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About: sandy, utah

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
Letter: What a surprise

What a surprise that when they looked for sites for a homeless shelter in the county, that they settled on West Valley City and South Salt Lake. I knew it would never go in Holladay, Cottonwood Heights or Sandy.

Utah housing shortage headed from bad to worse

For the first time in 40 years, the increase in households in Utah exceeds the number of new housing units, according to a recent study by James Wood of the University of Utah and a director for the Salt Lake Home Builders Association. Framers from Dave Miller Construction raise a wall on a house as they work on houses in the South Jordan area on Thursday, March 16, 2017.

Hackers' delight: Businesses put selves at risk for invasion

In this Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017, photo, Randell Heath poses next to a laptop displaying his company's website, in Sandy, Utah. Heath's sandblasting company, near Salt Lake City, had its website hacked and turned into a store selling Viagra and Cialis.

In our opinion: Utah Compromise represents the best of what can...

Gov. Gary Herbert holds up a copy of SB 296 after signing it at the Capitol in Salt Lake City, Utah, on Thursday, March 12, 2015. Applauding is Lt.

Almanac for Sunday, March 12, 2017

The moon is full. Morning stars are Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune and Venus. Evening stars are Mercury, Venus, Uranus and Mars.

It was a kinder, gentler legislative session for education in Utah

No one sang kumbaya, but the general consensus among the state's education leaders was that public and higher education were treated well during the Utah Legislature's 2017 general session. In House debate on a bill on special education the final day of the session Thursday, Rep. Eric Hutchings, R-Kearns, noted widespread support for many major education initiatives this year.

Legislature Live: Senate leaders list session wins, disappointments in media briefing

It's the final day of the Legislature, the last chance for bills to pass through the gauntlet of lawmakers and be sent to the governor - or die on the floor. Salt Lake Tribune reporters Lee Davidson, Benjamin Wood and others will be bringing you the latest updates from the Hill all day.

Faith-based groups lead the way in helping the homeless, study shows

The Salt Lake Tribune) Stephanie and Javier Tinajero and their two children, Jessica, 11, and Jak, 9, eat dinner with volunteers at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Sandy, Utah, Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017. Many area churches are involved with Family Promise in which various churches house up to homeless families at their meetinghouses for a week.

Light Filled Tiny Home Built as Rental Property

With the rise in popularity of sites such as AirBNB, more and more people are looking for clever ways to rent out a part of their properties to make some extra cash. Sarah and Patrick Romero of Sandy, Utah, came up with a great way of doing just that.

Complaints accuse Utah lawmaker of bullying, berating school officials in front of students

Sen. Howard Stephenson, R-Draper, right, speaks to members of the House Democrats caucus meeting at the State Capitol in Salt Lake City Thursday February 2, 2017. Sen. Howard Stephenson, R-Draper, right, speaks to members of the House Democrats caucus meeting at the State Capitol in Salt Lake City Thursday February 2, 2017.

BYU tennis: Cullimore, Bourgeois, Pearce garner WCC weekly honors

BYU swept the West Coast Conference weekly honors as Keaton Cullimore was named the WCC Singles Player of the Week with Jeremy Bourgeois and Matthew Pearce earning doubles team of the week. Cullimore, a senior, went 2-0 at No.

Committee kills bill to tax counties statewide to support Salt Lake shelters

One of a series of bills targeting the state's homelessness crisis failed in a House committee Monday on a tie 4-4 vote after members feared it would lead to county tax hikes that sidestepped the public process. Rep. Steve Eliason, R-Sandy, envisioned his HB452 as a $3 million-per-year complement to state funding for three new homeless shelters and revamped services in Salt Lake City and County.

Father, 2 young children killed in Utah plane crash

A father and his two young children were killed in a plane crash in rural southern Utah over the weekend. Randy Wells, of Sandy, Utah, and his two children, Asher, 8, and Sarah, 3, died in a plane crash on Feb. 25, 2017.

Group organizes protest of plan to pave trail in Dimple Dell Park

Salt Lake County residents upset about a plan to pave a popular trail gathered Saturday morning to raise awareness of the issue. They say the trail pavement project planned for Dimple Dell Park threatens the serenity of a place they hold dear.

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