Archive | June, 2014

Chicken Parmesan

This recipe is not only fairly quick to make, but it’s also easy to remember all the needed ingredients off the top of your head. It’s a simple Chicken Parmesan recipe, for those nights when you don’t want to spend a lot of time preparing dinner, but you also don’t want to resort to greasy, […]

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Old Glory DIY

It’s that time of year again! Time to show your patriotism and love for this amazing country that we call our home. Here’s a great DIY project that can be displayed as a reminder, and also a way to show your American pride. If you’re one of those super crafty people, chances are you have […]

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Take a Hike: Middle Fork Waterfall

There is a wide variety of ways to get out and get active. What is important is that you find something that is right for you. Living in the shadows of the Rocky Mountains here in Cache Valley, one of the many activities we have easy access to is hiking. Hiking is great because it […]

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Sisters Saving Lives

Hannah and Alexa Hammonds are Girl Scouts. Not only that, but the two sisters now have one of the highest awards a Girl Scout can earn: the Lifesaving Bronze Cross. This is only the second time in Utah’s 92 years of Girl Scout history that one has received this rare honor. According to the Girl […]

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Video: Sisters Saving Lives

Hannah and Alexa Hammonds are sisters who say they never fight. Due to quick thinking and an act of bravery, the fourteen-year-old girls earned the Lifesaving Bronze Cross from the Girl Scouts of the USA. This is only the second time in 92 years that a girl scout from Utah has achieved this honor. Watch […]

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Five Easy Tricks to Jazz Up Your Water

This post was written by our contributor, Alyssa Craig. For more healthy lifestyle tips, visit her blog at    With water making up the majority of the human body, to say that we need to be well hydrated is an understatement. But an article by the Wall Street Journal showed that 20% of Americans […]

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Cold and Crunchy Dessert

The recipe for Rice Krispies Treats is one known to and loved by many. However, sometimes it’s nice to mix things up. That’s why Cold and Crunchy is a winning treat in our book. It’s a spin-off from your classic Rice Krispies Treats combined with ICE CREAM. How can you go wrong? This is the […]

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A Fun Twist on Twister

We’ve all probably played Twister at some point in our lives. Today we have a fun twist on the classic game, and it’s perfect for girls (and guys too) of all ages. You WILL get messy while playing this version of Twister. Don’t say we didn’t warn you. WHAT YOU’ll NEED: Shaving cream Food coloring […]

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Heart of a Winner

Kenidee Hyde’s senior year didn’t go quite as planned. “I imagined I would be this big athlete and that it would be my peak,” Kenidee said of her senior year. “My junior year was definitely my peak.” The eighteen-year-old excelled in both soccer and track and field her junior year at Preston High. She ended […]

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Video: Heart of a Winner

Eighteen-year-old Kenidee Hyde is a fighter. On June 19, 2013, she was in a serious car accident. This left Kenidee with a long list of challenges to overcome as she went into her senior year at Preston High School. Kenidee remained positive and worked hard enough to come back to play soccer and run track. […]

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