Sandy Actor’s Theatre reopens with ‘Dead to the Last Drop’

Vinny WhiteStaff Writer Some may know Sandy Actor’s Theatre (SAT) as the corner you drive by on your way to Ace Hardware, but others, the people who dare venture into the small 98-seat theatre will know that it is a cost effective, non-profit center of acting that provides leagues of entertainment and fun. The SandyContinue reading “Sandy Actor’s Theatre reopens with ‘Dead to the Last Drop’”

Red Shed reopens with expanded menu

Ty TildenStaff Writer After a long-awaited kitchen remodel, the Red Shed Public House reopened in early September with a new expanded menu. While specializing in barbecue dishes, Red Shed has diversified its menu and provides a competitive range of items.  When approaching the downtown Sandy location, one finds a modest exterior boasting a large patioContinue reading “Red Shed reopens with expanded menu”

Club puts in long hours to create Pio TV

Henry SchuttStaff Writer Editor’s Note: Live streaming of events by Pio TV has been discontinued since the writing of this article. The light beats down upon them as sweat rolls down their bodies. The fans are cheering and a ball flies through the air. The clock is ticking and the pressure is on, but thatContinue reading “Club puts in long hours to create Pio TV”

Operating food cart takes long hours

Jacob OeckStaff Writer Looking for fine dining?  The epitome of good food?  Look no farther than the humble food cart, a staple in Sandy and yes, the food is delicious.  But how did the food get here, you ask in between bites.  What all goes into owning and running a food cart? “Google it,” laughedContinue reading “Operating food cart takes long hours”

Discord finds chat market niche

Vinny WhiteStaff Writer Chatting services are a growing market. Ask anyone at the school and they probably consistently use one or even multiple services. Snapchat, iMessage, Instagram, and so many others are downloaded on the phones of the students in this school. But now, if you delve deep into the crevices of the app store,Continue reading “Discord finds chat market niche”

Online shopping addictions worsen during pandemic

Emmily McKinzie A&E Editor  Being able to have access to online shopping is helpful for many people. Some use it to get their groceries delivered to their home or to buy some new clothes to add to their closest. However, because of being stuck at home, the access to online shopping may become an addiction forContinue reading “Online shopping addictions worsen during pandemic”

Card game explores relationships

Vanessa LemkeStaff Writer We’re Not Really Strangers is a relationship creating, strengthening, and deepening card game. It’s for any type of relationship, friends, family, significant others, your relationship with yourself, you name it. With various decks of different themed cards and questions, WNRS allows you to dive deeper into your relationships.  “When I played theContinue reading “Card game explores relationships”

Teachers navigate holiday disasters

Emmily McKinzie A&E Editor  Some of our well-known Christmas disaster movies are what make the holidays fun and full of all sorts of adventures. Fan favorites such as “Home Alone” and “A Christmas Story” show some comedic and holiday disaster stories. Teachers at SHS have a few holiday disasters of their own, nothing extreme like theContinue reading “Teachers navigate holiday disasters”

Library offers online activities

Vanessa LemkeStaff Writer Even with the Sandy Public Library being temporarily closed due to Covid-19, the library still has an abundance of thoughtful and fun activities for kids, teens, and adults. These programs range from fun activities to volunteer work and even to anti-racism programs. The Library has a volunteer program called “Craft for aContinue reading “Library offers online activities”