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Kelvyn CullimoreFor the love of country: freedom is not free

by Mayor Kelvyn Cullimore, Jr.

     The summer months are a time when celebration of our freedoms is at the forefront.  On Memorial Day we remember not only family members who have passed on, but more particularly those who served in our armed forces.  Flag Day in June allows us to patriotically display the Stars and Stripes as the emblem of freedom.  Independence Day is the pinnacle of patriotic celebration when we remember the birth of our nation and the sacrifices required to establish it.  Shortly thereafter we celebrate Pioneer Day, commemorating the establishment of the State of Utah by early pioneers.  Summer truly is a time to reflect on the special freedoms we enjoy as citizens of the United States of America and the State of Utah.    Read more...


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Amateur radio operators prepare to help others

Amateur radio operator

     On April 17 during the Great Utah ShakeOut, nearly a million people in Utah joined to participate in a large-scale earthquake drill. Here in Cottonwood Heights, a small group of amateur radio operators gathered to participate in the drill as well. Though they usually work behind the scenes, their expertise could make the difference between success and failure in the city’s response to emergencies.



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