In This Issue - November 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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Kearns among area teams that excel at state championship as Utah’s high school unified soccer program growsHigh school unified soccer isn’t just about winning; “it gives them a place to belong and to represent their school.” Read More »
Granite Technical Institute’s student wins national pitch competition; new CEO program ‘lifechanging’In 29 seconds, a Granite Technical Institute student-entrepreneur pitched her product from her company to win the national CEO pitch contest. Read More »
The Kearns High School Class of ‘73 has raised thousands of dollars for some very unique ‘scholarships’As part of its 50th reunion, the Kearns High School Class of 1973 is gathering donations to send one (or, they hope, two) of next year’s graduating KHS seniors on a humanitarian trip to Peru, Colombia, Ecuador or elsewhere. Read More »
Young Scottish or ‘Highland’ dancers place high in their national championship competitionA Highland dance group based in Taylorsville cleaned up at a national competition in Portland, Oregon earlier this year. Read More »
Historic Alrasool Islamic Center receives $250,000 grant – IF an additional $400,000 is raisedThe 129-year-old Alrasool Islamic Center in Taylorsville has just received a $250,000 grant from a national organization to make much-needed repairs to the historic site. But in order to get all the funding, center officials will have to raise an additional $400,000 in matching donations. Read More »
Former Tville resident selected as a Distinguished Leader by Utah BusinessWest Jordan resident Carlos Moreno received the Distinguished Leader Award from Utah Business for his work to bring in-state tuition to refugees and asylum seekers. Read More »
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