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Sandy is a suburb of Salt Lake City and is located at the bottom of the Wasatch Mountains. Its name is a result of the local land being referred to as thirsty soil. It has seen various phases of economic stimulus, ranging from railroad to silver mines to agricultural. By 1900, only a few saloons and hotels were left, and Sandy began to similate other rural Utah towns.

Population: 96660
Local Newspapers: The Salt Lake Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Real Salt Lake (MLS soccer) Utah Jazz (NBA)
Local Colleges: Canyons Technical Education Center

Zip Codes associated with sandy, utah: 84070 84092 84093 84094
Towns/Cities near sandy, utah : White City Sherwood Park Draper Cottonwood Heights South Jordan

Sandy News
Cinemark movie chain tightens safety rules, bans big bags and...

Chain, with 15 locations in Utah, cites safety concerns for banning backpacks and large bags that could be used for outside food or guns. Cinemark Theatres will ban large bags and backpacks at all locations - including Century Theatres, CinA©Arts, Tinseltown and Rave Cinemas - starting Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018.

Safety inspections gone, but cars must still be safe, UHP warns

Bobby Rose uses a light transmittance meter to check the tint of a vehicle's windows during a safety inspection at the 3rd Avenue Car Clinic in Salt Lake City on Thursday, February 9, 2012. The Utah Highway Patrol wants to remind the public that while safety inspections are no longer required in Utah, drivers are still required to have a safe vehicle.

Bitcoin thieves threaten real violence for virtual currencies

Some of a Bitcoin enthusiast's coins are pictured at his office in this photo illustration in Sandy, Utah, January 31, 2014. The rich have always feared robbery and extortion.

South Salt Lake asking state to fund 12 new cops, firefighters to service homeless center

Bracing for the homeless resource center they never wanted, South Salt Lake leaders are asking the state for roughly $3.6 million to compensate for its impact. South Salt Lake Mayor Cherie Wood said Wednesday her team submitted its request to state leaders Friday, requesting $2.6 million in ongoing funds and about $1 million in one-time funds to pay for the additional police and fire needs city officials estimate will come with the 300-bed homeless resource center planned for 3380 S. 1000 West.

Betty Elaine Iverson

Betty Elaine Iverson, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend, passed away peacefully at the young age of 90 on Feb. 8, 2018, surrounded by her loving family and friends.She was born Aug. 25, 1927, to Delbert C. Hammond and Marcella Kirk Hammond in Tooele, Utah, where she lived nearly all of her life.She married DeVon ... (more)

Inside the movement for paid time off to have a baby - in Utah and beyond

After giving birth to her daughter River in April, Kelsey Hixson-Bowles began a quick countdown from 10 - the number of paid days she could take off work. Hixson-Bowles, 27, scraped together another five days by cashing in the few paid sick and vacation hours she'd managed to accrue since accepting a position at Utah Valley University last February.

A $6,200 teacher pay raise? House GOP caucus raises prospect

Science teacher Abby Vanier uses a dropper put alcohol onto her students' hands during a lesson on identifying phase changes at Mount Jordan Middle in Sandy on Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017. Summary After "scrubbing" ongoing budgets of state agencies, Utah lawmakers found millions under the couch cushions - enough that legislators are considering significant pay raises for educators, possibly, $6,200 per teacher.

2 news Jordan High student allegedly starts rumor of school shooting...

A 17-year-old student who allegedly started a rumor that someone was going to shoot up or bomb Jordan High School was arrested Thursday. A rumor that five students were planning a shooting at the school circulated on social media - primarily through the messaging app Snapchat - on Jan 26., Canyons School District spokesman Jeff Haney said at the time.

Jordan High student cited in false scare case

Police have cited a 17-year-old boy who they say created a panic at Jordan High School by spreading false rumors of a school shooting. Police announced Thursday that earlier this week a misdemeanor citation was issued to the Jordan High student accusing him of making a false alarm.

Theater review: HCT's 'Hunchback' is a valiant attempt at a flawed musical

James Bounous as Quasimodo, left, Josh Richardson as Claude Frollo and Rebecca Burroughs as Esmeralda in the Monday/Wednesday/Friday cast of Hale Centre Theatre's "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," which will run Feb. 5-March 31. "THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME," through March 31, Hale Centre Theatre, 9900 S. Monroe St., Sandy **; running time: 2 hours, 30 minutes ** SALT LAKE CITY - The stage musical of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" begins and ends with the same "riddle," as the show's lyrics call it: "What makes a monster and what makes a man?" It's a poignant and relevant question, and one Hale Centre Theatre attempts to answer with its current production of the show, which will run in the Centre Stage Theatre through March 31. And while HCT has assembled a talented cast and used its resources wisely, it still can't make up for the fact that "Hunchback" is a flawed piece of musical theater.

Listen Technologies Demonstrates ListenTALK at ISE 2018

Global integrators and end users respond favorably to mobile collaboration device. Hale Centre Theatre in Sandy, Utah, uses ListenTALK to facilitate behind-the-scenes tours of its theatres.

$10 million request in state funds for Operation Rio Grande has early support

Legislative leaders on Tuesday made an official request to fund the remaining $10 million of the estimated $67 million cost of Operation Rio Grande. The request for state money, which was included in Gov. Gary Herbert's budget, will likely win the support it needs, said Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee Chairman Rep. Paul Ray.

Toll bill expanded to allow electronic assessment on any state road

Senate President Wayne Niederhauser, R-Sandy, speaks at the Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017. A bill allowing electronic monitoring to assess road tolls won final Senate approval Tuesday after being changed to make it possible for tolling on any road in the state.

1 news Public invited to weigh in on off-leash dog parks in Salt Lake ...

Tribune file photo) Dogs, and dog owners enjoy themselves at the dog park inside Herman Franks Park on 700 E. near 1300 South, Aug. 25, 2016. Salt Lake County is hosting several open houses to gather public feedback on six candidate sites for regional off-leash dog parks.

2 news Court denies appeal for former Utah bus driver convicted of...

The Salt Lake Tribune Former Canyons School District bus driver John Carrell and defense attorney Ron Yengich listen as the prosecution asks for the maximum sentence for Carrell. Carrell, who was convicted by a jury in July of 19 counts of first-degree felony aggravated sexual abuse of a child for molesting two of his young passengers, was sentenced to 15 years to life by Judge L. Douglas Hogan in Third District Court, October 6, 2015 in West Jordan.

5news - If I can find her, I will kill her': Man threatened Sandy...

The Salt Lake Tribune A man in this black pickup rammed an SUV, shown behind the truck, before he exited an... FILE - In this June 6, 2017 file photo, crime scene investigators inspect the scene of a fatal shooting in the Salt Lake City... FILE - This June 7, 2017, file photo, Jodie Ferguson leaves flowers at a small memorial for the victims of a fatal shooting i... The Salt Lake Tribune A man in this black pickup rammed an SUV, shown behind the truck, before he exited and opened fire on the SUV on Sandy's Alta Canyon Drive on Tuesday, June 6, 2017. The Salt Lake Tribune Police officers investigate the scene of a shooting Tuesday, June 6, 2017.

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Located near Interstate 15 and Sandy River Airport, the new $80 million Hale Centre Theatre in Sandy, Utah, was designed by architect Lyle Beecher to restrict outside noise. Twenty Acoustical Smoke Vents manufactured by The Bilco Co., New Haven, Conn., feature an STC- 46 rating.

Parents didna t want their disabled son, cops say. He was found alone on the freeway.

Authorities say Steven Warner Cuff left his disabled adult son on the side of a Utah highway because he and his wife no longer wanted him. Authorities say Steven Warner Cuff left his disabled adult son on the side of a Utah highway because he and his wife no longer wanted him.

Car hits 2 houses in Sandy

Sandy police responded to the homes near 9100 South and Winter Wren Drive around 3 a.m., according to Sandy Police Sgt. Jacob Knight.

6 news FBI offers 10K reward for information on whereabouts of...

The FBI is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest of a man with Utah ties who is suspected of drug trafficking. The man, Noel Romero Herrera, is wanted for his alleged involvement in a drug organization that operated in Montana from approximately 2007 to approximately September 2010.

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