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  • How to protect your home from the inside

    Chief Lee Russo with West Valley Police Department shared a few ways to ensure your home is safe while you are away. The overarching tip is to make your home look like there is someone there at all times. Setting up timed lights in your house is a great way to do this. Chief Russo also recommended that people wait to post photos from their vacation until they are home. A few other things he recommends: Turn the volume of your phone’s […]

  • Yummy dishes from The Wild Zucchini

    Chef Steve Stanley from Wild Zucchini showed us how to make some of his favorite dishes. He featured burrata with balsamic tomatoes, Piadinas(Italian sandwiches) and polenta cake topped with fresh peaches. For more information visit their Facebook page, here.

  • Weekend Planner: Military Appreciation Day, Sandy Hot Air Balloon Festival, Cosplay Games

    The Utah Division of Parks and Recreation Military Appreciation Day: Saturday, August 13th Pancake Breakfast 5K Race Flag Ceremonies Canoe Rentals More information here. Sandy Hot Air Balloon Festival Saturday, August 13th Morning and night events Launches start at 7AM Free to the public You may be recruited to help on a balloon crew if you arrive early Cosplay Games Saturday, August 13th Downtown SLC Photo Scavenger Hunt Free Win prizes Everyone on your team has to be in costume More […]

  • Local Utah band on the rise, the Mojave Nomads

    The Mojave Nomads performed their new single, “Girl” live in our studio.  They have a few  upcoming performances if you want to go check them out: 8/13 @ Alleged(Opening for James Supercave) 8/17 @ Ogden Amphitheater 8/31 @ USU Big Agg Show 9/03 @ Alleged(Headling) 9/09 @ Muse Music You can find their music on YouTube, iTunes, Spotify or SoundCloud. Also make sure to check them out on their website, here. Or you can follow them on any of their social media […]

  • Tips on making a basic risotto

    Chef Roy Olsen with Bake 360 showed us how to make one of the most challenging dishes- Risotto. With this dish you need to pay attention to the little details, Chef Roy Olsen shared tips from what pan you need to how to getting that perfect consistency. Bake 360 is introducing  a new evening menu with new delicious dinner plates, including Chef Roy Olsen’s risotto. They are now taking reservations starting August 12th. For more information visit their Facebook page, here.

  • Park City Film Festival

    Nathan Osmond tells us all about what you can expect at the Park City Film Festival happening right now, August 10th-13th, at the Eccles Theater in Park City. The mission for this film festival is “elevating the human spirit” and is open to everyone. The festival is family friendly so you can bring the kids and enjoy a great day in Park City. Nathan Osmond will be the emcee for the Awards show happening Saturday night, August 13th. For more information and […]

  • Utah Adventure: How to prevent a wildfire

    Jennifer Hansen, Utah Wildland Urban Interface Program Coordinator, shares tips on how to stay safe during wildfire season. We have had a number of fires this season caused by motorized vehicles and escaped campfires. One less spark means one less wildfire. Never drive a vehicle, especially a ATV or motorcycle into dry grass. This year we had several fires start this way, so stay on designated routes. Make sure campfires are out cold before leaving them. We have seen a […]

  • Do your part to keep your home and neighborhood safe

    Sgt. Trudy Crooper, with West Valley City Police Department, shared a few dos and don’ts that will help keep you safe and help out your neighborhood. To start off lighting is very important to help lower crime. The very simple and first thing law enforcement is asking people to do is to keep their front porch lights on all night. You are then encouraged to install motion sensor lights on your other doors. It is very easy for someone to […]

  • Sandy Balloon Festival

    See a sky full of hot air balloons at the annual Sandy Hot Air Balloon Festival. The sunrise balloon launches happen both mornings, August 12th and 13th. The first wave launch around 7AM and the second wave around 7:30AM (wind and weather permitting) at Storm Mountain Park. On Saturday evening, 8-10PM, enjoy the balloon glow starting aroudn 8:30PM at South Towne Promenade in front of Sandy City Hall. There will be food choices available for purchase, as well as entertainment for the evening. […]

  • From caffeinated water to healthy ice cream, here is a list of new healthy products we are loving

    Dietician Kayla Womeldorff shared this month`s Hot and Healthy Picks from Harmons: Shasta root beer sparkling water A fun way to have your favorite soda without any sugar or artificial sweeteners. Bonus: this root beer is just as hydrating as plain water. Bush`s Hummus Made Easy These packets make it quick and easy to make your own fresh hummus at home. Clean, simple ingredient list: Water, Tahini, Olive Oil, Garlic, Salt, Lemon Juice, Sugar, and Citric Acid Half pops popped […]

  • The lifelong benefits of walking and hiking

    Fitness expert, Denise Druce, tells us about the importance of including walking or hiking in your workouts no matter your age. Benefits: Weight Loss Healthy Heart Strong Bones Positive outlook on the day Strong feet, ankles, and legs Social connection with community Walking Tips: Get a buddy or walking club for accountability- meet at the same time and place Invest in some good walking shoes and water belt or camelback so you can stay hands-free Skip the hand weights, do […]

  • Dreading your school reunion? Here are a few tips to make it fun

    Ellen Reddick shares a few tips to help us be excited and confident at our next reunion. She says first of all and most importantly, we have to RSVP and then attend, now you can start to get excited about connecting with people you have not seen in years. How to act at a class reunion: Smile. Nothing covers nervous jitters better than a friendly face. Mix and mingle with different people. Do not limit yourself to the group you used to […]

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