2018-11-12

Marsha Holland Challenges Unconstitutional Election Statute in Court

Utah District 73 Candidate Says Utah Law Discredits Unaffiliated Candidates, Confuses Voters, and Violates the 14th Amendment TROPIC – On November 2, Utah State House of Representatives District 73 candidate Marsha Holland filed a complaint in the United States District Court for the District of Utah challenging the Utah Legislature’s unconstitutional ballot language intended to prevent unaffiliated political candidates from […]

A Message from Panguitch Second Graders: Be Kind and Change the World

PANGUITCH – Smile, be kind, and do good is the message that second graders at Panguitch Elementary want to spread. “Positive mind set is important, we like to start our day out with a song and a quote” says Huxli Black. The song “It’s Gonna be a Good Day” is to get the kids up and dancing knowing our days […]

Teachers Learn Math Games in Workshop at Boulder Elementary

BOULDER – Math games foster mathematical fluency in students, and on October 29, Boulder Elementary School hosted two math game events to help make learning math fun. The first event was a professional development workshop, open to all teachers in Garfield County. This was followed by a family game night. All of the day’s activities were facilitated by Allison Riddle, […]

David Baker 1954 – 2018

Bicknell – David Baker, age 64, passed away early Sunday morning, November 4, 2018 in Salt Lake City. David was born February 18, 1954 a son of Kenneth Fay, and Rachel Wood Baker. He graduated from Wayne High School in 1972. He attended a Trade Tech School for Autos. He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of […]