Monthly Archive:: August 2012

New Program Offers More Incentives to Homebuilders

A new program offered by Rocky Mountain Power is aimed at building more energy efficient homes in Utah. The Wattsmart New Homes

Jordan School District Votes in Favor of Play Policy Changes

Despite concerns voiced by theater teachers, the Jordan School District Board of Education unanimously passed changes to its policy on selecting school

CityViews 8/30/12: UTOPIA/Deana Martin Headlines SLC Jazz Fest

Segment 1: In 2002, a group of Utah cities got together to build a state-of-the-art fiber optic network, a technology infrastructure that

West Valley City Won’t Release Powell Records to Family Attorney

After a week of deliberating, the West Valley City Council announced last night it will not be releasing any files relating to

Love: “We Are Truly the Best, Last Hope on Earth”

Saratoga Springs Mayor and Congressional Candidate Mia Love drew applause last night as she spoke at the Republican National Convention. In her

Financial Aid Becomes Issue in Matheson/Love Race

With the November election 10 weeks away, the criticism going back and forth between six-term Congressman Jim Matheson and Saratoga Springs Mayor

Jordan School District Considers Changes to School Play Policy

The Jordan School District Board of Education will consider changes to its policy on selecting school plays at its meeting tonight. This