I think The Draper Historic Theatre should get more funding. Even though it is doing ok on its own, I think it would run a lot smoother and have more people come if more money was invested in it.
“With four kids in sports we have a lot of shoes everywhere — I was frustrated,” Danielle George said. “People donated to DJ when he was growing up, allowing him to stay in sports, which kept him out of trouble. We knew there was a need.”
“They’ve asked for a greater level of transparency in how we do the budget. This will allow us to track all the time spent in the district, the equipment used. We’re trying to make it as easy as possible for the people to understand."
It’s budget time at Salt Lake County.
It’s a bit like standing on the edge of a small cliff as you look down at what’s been excavated in preparation for the new 21,500-square-foot police wing addition.
Harper has always volunteered in her spare time, but it wasn’t until her husband Bill passed away four years ago, that she knew she needed to start doing more things that made her feel good.
“Let’s…Make…A…Deal!” Those are the iconic words that Draper resident David Wright will never forget, after he and his friends embarked on a California road trip to be studio audience members on the popular game show.
Blue and red lights flash atop a 10-foot tree in the lobby of City Hall that honors the late Sgt. Derek Johnson who was killed in the line of duty Sept. 1, 2013 in Draper.
Hundreds gathered to watch as Draper Mayor Troy Walker led the festivities and the park was illuminated with over 1 million Christmas lights.
Jazz music played and candles and leaves decorated the tables on a brisk November night when community and Draper Chamber of Commerce members came together at Millennial Falls to honor those who embody the best of Draper.