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Days Gone By: Remembering Scott’s Drive-In

If you ever went to Granger, Utah, you would definitely have tales of the famous Scott’s Drive-In. It was a landmark for over four decades. The building was unique and the food was wonderful. People from all over would drive … Continue reading

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In our last blog entry, we highlighted the “Remembering Granger, Utah” Christmas tree that was created by a regular researcher at the Salt Lake County Archives. ¬†Sheri Biesinger used images from the County Tax Appraisal Photographs as ornaments to decorate … Continue reading

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Tree of Diversity

A regular researcher at the Salt Lake County Archives and member of the West Valley Historical Society has been invited to share on this blog some of the stories that she has uncovered during her journey in to the history … Continue reading

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