In This Issue - December 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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Jaguars basketball tips off with a new head coachThe Jaguars have dedicated this season to their former coach, Mason Sawyer, and his family. Read More »
Big eSports online tournament held for local studentsUtah has been at the forefront of eSports competitions for middle and high school students. Read More »
The Stars are back at Bruin ArenaThe Salt Lake City Stars have taken the court to begin their season. The potentially future full-time NBA players are making the most of the opportunity they get. Read More »
Kearns starts season with 5-0 recordKearns boys basketball coach Dan Cosby lost one of the team’s best players to injury before this season began, but they are set to defend their Region 2 title. Read More »
Just like the city itself, Taylorsville BSA Troop 1996 is marking its 25th year in 2021The Boy Scout Troop and Cub Scout Pack, sponsored by St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church in Taylorsville, recently celebrated their 25th year. Read More »
Women from five Utah counties turn to Aimee Winder Newton for political insightAs the American political landscape continues to get more and more vitriolic, homegrown Taylorsville politician Aimee Winder Newton says her skin has gotten thicker. And she still wants other women to join her in the world of elected leadership. Read More »
International rare disease support organization honors Taylorsville motherA Taylorsville mother of five was recently honored by an international support group. But it’s a faint silver lining, because her association with the group is due to her youngest daughter’s exceptionally rare, debilitating disease. Read More »
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