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  • Funding Your Future: Do’s and Don’ts of Backyard Improvement

    For many people, summer is the time of year when backyard maintenance is a top priority; especially when they are getting ready to put their home on the market. Before making any concrete plans, however, check out David Sant from Cyprus Credit Union’s list of do`s and don’ts for your backyard improvement projects. Do Less Maintenance Select plants that are indigenous to the area in which you live. This can be especially valuable in places like Utah that have little […]

  • How one feature on your phone can save your life, and how to activate it

    Katie Marble with Zero Fatalities stopped by to share important information to keep the 100 Deadliest Days of Summer, the 100 Safest Days! “Human error causes 94% of all crashes. Driving during the summer months, Utah drivers, passengers, pedestrians, and people riding motorcycles and bicycles each need to practice improving their roadway safety, by changing individual behaviors.  Each one of us make all the difference.” “Anything that takes your active attention away from the road is a distraction! In 4.6 […]

  • This new technology promises to burn fat AND tone muscle like you’ve just done 20,000 crunches

    A new spa just opened up in Draper, and their owners say they want everyone to feel like a God or Goddess when they go there! Co-owner and clinical director Zana Hughes says Spa Rhea is named after a Greek Goddess for that very reason. “We are locally owned and part of the community,” she said. “Here, people are not just a number; we want to get to know our clients and make them feel comfortable.” They offer a variety […]

  • Where you can see Broadway actors perform in Disney classics in Utah!

    Family friendly shows are happening now through October at Tuacahn! Their Summer Broadway in the Canyon Amphitheatre series includes: Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Disney’s When You Wish, and The Sound of Music. A few reasons to catch a show this Summer:  Tickets start at only $32  Perfect way to complete your weekend getaway to St George  Outdoor amphitheatre with beautiful red rock scenery  Broadway quality talent and production We met two Broadway actors who are in […]

  • Marie Osmond to perform with the Utah Symphony

    Marie Osmond has wrapped up her residency with brother Donny in Las Vegas, but that doesn’t mean she’s taking it easy. Now, you can experience her iconic talent during a performance with the Utah Symphony at Deer Valley.  Marie will be performing selections from her latest album, and classics like “Paper Roses”, and “Somewhere” from West Side Story. Marie’s nephew David Osmond will also perform during the unforgettable evening, along with singer Daniel Emmet. If you’d like to be in […]

  • Where you can get a Bachelor’s degree and learn a trade in 3 years

    While the wait list for other nursing programs can take years, Eagle Gate College requires no prerequisites and has no wait list. Assistant Dean of Eagle Gate’s Nursing Program, Andy Nydegger, says the degree is offered in a hybrid format with over 80-percent of courses available online, and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree can be attained in as little as 36 months. We interviewed two current students who listed some of the things they love about the […]

  • Don’t let ED keep you from being spontaneous in the bedroom

    If you suffer from erectile dysfunction, you may start to believe something’s wrong with your testosterone levels. But Andrew Rinehart, a medical technician with Wasatch Medical Clinic, says E.D. is not a testosterone issue, it’s a blood flow issue, and that issue has an easy fix that can help you solve your problems in the bedroom. The clinic uses a special device that is placed on the skin and opens up the blood vessels. Andrew says it only takes a […]

  • 3 tips from a pediatric dentist about keeping kids’ teeth healthy this Summer

    Is your child more at risk for dental problems when they’re out of school? “Accidents while playing sports, riding bicycles and scooters, and other physical outdoor activities increase during the summer,” says Scott Folkman, a dentist at Legacy Pediatric Dentistry. He said to combat this, make sure kids wear safety gear including mouth guards and helmets. He also encourages parents to keep their kids on a regular dental care routine even if they’re on vacation – don’t forget their toothbrush! […]

  • You can be a part of ‘Putting for Pencils’ Charity Golf Tournament

    The Salt Lake City Mission helps families who are struggling to make ends meet, and you can help them at an upcoming golf tourney. The Putting For Pencils Charity Golf Tournament is on June 22, 2019 at Glendale Golf Course.  You can sign up here. The tournament helps provide free backpacks and school supplies for hundreds of local children each year. The 5th Annual Back to School event is on August 10, 2019 and will help local children in need, […]

  • The free program that gets your 4-year-old ready for Kindergarten

    Is kindergarten sneaking up on you, and you’re wondering if your child will be behind the other kids in class? We talked to Waterford UPSTART Public Relations Manager Kim Fischer about an easy way to get preschool-aged children fully ready for kindergarten. Waterford UPSTART it at home kindergarten prep that gives parents the tools they need to get their child ready for school. That includes adaptive software the child uses 15 minutes a day 5 days a week, and parent […]

  • 4 Tips for Summer Trips

    Summer is in full swing for most families and that often means vacations, family reunions, camping, and travel. While this can be an exciting time of planning and anticipation, hitting the road also likely includes stress, frustration and the need for patience and flexibility. “Dr. Dave” Schramm from USU Extension brought us four tips to help you and your family make the most of your time together traveling this summer. • Include children throughout the travel process. Depending on their […]

  • 2 Crafts that Make for Easy, Fourth-of-July Decor

    Want to get festive for the Fourth, but don’t have extra money in the budget? Make your own decor! Christa Lysager, owner of Craft with Me, shows us how to use vinyl as a reverse stencil, and cute 4th of July door tags. She is starting monthly craft nights at the Union Tavern with the first event being on July 16, 2019. More info can be found on both of their facebook pages. or

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