With the growth in our community, locating our buildings closer to the people we service makes good financial sense, and makes County government more efficient.
One of the greatest roles of Salt Lake County government is protecting the safety of the public.
If researchers study my genetic make-up, they’ll find a preponderance of genes that create a longing for candy and silence, and a disturbing lack of genes related to interior design and holiday decorating.
In this world of instant gratification it’s become harder than ever to keep overspending at bay.
The West Jordan Jaguars have qualified for the state tournament for the second year in a row. They have a goal to win a playoff game this season.
Jordan Marshall, a recent Copper Hills graduate, is pursuing a mixed martial arts career. His first amateur fight ended in a TKO victory.
A select handful of students at Fox Hollow Elementary transformed an old piano into a work of art.
Crossing guards Trudy Smith and Heather Childs are using a new tool to help students from two West Jordan schools safely cross the street each day.
Students at Joel P. Jensen Middle School spend their afternoons battling robots, building with marshmallows and programming computer games. The fun is part of their popular after-school STEM program.
A West Jordan family and rural neighborhood were at odds when the family proposed a rezone of 23 acres.