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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
Drug prices separate haves, have-nots

Associated Press photos Bridgett Snelten, at home with her daughter Bella in Sandy, Utah, has diabetes and suffered for nearly a year with medication she and her doctor knew was ineffective because she had changed to a new health insurance provider.

Rising drug prices widen gap between have, have-not patients

In this July 11, 2018, photo Bridgett Snelten holds her medication at her home, in Sandy, Utah. Snelten has diabetes and has had to change health insurance plans three years in a row.

How Does A Red Seat Turn Blue? Utah Race Tests Democrats' Strategy To Take The House

Utah Republican Rep. Mia Love and her Democratic challenger, Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams, shake hands during a debate on Monday, Oct. 15, 2018, in Sandy, Utah Scott G Winterton/AP hide caption Utah Republican Rep. Mia Love and her Democratic challenger, Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams, shake hands during a debate on Monday, Oct. 15, 2018, in Sandy, Utah In his very first answer in the recent debate between the candidates for Utah's 4th Congressional District, Ben McAdams launched into a political origin story about his first encounter with burdensome government regulations. The mayor of Salt Lake County told the audience about how he worked four jobs one summer during college to earn some extra income.

Elizabeth Smart Fast Facts

According to books and news stories, immediately after her abduction, Smart was kept at a campsite a few miles from her home. She was sometimes tethered to a tree or hidden in a hole.

Virgin Islands GOP reports spending big to help Mia Love - but it's a scam, according to her campaign

High on the list of groups making outside "independent expenditures" to help re-elect Rep. Mia Love, R-Utah, is something unusual: the Virgin Islands Republican Party reports spending $204,000 to support her this election cycle. "It's a scam," says Dave Hansen, Love's campaign manager, an assessment shared by watchdog groups and reporting by some newspapers nationally.

Utah House, Senate GOP support medical marijuana bill; detractors say it won't happen

House and Senate Republicans appear to be on board with a proposed compromise bill for dispensing medical marijuana in Utah regardless of whether the ballot initiative passes next month. But those who support Proposition 2 say lawmakers are putting on a show and patients would never get medical cannabis under the proposal.

Utah ends fiscal year $158 million in the black, leaders say

State leaders announced Wednesday Utah will close out fiscal 2018 with a budget surplus of nearly $158 million, according to the Utah Division of Finance. "Balancing the budget and operating according to prudent fiscal policies are top priorities here in Utah," Gov. Gary R. Herbert said in a statement.

Rising drug prices widen gap between have, have-not patients

In this July 11, 2018, photo Bridgett Snelten holds her medication at her home, in Sandy, Utah.

FEC does not back Mia Love's claim that it has determined she did not raise $1 million illegally

But on Tuesday, the FEC said it had no comment on the situation - neither verifying nor denying Love's claim. FEC spokesman Miles Martin told The Salt Lake Tribune that any official position on the matter would come in a letter, which would be posted online.

Jedediah (Jed) D. Woodard

Jedediah D. Woodard, 42, passed away peacefully, after a short battle with cancer, on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018, surrounded by family.

Police: Utah man arrested after chase has history of fleeing police

A man who was sent to prison three years ago after leading police on a high-speed chase, which included driving on the wrong side of the road, has been arrested for doing the same thing, according to police. On Friday, a Salt Lake City police officer attempted to stop Dustin Adam Gunther 25, who was spotted in a stolen car, according to a Salt Lake County Jail report.

2politicsUtah's hottest race - Mia Love vs. Ben McAdams - is all tied ...

Utah's hottest race - Mia Love vs. Ben McAdams - is all tied up, according to the new Tribune-Hinckley Institute poll The Salt Lake Tribune) Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams announces his plans to run against two-term Rep. Mia Love, R-Utah, for the stateA*s 4th Congressional District, Wednesday October 18, 2017. Utah Fourth District Congresswoman Mia Love meets with Salt Lake Tribune's editorial board Tuesday August 30, 2016.

Three officers remained silent after shooting suspects recently....

Three officers remained silent after shooting suspects recently. Their lawyer says police don't trust Salt Lake County's district attorney; DA says their choice can hurt communities.

Weber State football: Josh Davis named to Jerry Rice Award watch list

Weber State freshman running back Josh Davis has been named to the Jerry Rice Award watch list, honoring the top freshman in the nation. Davis is one of 15 players across the nation named to the watch list.

Neighbors have been helping a woman who uses a wheelchair get into bed every night for 10 years

But the 66-year-old is a beloved figure in the neighborhood she's called home for almost four decades. So for the past 10 years, a rotating cast of volunteers have showed up nightly like clockwork, lifting her into bed and tucking her in.

Neighbors have been helping a woman who uses a wheelchair get in bed every night for 10 years

But the 66-year-old is a beloved figure in the neighborhood she's called home for almost four decades. So for the past 10 years, a rotating cast of volunteers have showed up nightly like clockwork, lifting her into bed and tucking her in.

Downed power lines force closure of I-15 in Sandy

All southbound lanes of I-15 have been shut down near 9000 South while emergency crews work to remove sparking power lines from the roadway. Traffic is being diverted off the freeway at the I-215 South interchange and can return to southbound I-15 at 10600 South, Utah Department of Transportation officials say.

Oktoberfest revelers raise a stein, kick up their heels at Snowbird's annual festival

Hundreds of fans of German food and beer gathered Sunday afternoon at Snowbird ski resort to enjoy the 46th annual Oktoberfest celebration. The festival, which also includes live music, vendor booths, and face painting and other activities for children, continues every Saturday and Sunday until Oct. 21. The Salt Lake Tribune) Mark Hyper plays an Alphorn on the terrace, during the Oktoberfest celebration at Snowbird.

Be pretty, be tough: What girls and boys are hearing from society and why it's a problem

A generation of girls growing up in the shadow of the millennials say they still feel prized chiefly for their looks and often feel unsafe because of their sex. Eight in 10 have one or more friends who've been asked by a boy for a sexy or naked picture.

Utah business executive running pro-gun control TV commercials

Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the Parkland, Florida, school where 17 people were shot dead in February, and other March for Our Lives panel members speak during a town hall at the Mountain America Expo Center Saturday, July 14, 2018, in Sandy, Utah. SALT LAKE CITY - "I'm afraid at school, afraid I'll be next," a young woman says in a new TV commercial, before calling on Utah voters to elect new members of Congress willing to take action on gun control.

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