Friday, September 24, 2021

Ali Ibanez - A Paralympian Medalist with Murray roots


We had a great privilege of attending the ceremony at Murray Park today to recognize Ali Ibanez, the Bronze Medalist at the 2020 Paralympic Games. Ali earned her medal in Wheelchair Basketball with the USA Paralympic Team.

Ali was born in Murray and attended Cottonwood High. This year, she will be a senior at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign studying Graphic Design.

Ali spoke about how tough and competitive the Paralympic games are. She mentioned that people sometimes have the misconception that they are not serious and are just a participatory sport. I think Ali is a great ambassador for the Paralympic Games and Murray should be thrilled to share a small part of her story.  

We are proud of you and the entire USA Paralympic Team! Go Ali! We hope to see you in the 2024 Games!

Pam Cotter

Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Robo Calls and Texts - NOT From Me

I just had a political robo-call and have received some robo-text messages.

I want everyone to know that you will not be getting any robo-calls or text messages from me.  I find them annoying, impersonal and downright offensive.

I would much rather meet everyone in person and we are trying to do that by canvassing the area (there are 2500 - 3000 homes, condos, town homes and apartments in this district).  In case you weren't home when we stopped by we are leaving my one and only door hanger with you.  As I've said before, I'm not going to bombard you with dozens of mailers that will just go to the landfill.  

I would much rather talk with you one-on-one by: 

Email -

Phone or Text - 801-541-8364

If you have a question or concern or would like to discuss any issue, please feel free to use any of these methods. I'm open to setting up in-person meetings, too.  Just contact me and we'll find a time that works for both of us.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Pam Cotter

Election Results are In - Website will be going down

Thank you to all those who supported me in this election.  Now that the results are certified, I can breathe a sigh of relief. I want everyo...