In This Issue - June 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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Track and field teams prepare for the season finaleTrack and field athletes at Kearns and Taylorsville are prepared to end their season at the state track meet. Taylorsville coaches called it the biggest and most successful teams they have had. Read More »
Cornhole competitions moves from the backyard to the big leaguesRun out and get yourself some cornhole boards, you might become a pro someday. Read More »
Tville football players will lend a hand with the thousands of pounds of Cleanup Day refuse coming on June 18Taylorsville High School football players will get an unusual workout one day this summer when they assist the city’s Green Committee with its annual Cleanup Day in the school’s parking lot. Read More »
Local elected officials join hundreds of their counterparts at the Utah League of Cities and Towns conferenceTaylorsville elected officials discussed the drought, population density, inflation, policing, air quality and a host of other issues in St. George earlier this spring, as they attended the Utah League of Cities and Towns 2022 Midyear Conference. Read More »
National Register of Historic Places finally adds its first Taylorsville building to the listTaylorsville is now finally home to its first-ever structure included on the National Register of Historic Places. And a second one is quite likely, possibly before the end of the year. Read More »
Originally from Peru, SLCC mother and daughter team are a scholastic juggernautA Salt Lake Community College faculty member was recently honored by USA Today newspaper, while her oldest daughter was honored by the school itself. Read More »
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