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Residents of Applewood Mobile Estates celebrate victory over "Goliath"

The residents of Applewood Mobile Estates held a dinner to celebrate their success in raising funds to buy the land their homes are on and create a resident-owned community.

Understanding elected official compensation in the wake of pay raise controversy

A recent controversy surrounding a mayor giving himself a raise highlights the fact that not many people understand elected official compensation.

Canyons District’s approach to keeping students safe

Taking a closer a look at what Canyons School District is planning for school safety

Students join nationwide protest, many focus on kindness

Students across the valley used March 14 to peacefully exercise their First Amendment rights standing up against school violence—and in some instances, standing united.

UDOT updates plans for Southbound I-15, 7200 South improvements

UDOT gave an update to the city council on planned southbound I-15 and 7200 South improvements.

Go for it! Organizations encourage women to enter politics

The number of women running and winning political seats in Utah is on the rise.

Midvale 2017 year in review

Bingham Junction Park will get some improvements, Police Chief Jason Mazuran was moved to work as Bureau Chief with the Sheriff’s Office and Mayor JoAnn Seghini retired as mayor at the end of 2017.

Robert Hale: Midvale’s first new mayor since 1998

Robert Hale will be the first new person to sit in the mayor’s seat this century.

Residents makes progress in their efforts to save Applewood

The residents of Applewood are making progress in raising funds to buy the land their homes are on and create a resident-owned community. This will let them keep their homes and stabilize mortgage payments.

Winter driving safety: Snow falls and you slow down

Winter is coming, don't procrastinate in getting your car prepared for the road conditions.

 

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