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In September 2016, Mimi Darley Dutton wrote an essay for Draper Lifestyle about back-to-school being the "most wonderful time of the year." And though I am more of a summer-time free spirit and don't love the structure of school as much as the next mom, I do agree that the back-to-school busy reminds me greatly of the original "most wonderful…

Cook Orthodontics Customer Appreciation Day

Cook Orthodontics hosted a Customer Appreciation Day at Cowabunga Bay in July. Cook Orthodontics takes care of their patients! 
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This Local Forecast Is Brought To You By…Your Neighbors

The weather has been so weird lately. Heard that before? People are obsessed with weather these days. Not satisfied with the limits of general and often-inaccurate area forecasts, many of us want to know what is happening in our own backyard. Draper’s amateur meteorologists deliver the goods. Here are three locals who broadcast the data from their weather stations on…

Express Yourself

Fun back-to-school looks to copy—without getting in trouble!

Fashion Says

Your style is as unique and free as your spirit. You go through your day with the flow and your clothing and accessories match your easy-going attitude.

Draper City Mayor’s Youth Council

Since the dawn of time people have formed communities so they can interact and feel inclusive with others. Participating and being involved in a community can provide many benefits including inspiration and motivation, lessons learned, contacts, opportunities, and social aspects.

Aunt Dru’s Old Fashioned Banana Bread with a Twist

One of the smells that remind me of my home is my Aunt Dru's banana bread. I make this when I want to bring back memories of my childhood, and I am sure it will for you as well.

A Day at the Spa

I am in the throes of back to school chaos and have a migraine by the time my kids and I have crossed the last item off our back to school shopping list. It’s probably due to the brain energy required to figure out the complicated problem of how to split glue stick packs up in the fairest way for…

All The World’s a Stage

For most Draper students, going back to school means a return to homework, tests, and long days in the classroom. Some may be excited to see old friends and classmates, while others dread the end of relaxing summer days. But some students at Corner Canyon High School look forward to something entirely different: the opportunity to get back on stage…