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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.

Celebrating 40 years of Irish-American heritage in Utah

Top of the morning to ya celebrating Irish American heritage in Utah.

Why seek early intervention for your child?

Early intervention services for developmentally delayed babies birth to 3 are a necessary, convenient and affordable services, yet underused in our community by DDI Vantage.

Grizzly cheer captures a multitude of awards

At this year's state cheerleading competition, the Copper Hills High School cheerleaders came home with multiple awards.

Belated blanket

BYU football player Jim Jaramillo receives his traditional Senior Blanket 37 years after his final game.

Fourteen-year-old authors

Eighth-graders ready their books for publication.

Musical petting zoo

Petting zoo of instruments gets kids excited for middle school registration.

It’s a sensory small world at Viridian Event Center

Early learning STEM project at the Viridian Event Center, planned by librarians and staff, attended by community youth.

Documentary shown as part of Black History Month

The documentary "Street Fighting Men" had a free film screening at the Viridian in honor of Black History Month.

Happy Hubers create memories on ‘Family Feud’

The Huber family accomplished a major milestone in their quest to create memories by competing on the Family Feud game show, which aired on Feb. 1 and 2.

 

 

 

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