Pamala Sutton Bindrup has lived in Utah since she was 5 years old—first in Washington Terrace and then Mountain Green. She and her three sisters were raised in the Terrace. Her father was a linotype operator for the Standard-Examiner. She remembers when she was a child going down to the newspaper office, and he would run a slug with her name on it which could be printed with ink. When computers replaced linotypes, her father retired. She said that the keyboard for the linotype was totally different than a computer keyboard. Her mother managed S & H Green Stamps, which was on Harrison Blvd.