Senate Bill 136 was passed this March, allowing counties to impose a quarter-cent sales tax for transportation funding. Salt Lake County passed an ordinance stating that if a collective of cities and townships making up 67 percent% of the county’s population show support for the tax, it will be imposed this summer.
Following the national conversation on school shootings, Draper is doing what it can to prevent such a thing from happening.
Juan Diego Catholic High School teammates Dawson Stiefel and Jared Perry, both from West Jordan, will continued playing baseball in college next year.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of people visit public fireworks displays in the Salt Lake Valley, but what goes on behind the scenes?
Juan Diego Catholic High School athlete Katrina Price, a discus and shot put thrower, is heading to Southern California to compete for the Concordia University Irvine track program.
Dan Whitley has taught music to thousands of children over the years. He started teaching kids because his cancer-stricken son begged him to teach him how to play an instrument so he could be like his dad and be in a band.
The mayor didn’t ask for the raise, but said he wouldn’t turn it down.
Canyons Film Festival allows students to learn skills that translate into classroom as well as in films.
The Corner Canyon High softball team, under first-year head coach Chris Opheikens, were led by five First Team All-Region players — including Region 7 MVP Lexi Parker — in finishing sixth in the state.
Led by two college-bound seniors in Dawson Stiefel and Jared Perry along with Easton Rex’s power hitting and the pitching of juniors Cooper Rust and Campbell Magrane, the Juan Diego Catholic High School baseball team won the Region 11 title and finished third at state.