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“Every veteran receives a free haircut on Veterans Day. All they have to do is show their military ID,” Nancy Vandiver said.
Several Draper Girl Scouts recently earned the top awards at their level and were honored at the Girl Scouts of Utah awards recognition on Oct. 24.
The team at City Journals is excited to keep residents in Salt Lake County informed about the great things that are happening in local communities with each of our 12 publications.
Last winter, several Canyons School District schools joined students in more than 180 countries in a one-hour introduction to computer science and computer programming as part of the Hour of Code.
The Utah Division of Public Utilities and the Office of Consumer Services supported the reduction in rates, which was part of a settlement approved by the Public Service Commission of Utah in October.
UDOT is prepared to help keep roads safe and plowed during the winter season and suggests that motorists also take safety precautions. A traffic app is available to help drivers determine when and where to travel.
Four times a year, Draper City Police Officers get together in a public place to chat with anyone who comes by.
Early this fall was a tense time for Draper City residents.
In the timeless tale of A Christmas Carol, Ebenezer Scrooge a callous miser is given a second chance to live a better life.
It turns out that some scientists think we’re headed for a mass extinction. Merry Christmas!