In This Issue - November 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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Stars move to Maverik CenterThe Salt Lake City Stars have moved to the Maverik Center in West Valley City. “The Maverik Center will enhance the game night experience for both our players and fans,” Stars president Jonathan Rinehart said. Read More »
Warriors win region title with perfect scoreWarriors head cross country coach Guy Mackay said his team “run to run and race to race.” Making it fun helped them to another Region title. Read More »
After 35 years behind the counter – and in front of the grill – trailblazing restaurateur calls it a careerA tucked away Taylorsville dining institution is now under new management, after Bell’s 48th Street Deli Owner Phyllis Kim decided to lease her business to a new operator so she can retire and pay a long overdue visit to her native Korea. Read More »
Art show makes a triumphant post-COVID return with 100 pieces displayed in the MVPAC lobbyBack from its coronavirus hiatus, the Taylorsville Arts Council’s annual art show shifted to the fall this year – and into the Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center, for the first time ever. Read More »
Veteran journalist has the number one podcast in the countryTaylorsville resident’s number one podcast “The Letter” is an experience in grief, loss, forgiveness and redemption. Read More »
Vista Park receives a tree makeover at no cost to taxpayersA Utah-based coffee chain – now with nearly 70 locations in four western states – recently joined forces with Salt Lake County and the nonprofit organization TreeUtah to plant 30 new trees in Vista Park. Read More »
Taylorsville Youth Council spearheading holiday wreath project to honor deceased VeteransNewly-selected Taylorsville Youth Council members are working hard to gather donations for a wreath-laying ceremony at Taylorsville Cemetery. And 20% of them (3 of 15) are second-generation “city government people.” Their parents are: a former city councilman… the city administrator… and a current city councilwoman. Read More »
Six TVPD officers selected to join with WVC SWAT team members to create a policing partnershipThe Taylorsville Police Department has selected six of its peace officers to join with an existing 20-person West Valley City police team to create a combined SWAT unit. Read More »
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