In This Issue - May 2021
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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Utah youth rugby opens chapter in KearnsRugby is growing in popularity around the valley. To help its high school-aged teams Kearns has decided to begin a youth league team. Read More »
Past and current elected officials tour the new Mid-Valley Performing Arts CenterThe new Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center southeast of Taylorsville City Hall is nearing completion and already scheduling its first performances. Read More »
Taylorsville restaurant owner finally back with his wife, young sonAfter nearly seven years apart. Read More »
State Sen. Mayne shows city elected officials the new $4.1 billion SLC airportTaylorsville elected officials recently received an up close and personal look at the new Salt Lake City International Airport, courtesy of State Sen. Karen Mayne. Read More »
Local mountain bike team builds the trails needed to train onMountain biking is gaining popularity with youth in the area and they have asked Salt Lake County for permission to build training trails at Lodestone Park. Read More »
SLCC preps for future earthquakeEarthquake drills help faculty and staff at SLCC prepare for earthquakes along the Wasatch Front. Read More »
Veteran attorney Christopher Bown named new Taylorsville judgeTaylorsville finally has its new judicial court judge, and he hopes to remain in place 25 years or more. Read More »
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