For many, autumn is their favorite time of the year and for good reason!
It’s harvest time, with a cornucopia of fruits and vegetables available at our farmers markets. Our apple crops promise a refreshing cup of apple cider, straight from the... (Read More)
Harvest time is here, and if you’re an avid follower of Utah’s farm stands and farmers markets, you’re probably noticing an autumn favorite showing up in abundance.
Pumpkins are back!
And with them comes a wide array of family... (Read More)
Look closely at the picture and tell us what you see.
And while you’re trying to figure out the breed – it’s Shiba Inu, by the way – we’ll tell you what it looks like to us. This is a household where even the dog is conserving... (Read More)
Have you made plans for Labor Day yet?
Cross “heading to the Granger-Hunter Improvement District office to pay my water bill” off your list. Like most of our fellow Utahns, we’re taking Sept. 4 off, though you can still pay... (Read More)
August was National Water Quality Month and if you’re like most of us, it probably wasn't the most exciting thing happening to you last month, what with summer plans wrapping up and kids heading off to start a new year of school.
Here at... (Read More)
There’s nothing like August’s National Water Quality Month to make you appreciate what we have on tap right here in the Granger-Hunter Improvement District.
Most of us don’t give a second thought as we turn on the kitchen faucet for a drink... (Read More)
If you haven’t seen our new Water Quality Report yet, you’ll want to give it a quick read.
In short, we can tell you that Granger-Hunter Improvement District is looking good, meeting and exceeding state and national standards. But you might... (Read More)
With temperatures headed into triple-digits, many of us are gathering the family and heading for the beach.
Across the country, eight out of 10 Americans are expected to splash down this summer, according to the American Red Cross. And whether... (Read More)
Did you know that cholera and typhoid, resulting from poor sanitation and disposal of human waste, killed more soldiers in the Civil War than hostile actions? That comes right from the American Public Works’ publications, looking at the history of... (Read More)