In This Issue - April 2022
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Bennion Junior High wrestles at district finalsBennion Junior High School wrestlers have had success this season on the mat. Read More »
A work party, ‘Movies on the Plaza’ and a first-of-its-kind triathlon all coming to Taylorsville soonThe Taylorsville Parks & Recreation Committee has all kinds of activities planned for the next few months, including a planting party at Labrum Park, “Movies on the Plaza” outside city hall and a triathlon unlike any you’ve ever heard of before. Read More »
Taylorsville City employee summits Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro and braves an African safariTaylorsville City employee Karyn Kerdolff and her husband recently summitted one of the tallest mountains in the world – and viewed animals they’d previously only seen at the zoo – during a “dream vacation” to Africa. Read More »
Five Taylorsville Boy Scouts honored simultaneously during a unique Eagle Court of HonorTaylorsville BSA Troop 117 recently held its first-ever five-scout Eagle Court of Honor. Normally Scouts are honored individually for achieving their top rank advancement. But this quintet chose to make a little Troop history, instead. Read More »
Utah House race: District boundaries change, but the opponents remain the same – Wendel vs. DunniganTaylorsville Planning Commission Vice Chair Lynette Wendel has decided to try, try again to unseat veteran Utah House Republican Jim Dunnigan in this fall’s election. Two years ago, the Democrat Wendel lost to the 18-year incumbent by 84 votes. This time around, the House District has been reconfigured, meaning each of them will be working to earn the support of a large, new pool of mostly West Jordan voters. Read More »
Community Advisory Board to review Taylorsville police officer uses of force and high-speed chasesTaylorsville Police officers who fire their weapons, deploy a taser, use pepper spray or conduct a high-speed chase of a suspect will soon have their actions reviewed by the five-member, mayor-appointed Taylorsville Community Advisory Board. Read More »
West Lake STEM Junior High School rebuilds after earthquakeSchool rebuilds and connects community. Read More »
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