“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.”
To be held March 13, 14, 16, 20, 21, 23, 27 and 28 at 12366 South 900 East
City Councilmembers Bill Colbert, Alan Summerhays and Marsha Vawdrey have recently expressed concern over problems on the city’s trails.
“The future we choose will only happen if we can come together as communities to enhance and preserve what we love,” McAdams said.
After a two-year break, the City Journals (formerly The Valley Journals) is, along with Overstock.com, sponsoring the Salt Lake County Spelling Bee.
“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.’”
A local buyer recently came forward for the old Park School, just weeks before the Dec. 31 deadline the city council had given for it to either be purchased or demolished.
“This really means a lot,” said Johnson, principal of J & J & Sons Construction. “After attending this event for years, it feels good to finally get to the top.”
“I personally am grateful for each one being willing to put their good names forward, as a way for residents who pay that extra money to have a say in how it’s spent,” Mayor Troy Walker said to those who were appointed to represent residents of the TRSSD.
Tucked away in a Draper neighborhood sits Mehraban Wetlands Park (898 East Riparian Drive) and within it is Sunset Pond. The pond was man-made for the purpose of offering a connection to nature and an opportunity for urban fishing.