3By Melissa Spelts Spring cleaning is the BEST! It means that warmer days are coming and soon we will be outside in the sun, soaking up that vitamin D. I also love any excuse of getting rid of things in our house. After a long winter of being cooped up inside, our house starts to feel stuffy and overrun. I hope this list helps you … Continue reading 30 Days of Spring Cleaning
Syracuse high School Brynlie Green Brynlie was Syracuse High School (SHS) English Sterling Scholar 2019 and represented SHS in the semi-finals. She is a student writer for the Standard Examiner and serves as a judge for the Syracuse High School writing contest. Brynlie takes initiative and gets results; she is positive, calm, and kind to others. In her spare time Brynlie volunteers at retirement centers … Continue reading Students of the Month
The Syracuse Connection photo contest has now completed. You may View the photos still at the link below. We are stunned at the amazing pictures that everyone entered. Winners will be announced soon. Stay tuned. 2018 Syracuse Photo Contest Continue reading Thank You for Entering
This time of year, we often get phone calls asking if clients should purchase Car Rental insurance or if their insurance already covers the rental. Here is the advice we give them: On the car rental, you only have coverage that extends to your rental car from your current personal auto policy if you have a vehicle (or more) that has Comprehensive and Collision Coverage. … Continue reading Car Rental While on Vacation: Do you need the Insurance?
It started as Founder’s Day many years ago which was run primarily by the Lions Club in Syracuse. During the 60’s and 70’s, the LDS Church started encouraging local Stakes to purchase and maintain “Stake Camps” for the enjoyment of church members. The Syracuse Stake purchased and maintained Camp Woodland in Morgan, UT. At that point Founders Day was changed to Fun Days and started … Continue reading Heritage Days has had an interesting history
These two beloved pets take very good care of their family. Bear came to us shortly after our daughter was stillborn. To say he’s been a blessing to our family is an understatement because he brought us joy during a time when we weren’t capable of feeling it on our own. He’s become a skilled therapy dog and is notorious for seeking out people who … Continue reading Precious Pets – Bear and Toby
Syracuse Parks and Recreation is accepting contributions to have your name engraved in the desert-scape that will be incorporated in the Syracuse ISLAND at Centennial Park. Donation levels are as follows: • Buffalo – $150 • Antelope – $500 • Big Horn – $1,000 • Owl – $5,000 • Eagle – Champion Level Contributor Continue reading Own A Piece of the Island
Sometimes opportunity is born out of trial. Tobin’s Elite is one of those opportunities. Mike Tobin had worked on his skill as a martial artist and a sensei since he was four years old. The studio he had worked for the last 13 years suddenly closed and went out of business, leaving everyone without a place to practice and train. With the support of the … Continue reading Biz Beat – Tobin’s Elite School of Martial Arts
What an amazing group of ladies! I sat in on one of The Syracuse Lady Lions monthly dinner meetings a couple of weeks ago and felt the love they have for the community. One member, Colleen Dahl Thurgood, spoke of a recent day that a young boy from a local elementary school came up to her and said he loves her and gave her a … Continue reading Syracuse Lady Lions
Answer: The City Council rate increase addresses three issues: (1) rate increases from Weber Basin Water Conservancy District, (2) paying for necessary City infrastructure projects, and (3) equitably requiring higher fees from those using more water. Each year, the City is assessed a fee from the District for culinary water. Beginning in 2017, the District began increasing their fees; the increases are scheduled to continue … Continue reading Community Question Corner – Our culinary water rates have increased. Why?