In This Issue - March 2020
The Valley Journals began publishing the South Valley Journal in 1991. 25 years later, there are fourteen community newspapers serving fifteen cities in Salt Lake County. We are each of the community's Only Newspaper and each of the community's largest direct mail publication. No Magazine or Newspaper can deliver you more results in the communities we serve.
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Taylorsville employee Jean Gallegos has spent 24 years in the same job, since a month after the city’s incorporationTaylorsville City Community Development Administrative Assistant Jean Gallegos, 80, has been working for the city since one month after its July 1, 1996 incorporation. She’s now been there longer than anyone else. Read More »
Olympic oval hosts high school track meet“Most people do not realize what we have here,” Hillcrest High track coach Scott Stucki said before the oval hosted an indoor track meet. Read More »
Volunteer victim advocates assist Taylorsville residents during most harrowing moments of their lifeConsoling and assisting people — at possibly the most horrible moment of their lives — may sound like tough duty, but several volunteers are doing it for the Unified Police Department, without earning a cent. Read More »
Calvin Smith Elementary Lego League solving problems, earning trophies, serving the communityAn unusual service group in Taylorsville — the Calvin Smith Elementary School Lego League — is working hard, while having fun, trying to help solve community problems. Read More »
Taylorsville mayor sharing advice with her newly elected counterpart in West JordanWest Jordan Mayor Dirk Burton is brand new to the job and his city is new to the “strong mayor” form of government. To get off to the right start, he’s been seeking input and advice from several Utah mayors, including Kristie Overson in Taylorsville. Read More »
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