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  • Teacher Feature

    Jen Lightfoot, Viewmont Elementary

    The following was submitted by Emily Chandler. “This year my child was diagnosed with Rheumatic fever in early September. Rheumatic fever is a rare disorder and a noncontagious acute fever marked by inflammation and pain in the joints. It chiefly affects young people and is caused by a streptococcal infection. Rheumatic fever will go after […]
  • Utah Gives Back

    Select 25

    Can you think of an organization or person that inspires you? Most likely, they have qualities you aim to possess or are passionate about something that excites you. All across Utah, there are organizations who are helping those in need and making our state a better place. SelectHealth seeks out incredible causes that support our […]
  • Teacher Feature

    Shanalee Sadler, Alta High School

    The following was submitted by Shana Davis. Shanalee Sadler is a special education teacher at Alta High School. She has been my son’s teacher for the past 3 and a half years. My son has autism and is a senior at Alta High School. Mrs. Sadler has gone to great lengths to teach my son […]
  • Utah Gives Back

    The Goal Foundation

    Have you ever thought about running the Ogden Marathon? That’s 26.2 miles of beautiful scenery, a great workout, and bragging rights after the race. The Goal Foundation wants to help you get there because they believe in producing unparalleled athletic events and strive to engage community and local businesses to bring a sense of pride […]
  • Teacher Feature

    Alice Erickson, Willow Canyon Elementary

    The following was submitted by Amourette Bradley. “Have you ever had a teacher that stood above the rest? What if thirty years later, your child shared that same teacher? And what if he or she proved not only as extraordinary as you remembered, but even more so? Alice Erickson is that most extraordinary teacher. Many […]
  • Utah Gives Back

    Safe Kids Utah

    May 6, 2019 Almost 1 million children around the globe die each year due to preventable injuries. These numbers are unacceptable and Safe Kids Worldwide is doing something about it. Through their extensive network of local coalitions and partners, they help communities keep their children safe.
  • Teacher Feature

    Alex Barlow, North Sampete High School

    The following was submitted by Jamie Navarrete. “North Sanpete High School incorporates 9th to 12th grade students from all the towns in the northern half of Sanpete County. This is a widespread community of mostly low income working class families. The school doesn’t have much money so many of the teachers have several roles. Alex […]
  • Contests

    KSL Contest Rules

    General Contest Rules NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY TO PARTICIPATE A PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING Rules Generally. Except to the extent set forth in the specific rules for a particular contest, these general contest rules will apply to all contests conducted by KSL (the “Station”). To the […]
  • Teacher Feature

    Timothy McNeil, Corner Canyon High School

    The following was submitted by Kristin Carter. “I want to send this application in for a teacher at Corner Canyon High School . Mr McNeil is an art, wood working teacher at Corner Canyon High School. Mr McNeil is a teacher that goes beyond helping his students. He fosters hard work, creativity, independence, confidence, and […]
  • Utah Gives Back

    Community Gardens

    Did you know gardening can reduce your risk for Dementia? That’s not the only thing gardening is good for either. It’s a great way to enjoy fresh air, get active, and boost your mood. Gardening can be enjoyed by all, whether you’re 8 or 80, it’s a great hobby anyone can add to their routine. […]