In This Issue - March 2023
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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Chattes had a great season, Kearns drill finished fifth in Region 2“It was a great season,” Chattes coach Charly Northrup said about the Kearns drill team. Read More »
Taylorsville has a youth football program wanting to grow“I feel like our league is the best. I encourage parents to get involved,” Taylorsville Ute Conference member Sharmaine Kawaauhau said. Read More »
Synergy Family Services continues to grow as it serves area families in needOvercoming challenges that would prove too much for many, Mandi Makoni and her Synergy Family Services employees are continuing to improve lives in Taylorsville and Kearns. Read More »
Taylorsville resident advocates for living organ donationTaylorsville resident Kristine Fogarty donated a portion of her liver to save the life of her co-worker and friend. Read More »
Abandoned pets are rapidly becoming a large crisis in our post-pandemic worldDuring the coronavirus pandemic when everyone was stuck at home, animal shelters couldn’t find enough animals to adopt out. But now, three years later, the opposite is true. Read More »
Multi-million-dollar plans to enhance security at Granite District schools were in motion long before shots were fired outside Taylorsville HighLong before the Jan. 26 shooting outside Taylorsville High School, Granite School District officials were putting the wheels in motion to enhance security at their schools. Read More »
While hundreds rung in the Chinese Year of the Rabbit, GSD students participate in dual immersion for over a decadeHundreds of Taylorsville students are becoming fluent in Chinese through the Granite School District’s dual language immersion program. Read More »
Taylorsville DLI schools celebrate Chinese New YearChinese Dual Language Immersion students from Taylorsville schools took part in a celebration of Chinese New Year on Jan. 31. Read More »
Audits hold government accountableOne of my core principles as an elected official is to provide transparency to the public so that you can help hold government accountable. Read More »
All-Star readers meet all-star mascots at Salt Lake County library eventJazz Bear and other mascots celebrate reading at the Viridian Center. Read More »
Know Your Lemons highlights 12 symptoms of breast cancer to educate women and their doctorsWomen have been taught to check for lumps when screening for breast cancer, but what most people don’t know is there are 12 symptoms that could be an indicator of breast cancer. Read More »
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