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This is a great place to live, work and play, we'll highlight some of what is offered right here! Current events, interesting individuals, random historical facts and anything local.
Miniature animals pushing city limits for zoning and ordinance codes.
Death by Chocolate drew over 200 attendees to sample chocolate from 13 different vendors.
Feb. 3 was Take Your Child to the Library Day at the Salt Lake County Library System.
What to expect for Cottonwood Heights Easter festivities.
The work of local artist Alan Chow holds a unique power, like trying to grab onto light itself, but his goal is to make each abstract image something that viewers can grasp in their own way.
Forty percent of the Gold Award recipients are from Cottonwood Heights. Come see why.
One neighborhood united to honor the memory of a little boy by renaming a street after him.
So much of the world passes by without us really taking notice, but Mark Marzolf aims to make us stop and look around.
Bryce Mildon has tried to qualify for the Boston Marathon on five or six different occasions. Each attempt seemed to fall apart, however, this time it was different.
Joshua Creek has released six studio albums and they are coming to Butler Middle School on December 16.