In This Issue - May 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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The Cougars have returned home this season with a causeKearns is finally able to play home baseball games this year. Their grass fungus has been cleared up and they are making the most of it. Read More »
Athletic trainers have an important place at the schoolTrainers sit in the background of high school sporting events, but what services do they provide? Read More »
Don’t get left out, volleyball is now inVolleyball players from local high schools play at neighboring schools because they don’t have a formal team. Read More »
A decade of perfect grades has THS graduate Aija Moore dreaming of serving on the U.S. Supreme CourtFour years ago, Aija Moore graduated from Taylorsville High School with a perfect 4.0 GPA. Now this month, she’s doing the same – after earning three different degrees – at the University of Utah. Read More »
‘CODA’ is more than an Oscar winning movie at Sanderson Community Center, it’s part of lifeThe Sanderson Community Center of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is marking its 30th year of operation at its Taylorsville campus, southeast of Walmart. The Academy Award winning motion picture “CODA” is now shining a brightened spotlight on the hearing-challenged community. Read More »
Taylorsville Mayor Overson named ChamberWest Hall of FamerTaylorsville elected officials and business owners were honored at this spring’s annual ChamberWest Gala, headlined by Mayor Kristie Overson’s induction into the organization’s Hall of Fame. Read More »
City Councilman Cochran and wife tour Atlanta & attend day one of the Masters Tournament in AugustaTaylorsville City Councilman Curt Cochran and his wife Wendy attended day one of the 86th edition of the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia last month. And before their day on the pristine course, the councilman picked up a few dos and don’ts for managing big events and maintaining a city’s vibrancy as they toured Atlanta. Read More »
Taylorsville resident Preston Marshall wins high honors at the state science fairEleven-year-old Preston Marshall takes home a third-place prize at the state science fair for his project, Grow a Better Garden with Less Water in a Drought. Read More »
KHS PACE program starts ninth-graders on the path to successA generous donation allowed Kearns High School to join the SLCC PACE scholarship program. Read More »
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