Region action is in full swing for high school boys soccer teams. Both Skyline and Olympus got started on a winning note in Region 6.
The “One Pen Can Change the World” Holladay Art Grant was combined with Literacy Week at Howard R. Driggs Elementary, along with partner schools, and celebrated with an Artist Reception at Millcreek Library.
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Many residents commented to the Cottonwood Heights City Council about a tweet sent out by the police department, and also to show support for their police officers.
Recently Cottonwood Heights changed from using the board of adjustment as the appeal authority to an appeals hearing officer. Paxton Guymon has been appointed to serve as that officer.
7-11 store owner used her 24/7 collection canister to get food for homeless teens.
Former Ridgecrest principal and his wife want Philo Farnsworth statue in U.S. Capitol reinstated after Martha Hughes Cannon statue completes its 10-year term.
Rehearsals for a natural disaster don’t happen frequently, but Cottonwood Heights just did one in April.
The Brighton baseball team had a great preseason and are now in the meat of region play, where they hope to emerge as one of the tops teams in the league.
Brighton High Model UN coach Jim Hodges leads students to national assembly for 20th time.