In This Issue - April 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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Grizzlies head into the final month of the season pushing for playoff positionThe Utah Grizzlies will need a strong finish to secure a place in the ECHL playoffs. Read More »
NASCAR driver comes to Salt Lake with fundraiser rideKyle Petty first rode across the country to attend a NASCAR race in Phoenix. That trip turned into a yearly get-together to raise money for Victory Junction, a summer camp for children in North Carolina. Read More »
Surrogate ‘big brother’ Al Sprouse has employed five sisters a total of well over a centuryWith no children of his own, Al Sprouse, 81, has dedicated his life to coaching football players and employing several sisters at the Taylorsville dry cleaners he has worked at and owned since 1968. Read More »
Unified Fire officials tout a simple practice to save lives: close bedroom doors at nightDuring their quarterly report to the Taylorsville City Council, Unified Fire Authority officials unveiled startling safety information about the strength and heat-resistant qualities of something we all have in our homes – bedroom doors. Read More »
Southeast Taylorsville residents relaunch their District 3A Community CouncilPerhaps strong in concept, community councils don’t have much of a record of success in Taylorsville City. But citizens in one area have decided to try, try again. Read More »
Taylorsville PD always searching for more school crossing guardsTaylorsville Police Department screens, hires and supervises a staff of nearly three dozen civilian employee crossing guards who help keep our kids safe outside 11 schools in the city. Read More »
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