Singers and instrumentalists of all faiths, from Holladay and beyond, join each year to prepare and present this musical gift to the community.
For the fourth year, the Cottonwood Heights Arts Council will bestow fame and fortune, albeit in modest amounts, on the winner of its annual Autumn Photography Contest.
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.
“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.
Across America, children do lemonade stands. In Cottonwood Heights, Grey Burgoyne and his siblings did – for charity. It was Grey’s idea.
She didn’t expect to be Ms. America. But Tuesday, she will be coronated.
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.
A suspect robbed a bank allegedly without a weapon. Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying and finding him.
“We had a great turnout last season,” said Warren Hallmark, program coordinator at CHRC. “We were able to make eight different teams out of about 80 kids from the community.”
“We have to be very competitive within our team, and that can be challenging,” senior Janessa Garcia said.