Monsters in the Great Salt Lake

Is it possible for a lake that covers approximately 1,700 square miles and has a maximum depth of 33 feet to harbor a monster or two? The Great Salt Lake with its haunting desert landscape and brine shrimp has encouraged a barrage of myths, legends, and mysteries for hundreds of years. Stepping back in time to July 13, 1877, the Salt Lake Herald newspaper printed … Continue reading Monsters in the Great Salt Lake

The History of Halloween

Voices calling out in the night air saying, “Trick or Treat … Trick or Treat” Children and their parents race from house to house Friends and neighbors meet along the street Dressed as characters they like in their season of life Some are homemade, some store bought Bags open and ready to capture FREE candy What a bounty! Hope it’s warm enough not to need … Continue reading The History of Halloween

2018 Photo Contest Winners

What an amazing photo contest! We had 121 entries with over 4000 votes cast. It was so much fun to watch, as many of you worked hard to get your friends and family to vote on your photos. The quality and beauty of your photographs were amazing. The hardest part was picking the editors choice winner. Thank you for participating! A BIG thank you to … Continue reading 2018 Photo Contest Winners

Family Fun Events

October 6, 13, and 19 Fielding Garr Ranch Ghost Investigations Is Fielding Garr still at his ranch? Find out during our ghost investigations at Fielding Garr Ranch October 6, 13, and 19! Program begins at 8:30 PM.For information, contact October 13 Antelope Island – Public Star Party Join Ogden Astronomical Society for a public star party beginning at 5:00 PM in White Rock Bay. … Continue reading Family Fun Events

October Calendar of Events

Senior Events Bus Trip Monday, October 8th (Leaves at 10 a.m.) Fall Scenic Drive/Lunch at The Greenery Restaurant $2/per person with lunch on your own (Payment due at time of reservation) MONTHLY MOVIE Wednesday, October 10th @ 1 p.m. (TBA) FREE ~ Please RSVP THINK TUESDAY Tuesday, October 16th @ 10 a.m. (MEXICAN TRAIN) FREE ~ Please RSVP LUNCH & BINGO Wednesday, October 31st @ … Continue reading October Calendar of Events

A Letter from the principal

  Syracuse High School Community, It is my pleasure to welcome you to the 2018-19 school year and to an amazing year at Syracuse High School. I am thrilled to be serving as the Principal of Syracuse High School. My hopes for this school year are to help all students surpass their potential as learners, excel in social development, grow a healthy self-confidence, and foster … Continue reading A Letter from the principal

Skating into the Sunset

Don’t believe everything you hear about skate parks. A skate park doesn’t always have the best reputation. If you look at any representation in the media, you can see that both the kids and the park are represented by kids who are disrespectful and unkind. The Syracuse Skate Park is different, allowing kids – good kids– to gather together and hone their skills. Councilman Dave … Continue reading Skating into the Sunset

Embarrasing Moment: A beached whale with striped legs

Part I.  The Tan Early in our marriage, Ryan worked for Cutco Cutlery as a sales person and manager. We love that product. Ryan was an amazing sales person for them and we were rewarded with some really cool trips (Rome, Italy – Barcelona, Spain – Honolulu, Hawaii). In March of 2003 we went on the Hawaii trip while I was five months pregnant with … Continue reading Embarrasing Moment: A beached whale with striped legs