Head coach Jenny Watts looks to build on last season’s state championship when she guided the Olympus girls tennis team to a six-point victory.
The city ordinance, passed in February 2013, is enforceable on “all public property,” i.e., schools.
When students in Granite School District went back to school on Aug. 20, two Holladay schools were still working to finish summer construction projects.
Ridgecrest Runners meet before school during the school year to run laps equivalent of a marathon.
With live music, crafts and games for kids, vendors and food trucks, the festival made for a perfect exclamation point for the end of summer.
A familiar face was missing from the halls of Olympus High when school got underway.
With 3900 South deteriorating, city officials from Holladay and surrounding communities are working toward a solution.
Region 7 is one of the most competitive in the state, but the Brighton girls tennis team is up for the challenge.
New head coach Rafe Maughan has taken over the Brighton football program. He inherits a squad with no returning starters.
The Cottonwood Heights Police Department leases their public safety fleet on a biennial basis. They do not own their fleet like many other agencies in the Salt Lake Valley do.