The Wasatch Institute of Technology held its first chess tournament on Saturday, Aug. 15 for seventh- through 12th-grade students. Students needed to register, but there was no cost.
Fifteen Viewmont Elementary students gave up a couple hours of their summer break to meet with Principal Missy Hamilton to discuss what it means to be a Viewmont Eagle.
As part of the $33 million bond Murray taxpayers passed in 2012, $4 million was earmarked for seismic retrofitting in school buildings.
A painter has its color, a poet its words and a dancer its body. With air for its canvas, a dancer draws with movement.
From kale and cucumber to free roaming eggs and goat cheese, the famers market is not just a place for food: it’s a place for passion.
There are some unique touches to the school. The concrete is seamless and stained royal blue to match school colors.
“This is a tradition that students come back to say it’s one of their favorite things they did and loved,” Wayman said. “It has been so fun even though it is so much work. Next year, I’ll be working part-time in the high school, so this was a great year for the last one. I have a lot of great memories from the Dutch oven cook-offs.”
Like the varying patterns of snowflakes that make one beautiful storm, or the billions of stars in our galaxy, there are many separate worlds of community life found knit together inside a night at Murray City Park.
A new fiscal year begins July 1, and Mayor Ted Eyre has proposed a budget he feels will benefit Murray residents. He presented the budget to the city council in its May 5 meeting.
“The Murray Fun Days offers a time when our residents can come together to celebrate the freedoms and liberties we enjoy as citizens of this great nation. It also is a time when the City can express our appreciation to those who truly make up the character of our community,” Mayor Ted Eyre said of the importance of Murray Fun Days