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Bengals Break In Their New Field With a Pre-season Win

“We have to be very competitive within our team, and that can be challenging,” senior Janessa Garcia said.

Football Buddies Are The Best Kind: Brighton High School Football Preview

The team began practicing in full pads on Aug. 10, but has been working hard in helmet practice and weight lifting since July 15.

New Principal At Ridgecrest Elementary School

Ridgecrest Elementary School welcomes Principal Julie Winfree for the upcoming school year. Winfree has a diverse background in the education field spanning 20 years.

Music Comes to Howard R. Driggs Elementary

The BTSALP is an initiative started in 1995 by Beverley Taylor Sorenson as a way to integrate the arts in Utah schools.

A New Way of Doing Business

The Cottonwood Heights Business Association was created after city officials held meetings with business owners to determine what programs and events would best serve local needs.

Beau Babka: “Canyon Inn was a Target”

Accusations of the targeted harassment of customers have been ongoing since Cottonwood Heights formed its own police department in 2008.

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.

Residents Rabble-Rouse Regarding Rezoning

Ten persons spoke against a “zone creep” at the northeast slope above North Little Cottonwood Canyon Road this month at a routine planning commission meeting. One – the applicant who made the rezoning request – spoke in favor.

Common Sense Helps Prevent Snake Bites

“Snakes don’t pose a threat to us per say, because they’re not out to get us. No snake is dangerous if we leave it alone,” Dave Jensen, owner of Wasatch Snake Removal, said.

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