Although his father always told him he’d be a lawyer, Garett Muse decided to switch plans in college when he found a love for coaching children’s sports.
South Jordan Library joined a national movement that encourages parents and children to read 1,000 books together before kindergarten.
Robin Walker said she got goosebumps as she watched volunteers from Zions Bank paint the exterior of her 74-year-old sister’s home on June 22.
When Gary Swensen was the Salt Lake County land acquisitioner more than 50 years ago, the regional park in Taylorsville took his time, but it wasn’t until this past June 22that it took his name.
Bart and Wendy Kadleck handmade the shelves, cabinets, bedframes, tables, chairs, cutting boards and clocks found in their Taylorsville townhome.
When 9-year-old Nathan Glad told his mother, Rachel Glad, he was planning to move out at 12 and open a hot dog stand, she posted about it on facebook, not knowing that community members and the Mascot Miracles Foundation would pull together to help his business come to life.
In a few weeks Christian Barrios will head to Utah State University thanks to AVID, a program that provides academic and social support to prepare secondary students for college.
Church of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard was never afraid to ask the “unanswerable” questions that Man has asked a great many times about himself.
Business Spotlight - Care to Ride is a transportation service founded Robyn Rausher-Fellows and Deb Oldroyd.
Business Spotlight - Women in Utah have a whole gamut of “experts” who will do eyelash extensions for a price. But how many of them are also trained as state-certified aestheticians and are additionally company trained product experts?