In This Issue - February 2020
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Snow doesn’t stop WWE wrestling fans from meeting one of their heroes in TaylorsvilleWorld Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) superstar Charlotte Flair braved heavy snow on Feb. 3, to greet her fans at the Cricket Wireless store in Taylorsville. Read More »
Roll in and sink that shot —Wheelin’ Jazz a ‘very unique team’The players on this basketball team are just as able as any player, and they don’t take for granted the opportunity they have to play a game they love. Read More »
Stars enjoying successful seasonThe Stars won the G League showcase in December and pocketed $100,000. The tournament victory concluded a 13-game winning streak, the longest in the league for the season. Read More »
Planning Commission member Wendel working to unseat Dunnigan for his District 39 Utah House seatA busy volunteer, who’s very familiar to Taylorsville elected officials, is now running to unseat a long-term incumbent in the Utah State Legislature. Read More »
Parent/Teacher Home Visit Project connects parents, teachers, studentsTaylorsville Elementary takes on Parent/Teacher Home Visits — with love. Read More »
Eisenhower teacher thinks outside the coaching boxKayla Richmond knew all of her students couldn’t make the basketball team, but she made a place for them anyways. Read More »
‘The Power of Yet’ assists Westbrook students in finding their talentsWestbrook Elementary digs up talent in two amazing ways. Read More »
Pennies for Patients program to teach students at Bennion ElementaryThe Leukemia Lymphoma Society and Bennion Elementary join hands to stop cancer. Read More »
Recorder Cheryl Peacock Cottle leaves ‘big shoes to fill’ as she retires from Taylorsville CityTaylorsville City Recorder Cheryl Peacock Cottle has called it a career after nearly 18 years with the city. Read More »
Performing arts center construction passes midway point; still on time, under budgetConstruction of the new $39 million Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center has passed the midway point, still on time, under budget and with no significant worker injuries. Read More »
FEMA grant funding assisting the Unified Fire Authority in a big wayHundreds of thousands of dollars in federal grant funding will assist the Unified Fire Authority in making some significant changes in 2020, while millions of dollars may follow at the end of this year for a completely different purpose. Read More »
Survey results: Taylorsville residents love the jobs police officers, firefighters, elected officials are doingA recent public opinion survey among Taylorsville residents shows, people love the work their emergency responders and elected officials are doing, but they also want more sit-down restaurants, grocery stores and an indoor swimming pool. Read More »
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