In This Issue - November 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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Lifting to overcome and setting records along the waySixteen-year-old Xaden Hampton has overcome several obstacles in his life but has found powerlifting as a way to accomplish his goals. Read More »
Junior Golf Wins Team Championship and Teaches Young GolfersJunior golfers have completed a successful summer golf season that included a team golf championship in Scottsdale, Arizona Read More »
ChamberWest hosts elected and business leaders on a junket to our nation’s capitalTaylorsville Mayor Kristie Overson and 27 other Utahns recently visited Washington D.C. to speak with lawmakers, on a tour hosted by ChamberWest. Read More »
Taylorsville Youth Council members get sworn in and immediately spring into actionAfter facing many challenges and a shortened list of activities due to coronavirus last year, Taylorsville Youth Council members are hoping for a “bounce back” year between now and June. Read More »
Mayor and city council members, current and past, unveil Centennial Plaza outside city hallTaylorsville City officially unveiled its $3-million Centennial Plaza with an early evening ribbon cutting ceremony, October 15, which drew current and former elected officials to see the transformation of the land south of city hall. Read More »
Taylorsville Bennion Heritage Center seeking National Register of Historic Places designationAs the list of structural problems grows at the 115-year-old Taylorsville Bennion Heritage Center, application paperwork is being completed to secure a position on the National Register of Historic Places, which would open the door to more grant funding for repairs. Read More »
Kids shop for clothes, school supplies thanks to foundation, companiesEach child had $200 to spend on school clothes or supplies of their choosing. The students, who were chosen by social workers with the Granite School District, shopped at the West Valley Kohl’s, which closed their store to the general public for the morning and afternoon. Read More »
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