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Best Friends Animal Society

Best Friends Animal Society began in Arizona during the 1970s with a group of animal lovers unwilling to accept the conventional wisdom that humane societies and shelters "had no choice" but to kill their "unadoptable" animals.

Survival of the Fittest

Life and Laughter - A family vacation in Yellowstone National Park

The Crunch, Crunch, Crunch Under My Feet

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Humane Society of Utah attends Utah Wildlife Board Meetingin opposition toproposed increase in cougar trophy hunting

The Humane Society of Utah (HSU), along with the Humane Society of the United States and other Utah wildlife organizations, are opposed to the Utah Wildlife Board’s proposal to increase the cougar hunting quota.

Ride to Zero

Hundreds of bikers to ride in support to decrease veteran suicides

Taylorsville Hosts Night Out Against Crime

Residents learned about public safety from firefighters and police officers at the annual Taylorsville Night Out Against Crime event.

Children Try a Tri at Taylorsville Event

Over 100 spectators watched as racers, many of them children, leapt into the pool, sped through a park on bikes and sprinted to the finish line during Taylorsville Fitness and Recreation Center’s fifth annual triathlon.

‘Endless Possibilities’ for Warrior Football

Taylorsville High School football is back for the 2016 season, and it’s looking promising, according to head coaches Pala Vaituu and Rod Wells.

Taylorsville Class of 1986: Where Are They Now?

It’s been 30 years since the Taylorsville Class of 1986 roamed the halls of Taylorsville High School, but a reunion on Aug. 26 and 27 brought the veteran Warriors back to their alma mater.

Artist Brings the Colorado Plateau to His Alma Mater

He couldn't stay away. Ron Larson, a Salt Lake Community College commercial art alum, brought his paintings of the Colorado plateau back to SLCC.


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