In This Issue - February 2022
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Taylorsville wins region cross country championshipFor the first time in 17 years the Warriors claimed a cross country region title. Read More »
Kearns starts season on track to defend its region title“We will need to play well to beat teams in our region,” Kearns head basketball coach Dan Cosby said before the season. So far they are doing it. Read More »
Running family brings home national honorsTaylorsville’s Lily Jameson was part of the 11 and 12-year-old girls team that brought home a national championship Dec. 11. Read More »
Taylorsville Public Safety Committee hopes to grow the city’s neighborhood watch program in 2022The Taylorsville Public Safety Committee hopes to expand the city’s neighborhood watch program in 2022, after leading community officials on an intense police emergency response training field trip to close out 2021. Read More »
Taylorsville High graduate building her artistic cookie business one icing stroke at a timeA Taylorsville small business owner, and mother of two, appeared on national television recently, displaying her prowess as a cookie baker and decorator. Read More »
Taylorsville day school has been quietly owned and operated by the same family nearly a half centuryThree generations of Taylorsville women have kept World of Wonder Day School quietly up and operating out of the same home for more than 45 years. Read More »
Multi-million-dollar state grant to help fund infrastructure improvements needed for planned apartment complexTaylorsville City has received its largest State grant ever, $2.5 million, to help fund necessary water and sewer capacity projects, to provide necessary infrastructure for a 647-unit apartment complex, to be built southwest of Bangerter Highway and 5400 South. Read More »
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