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Water conservation should be top of mind as we head into summer. Our warmer-than-normal winter and low snowpack in the mountains worries agencies who deliver water to Salt Lake County residents.
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.
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?
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.
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.
Draper City is nestled right against the world-famous Wasatch Mountains. While residents are able to enjoy a cozy view of the mountainside, that view comes with a small price.
“The ‘Herb it Forward’ Scholarship was created to educate those future leaders who will continue to pay it forward,” says Fisher. “We want to help them in their educational pursuits since education is the one gift that can’t be taken away from you.”
“I think I will always go back and run Boston. For now I have already qualified for next year so I am planning on it.”
In April, the Draper Historic Theatre “stepped in time” to “Mary Poppins.” This beloved story came to a life in a big way on a small stage. The show ran 12 nights, two more nights than originally planned because shows began selling out.