City Councilmembers Bill Colbert, Alan Summerhays and Marsha Vawdrey have recently expressed concern over problems on the city’s trails.
“I had originally planned that we might hit around 600,000 visitors at the one-year mark and maybe 800,000 if we were really successful,” Loveland Living Planet Aquarium’s Founder/CEO Brent Andersen said. “I never would have thought we’d reach one million. We are now ranked ninth in the nation in attendance.”
Surrounded by family and friends at a special birthday gathering at BeeHive Homes, Mildred Olsen Del’ Andrae of Draper turned 104 on Jan. 28.
Performed on March 21, 22 and 24 at Corner Canyon High School, 12943 South 700 East.
The Knights of Columbus Mother Teresa of Calcutta Council #12181 from St. John the Baptist Catholic Church recently donated $1,300 of the proceeds from their Draper Days and rodeo food booths.
Prison relocation, Medicaid expansion and public education are a few debates Utah legislators are up against this 2015 session. Luckily, Utah’s newly elected Speaker of the House, Greg Hughes R-Draper, isn’t afraid of a good fight.
“Connor said, ‘I’m going to be the king,’ and I’m not sure what he meant by that,” Connor’s mother, Nevah Stevenson said. “So I asked him, and he said ‘I’m going to be the king of the dance, and Chloe is going to be queen.’”
“Last year was tough, but I think it helped us begin building the foundation for our program,”
Oh what a difference a year can make. In its inaugural season last year, the Corner Canyon boys basketball team struggled through the growing pains of a new program on its way to a 7-16 season.
By having students start thinking about careers or college in elementary school, they are able to tie in subject matters with their future, Principal Piper Riddle said.