pad

At Bark in the Park last year, the splash pad was such a hit that this year, it returned. It’s for the dogs. But the recreation was so popular that it had to return for the Saturday event, City of Cottonwood Heights Coordinator Ann Eatchel said.

Utahns can participate for first time in National Diabetes Prevention Program

The first opportunity has arrived for Utahns to participate in the National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP), the Salt Lake County Health Department (SLCoHD) announced.

Who Let the Dogs Out?

It was about the canines (and cats, unexpectedly) at the first Dog Days of Holladay Celebration Saturday morning at Holladay City Plaza, where an animal shelter benefited greatly.

Blue Moon Festival imagines again

The Blue Moon Festival can’t always happen during, you know, a blue moon. Perhaps the best word to address that reality describes exactly what the festival needed.

Slide Structures Temporarily Closed At Mountview Park

The park itself will remain open as the city works to find a solution to protect children from the effects of the summer sun on the park equipment.



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