Video: A day to celebrate area history

The Sloughhouse Pioneer Cemetery was opened to the public Saturday by the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, caretakers for the 1.5-acre knoll. The public toured the cemetery with descendants of the more than 300 people buried there and remembered the pioneers in a ceremony at Sloughhouse Inn.

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Kathy Turner
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Tour offered again?

Does anyone know if they will offer a tour again? 

PS...I wasn't able to view the video. 

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Another tour

We don't know about another tour, but we'll check.  Also: Sorry if you had a problem with the video.  Give it another try and let us know if you still have a problem.

Kathy Turner
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Thanks for checking.

 Thanks for checking.  I've always seen the cemetery up on the hill and know that there's so much history in the area.  Yes...this time I was able to view the video.....good one btw!