Cottonwood senior and honor roll student Will Sintyl was invited to attend Harvard’s Congress of Future Medical Leaders.
In comparison to other Class 5A schools who have more than 20 seniors on their rosters, the Colts had just 10. Yet most stuck it out for 2020 and were rewarded for their resilience.
Not wanting to bypass their annual preseason competition, AMES students designed and held a virtual robotics competition for high school teams across the state.
Senior-laden Cottonwood volleyball team bows out at state
In 2020, Cottonwood football turned its program around thanks to its seniors
Simulate your own baseball season with a tabletop game
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Residents asked to ‘define their city’ with input on general plan
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Want to keep Utah's museums open? Visit or donate
Thanksgiving culinary traditions and adaptions in 2020
In This Issue - November 2020
‘The show must go on’—Does it? How? To what extent?
Kids make history with COVID Memory Project
Cottonwood speech, debate students preparing for a season—either online, or in-person
Behind the Journals: a new series from the City Journals
South Salt Lake students learn about activism from Joan Trumpauer Mulholland
Dan's Review: "Ford v Ferrari" is a winner
Dan's Review: "The Lighthouse" a Disturbing Theme with Brilliant Performances
Dan's Review: "Zombieland: Double Tap" keeps the undead fun going
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