There is no material like the human body. Without programing, paying or persuasion, it grows, heals and sustains itself.
More than $2,600 was raised by Murray students during the American Heart Association’s Jump for Heart event.
Cottonwood High’s theatre department will present “Mockingbird,” the story of a young girl with Asperger’s syndrome learning to cope with her brother’s tragic death.
What turns the disposition of the unfeeling heart to kindness? Do we care about a stranger in need?
Second grader Ireland Romney and her first-grade sister, Leighton, held a photograph of their father in front of Viewmont Elementary’s student body and invited guests Nov. 11 as part of the school’s 5th annual Veterans Day program.
An untouched baton, a music stand missing a score and an empty podium took center stage in honor of Murray High School’s beloved instrumental director, teacher, mentor and friend, Rob Wilson, who lost his life after a six-year battle with acute myeloid leukemia.
About $9,000 was raised as 400 Grant Elementary students ran Oct. 23 in the school’s annual fun run fundraiser.
Liberty sixth grader Rylee Smith had never heard of Aristotle before she was assigned to learn about him as part of the sixth grade in early October.
It’s a salty snack, it’s a brining cucumber. No, it’s pickleball!
After veterinarian Jordan Hammer shared stories about caring for large animals as part of his career with the South Valley Large Animal Clinic, Murray High senior Christian Harris approached him to get more information about colleges and internships.