“We wanted to give back to the community by providing these kits,” Meadows said.
A legislative committee tasked with finding a new location for the Utah State Prison has now expanded the list of potential sites from three to five.
Few public issues command as much attention as the fate and future of our children. From education to health care, kids are at the heart of many public policy and spending decisions. Each election cycle promises voters their ballots will shape the lives and opportunities of the next generation.
You may remember when our playful River otter brothers arrived at the Living Planet Aquarium in 2013. Since then they have gained enormous popularity and continue to bring smiles to our guests each day with their outgoing personalities.
Play Unplugged is a Utah-based company partnering with local chambers of commerce and is finding tremendous success in helping reduce the sedentary nature of a child’s summer months, while simultaneously helping local businesses experience a surge in foot traffic during that same timeframe.
“If you think about yourselves, your businesses, your friends and your family, think about how valuable those associations are,” he said. “You’re what provides the economic engine that makes this community work. It’s a great place to do business, own a business, shop and be involved in commerce.”
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.
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.
Performed on March 21, 22 and 24 at Corner Canyon High School, 12943 South 700 East.
Surrounded by family and friends at a special birthday gathering at BeeHive Homes, Mildred Olsen Del’ Andrae of Draper turned 104 on Jan. 28.