In This Issue - March 2022
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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Young Warriors swim team traverse choppy seasonWarriors head swim coach loves her team, she went so far as to say she would “hand them the keys to my car.” Read More »
Valley Softball Complex reduced to rubble, but memories remain“I broke my toe trying to catch a line drive,” Taylorsville resident Greg Roberts said. Memories of games at the facility are very numerous. Read More »
Taylorsville woman heard Tonga volcano eruption while speaking with frightened relatives on the phoneIvoni Nash of Taylorsville was on the phone with relatives in Tonga when the Jan. 15 volcano eruption rocked her South Pacific homeland. Now Nash and her employer—the Murray-based National Tongan American Society—is working to assist the ravaged country. Read More »
Taylorsville Youth Council roaring back a year after coronavirus effectively shut them downFollowing a frustrating year spent dodging COVID-19—and watching most of their “normal” activities get cancelled—the Taylorsville Youth Council is back up and running at full speed this year. And during the holiday season, one member headed up a very successful clothing drive. Read More »
Former Taylorsville resident Ally Isom working to unseat Mike Lee in the U.S. SenateAfter a childhood spent moving all over the western United States with her family, Ally Isom settled into Taylorsville for more than a decade. Now she’s working to defeat U.S. Sen. Mike Lee in the Utah Republican primary election, to take his post in Washington D.C. Read More »
County spending millions in Taylorsville, constructing grandstands and launch rampsThe Salt Lake County Parks & Recreation Department is spending millions of dollars in Taylorsville this spring, replacing a softball grandstand complex and installing a canoe launch ramp into the Jordan River, at Millrace Park. Read More »
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