In This Issue - September 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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A half century of quality newspaper writing has landed Taylorsville resident Tom Wharton in the Utah Sports Hall of FameVeteran Salt Lake Tribune sports and outdoor writer Tom Wharton – a Taylorsville resident since 2008 – will be inducted later this month into the Utah Sports Hall of Fame. Read More »
THS senior Ian Hernandez has already earned a $10,000 college scholarship, thanks to his award-winning tuxedo made of duct tapeTaylorsville High School Senior Ian Hernandez earned $10,000 toward his college degree in an unusual way earlier this year… by fashioning a prom tuxedo out of duct tape. Read More »
Taylorsville mother/daughter savor their sweet, sensational ‘Summer of Swift’A Taylorsville mother and daughter beat the odds this summer, getting a pair of tickets to attend what is being touted as the most successful concert tour in history. Read More »
Taylorsville football looking for progress as Warriors move to new regionHeading into this season, the Taylorsville football team hadn’t tasted victory in a region game since 2019. Read More »
Community and ‘The Sandlot’ movie dignitaries unveil new multi-million-dollar softball complexSalt Lake County officially opened its new multi-million-dollar, 4-diamond softball complex at Valley Regional Park with a ribbon-cutting last month that drew elected officials, other dignitaries and several cast members of “The Sandlot.” Read More »
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