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Police officers are probably more unappreciated than ever.
That’s what Desirae Payne believes.
Sure, I could consult nutritional studies for information, but I decided instead to ask some locals who have eaten oatmeal for decades and are living proof.
The increase, which is authorized under HB 362, a new law that took effect July 1, has already been put on other cities’ ballots.
The rain probably kept you within the walls of your own warm home. If so, you missed a wonderful collection, from soft baby booties to realistic pet rocks, colorful pillows and quilts to intricate handmade jewelry.
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.
What would you do with $300,000? Spend it on lavish travel? Buy a couple of cars? A house? How about pay for a medical procedure that could save your life?
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.