In This Issue - August 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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August community champion: Jocelyn De La RosaJocelyn De La Rosa has worked tirelessly to help children and families in our community throughout the pandemic and moving forward. Read More »
Mayor, city council members tour skateboard park that has enjoyed better daysAfter a Taylorsville family singlehandedly convinced the city council to earmark $25,000 for repairs inside the city’s skateboard park, the mom, dad and four kids then led three city council members and Mayor Kristie Overson on a tour of the site, so they could see what needs to be done, firsthand. Read More »
Girl Cub Scouts make Utah history in Taylorsville, with female ‘Boy’ Scouts expected to follow within a yearA Taylorsville Cub Scout Pack and Boy Scout Troop, each sponsored by St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church, are bouncing back from COVID-19 restrictions and incorporating female members for the first time ever. Read More »
Warriors, Cougars set to begin football seasonBoth Taylorsville and Kearns have something to prove this fall on the football field. Kearns fans wonder what might have been last year and the Warriors hope a new coach will improve its success. Read More »
Carriage Square to receive a million-dollar facelift, most of it funded through Uncle Sam’s CDBG walletTaylorsville City has pledged $758,000 in CDBG funds to make improvements to the aged Carriage Square shopping and dining complex, provided business owners pony up some of their own money as well. Read More »
Taylorsville Arts Council members love new arts center, still have questionsThe Taylorsville Arts Council is excited to stage its first shows in the new Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center this winter. But they are also wondering what their costs will be to do it, and whether they will receive dedicated storage space inside the new facility. Read More »
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