In This Issue - August 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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Beckstead takes over storied Warriors baseball programTaylorsville hired Jentry Beckstead as their new baseball coach. Read More »
Kearns takes the field to defend its region titleKearns head coach Matt Rickards says his team’s No. 1 goal is to defend its region championship. Read More »
Family Support Center’s LifeStart Village continues to lend a helping handThe single-parent LifeStart Village in Midvale, operated by the Taylorsville-based Family Support Center, now has its shortest wait list for new move-ins, in years. Read More »
Backpacks for refugees spark excitement for group of girls and their leadersBackpacks are filled with school supplies as part of the Utah Refugee Connection project offered each year before the new school year. Read More »
Coronavirus pushes the first Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center shows into 2021Taylorsville elected officials and various community leaders took their first steps into the new Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center recently during the city’s second annual Summer Summit. Read More »
City council votes unanimously to leave the Unified Police Department in 11 monthsCompletely satisfied with their officers on the street—but not with escalating costs and lack of policy making clout—the Taylorsville City Council has notified Unified Police Department administrators they plan to stop contracting with the agency on June 30, 2021. Read More »
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