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President Boyd K Packer- Many Send Condolences

By Bryan Scott, Jul 06, 2015, Categories: News

The Journals have received a number of press releases and emails to offer thoughts, prayers and condolences.

Saint Juan Diego And The Festival Of Roses

By Erin Dixon, Jun 19, 2015, Categories: Local Life, Arts+Entertainment, Today

The miracle of the roses and the image of the Virgin Mary are honored by the name of the festival each year in Draper. The proceeds of the festival benefit the parish in whatever they need most that year; this year proceeds will go to fixing the roof and floor of the church.

Safety Is A Matter Of Perspective

By Chloe Bartlett, Jun 19, 2015, Categories: News, Today

1700 East has long been a source of disagreement among those who live near it, due to the speed bumps that line the long stretch of road. Though they were installed as a safety measure, not all residents can agree that they truly promote safety throughout the neighborhood.

Edan Jorgensen Selected For TRSSD Board

By Chloe Bartlett, Jun 19, 2015, Categories: News, Today

After a mid-term resignation by Greg Nuzman, the Traverse Ridge Special Service District Control Board had been left with a vacancy, and a qualified replacement needed to be found.

Summit Academy Jogapalooza Brings Fun, Funds At Year-End

By Julie Slama, Jun 19, 2015, Categories: Education, Today

Summit’s Jogapalooza is held annually as the school’s fundraiser, which this year is earmarked for classroom improvements, playground refurbishing, playing field replanting and a marquee sign for the school, school principal Bob Zentner said.

Willow Springs Fifth-Grade Students Show Pride, Patriotism

By Julie Slama, Jun 19, 2015, Categories: Education, Today

The Great American Award program, established in 1989 by Clare Tobler in Boulder City, Nev., has become a tradition in learning the fifth-grade United States history curriculum. Each school may alter it some to fit their curriculum, but the basis remains the same.

This Just In... News From Our Advertisers

By City Journals Staff, Jun 19, 2015, Categories: Business, Local Life, Today

Kisco Senior Living’s Sagewood at Daybreak, the first new full-service senior living community in the Salt Lake City metro in many years, welcomed its first residents on June 1. The community is now open to public tours.

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