As we ring in the New Year we take one more look back at 2015.
We’ve had stories that made us laugh, stories that have touched our hearts and stories that have made us want to be better this year. Before heading into 2016, we take one last look at the top visited stories on UtahValley360 in 2015.
We have a lot of cool kids in Utah Valley and apparently James Clarke is the coolest of our coolest entrepreneurs as his story had the most hits and makes our top 10 list.
For the first year ever, Utah Valley BusinessQ named six categories of top businesses in Utah Valley.
Our mommy column, “Because I said so,” fed us some medicine that wasn’t so hard to swallow in helping moms be happier.
Highland resident Stephanie Mabey told us how it felt to hear here song become famous through another singer, David Archuleta, in the documentary “Meet the Mormons.”
Fashion blogger Rachel Parcell was our Utah Valley Magazine cover girl for our holiday issue in 2015.
Before the new Lehi high school finalized its name, the finalists grabbed Utah Valley’s attention. In April 2015, the name school was officially named Skyridge High School Falcons with the colors of burnt orange and steel gray. The school will open in fall 2016.
4. “A Change of Space: Through 36 years and 8 redesigns, the NICU at UVRMC has kept families at the heart of the practice“
In our September issue of Utah Valley Magazine, we talked to Dr. Stephen Minton — who delivered the Gardner Quad Squad — about the changes at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center’s NICU. Look for the Gardner quadruplets on the January 2016 cover of Utah Valley Magazine.
BYUtv’s “Studio C” graced the cover of Utah Valley Magazine in January 2015. The story online came in as our No. 3 most-viewed news story.
When Lone Peak High students got together a week following prom to host another prom for a student with mental illness who couldn’t attend the school’s prom, we knew we had one of the most heartwarming stories of the year.
As part of the Art City Days celebration in June, Springville opened a new park complete with a beach, volleyball nets and open space for games.