Last Updated: Oct 31, 2017 11:47AM •
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With Butler Elementary School’s French dual-immersion program being difficult, the principal shows kids that they can overcome struggles with the help of friends.
Community members and their dogs came together during the annual Bark in the Park event at Mountview Park on Sept. 16.
The eighth annual Cottonwood Heights Art Show was held for the first time in the new city hall and featured a variety of submissions from the community’s artists.
At a South Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce luncheon, FBI Special Agent James Lamadrid discussed how the FBI seeks to fight cybercrime.
Annual production invites singers and instrumentalists to join rehearsals in October.
The solar eclipse in August was used as a chance to appreciate science. Salt Lake County libraries hosted viewing parties and events leading up to the eclipse.
Pointing your laser pointer skyward could send you to jail, seriously.
The West Nile Virus has been found in the Salt Lake Valley. Read to find out about the virus and ways to protect yourself this summer and fall.
On Sept 9. at 6:45 a.m., 4,600 runners lined up to run down the Big Cottonwood Canyon for Revel’s Boston Qualifying Marathon.
Lorraine Robinson was selected as the Holladay Arts Council’s Artist of the Month. Robinson mixes her musical roots into her entire painting process.