“This class allows students to explore the different areas of the ocean and how we impact it, both in good and bad ways."
Kacie Sanderson will be teaching classes about online scrapbooking in February for South Jordan’s Arts at the Gale program. Although she’s only been doing it for a little over a year, Sanderson hopes that she can teach South Jordan residents to love it as much as she does.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, Desert Star Playhouse sets sail with “Pirates of the Scaribbean: Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Fun!”
“We’re just welcoming people to get out on a cold January morning and come on down, enjoy some hot chocolate, get a dog treat and help out some dogs in local shelters looking for their homes,” Live Daybreak Program Coordinator Wendi Pettett said.
A local state senator wants to give cities and towns the ability to authorize charter schools.
For the second time in the past five years, Bingham High’s football team has won back-to-back state championships.
With results from a city-commissioned study indicating that an overwhelming majority of residents would be willing to pay more property taxes to preserve Mulligan’s, city leaders are thinking outside the box to keep the open space which is anchored by the golf and games center.
“It has been an unbelievable run,” Peck said. “To leave this profession on my own terms and with no regrets, I couldn’t be happier. I simply accomplished everything I could do as a coach.”
“I hope our success now means as those students get older, we will have even more success in the state and nationally.”
“We changed the name so it was more about the spirit of Bingham students, and we’ve expanded so we can help more organizations reach more families and children,” student government adviser Liz Smith said.