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May
2018

40 Utah soldiers leave for Middle East deployment

BLUFFDALE, Utah — Forty Utah soldiers deployed Thursday morning from the National Guard Readiness Center in Bluffdale. The soldiers are special forces and are part of the Bravo Company 1st Battalion, 19th Special Forces Group. They will be helping train the local forces in the USCENTCOM region, which is in the Middle East. While most […]

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28

Apr
2018

Shirley Anderson’s Obituary on The Salt Lake Tribune

Shirley Anderson Home for Christmas Shirley May Gilstrap Anderson of Bluffdale passed away Christmas Eve, December 24, 2007, in Murray, Utah. She was born April 30, 1924 at Bird Woods Ranch in Custer County, Nebraska to John Kelso Gilstrap and Helen Gertrude Mason. The family moved to Colorado where her siblings John, Richard, and Lucylle […]

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Apr
2018

Churches face obstacles under high Utah real estate costs

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Churches looking to expand are struggling to find affordable land under Utah’s high real estate prices. Saints Peter and Paul Orthodox Christian Church in Salt Lake City is among the congregations facing obstacles caused by the high cost of land, The Salt Lake Tribune reported last week. The parish has […]

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06

Apr
2018

Magnitude 3.2 earthquake reported near Bluffdale

BLUFFDALE, Utah — The United States Geological Survey reported a magnitude 3.2 earthquake near Bluffdale Friday morning. According to USGS, the earthquake happened at 8:45, approximately 6.4 kilometers southwest of Bluffdale and at a depth of 10.1 kilometers. FOX 13 viewers in southern Salt Lake County and several cities in Utah County reported they felt […]

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Apr
2018

Phase 1 of regional park opens in Bluffdale

SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah — In 2012, Salt Lake County voters authorized a $47 million park bond. Now with land purchased from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with funds from the 2006 open space bond, the first of three regional parks has opened. Phase 1 of the new Wardle Fields Regional Park […]

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27

Mar
2018

Utah baby dies from head injury in Arizona boating accident

(Source: 3TV/CBS 5 file photo) NAVAJO CANYON, Ariz. (AP) — Authorities say a Utah child has died from a head injury after a boating accident near Navajo Canyon. Glen Canyon National Recreation Area officials say the accident occurred Sunday evening when a houseboat was trying to dock on a beach about 12 miles from Antelope […]

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Mar
2018

Strange green foam bubbles out of storm drain, alarming residents

BLUFFDALE, Utah — A strange green foam bubbling out of a sewer may seem like a scene out of “Ghostbusters,” but it really happened Thursday in the Utah city of Bluffdale. “So we got a report that there was a green foam bubbling up out of a storm drain here in Bluffdale, we sent some […]

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26

Feb
2018

Strange green foam bubbles out of storm drain, alarming residents

BLUFFDALE, Utah — A strange green foam bubbling out of a sewer may seem like a scene out of “Ghostbusters,” but it really happened Thursday in the Utah city of Bluffdale. “So we got a report that there was a green foam bubbling up out of a storm drain here in Bluffdale, we sent some […]

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16

Feb
2018

Margaret LaRaine Anderson Jeppesen

September 7, 1933 ~ March 18, 2017 CORINNE – Wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, LaRaine Jeppesen passed away Saturday, March 18, 2017, in her home, surrounded by her family. LaRaine was born September 7, 1933, to Everett Carl Anderson and Margaret Hatch Anderson, and was the oldest of five children. She grew up working on […]

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29

Dec
2017

All About The State Of Real Estate In Bluffdale Utah

If you are searching for information on real estate in Bluffdale, you are probably wondering about the prices of apartments for rent in the area. If not, you may be wondering how much it would cost to buy a house there. No matter what the reason is for your curiosity, you can’t deny that there […]

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