Ryan Farmer wanted to organize a youth basketball team made up of only boys that would attend West Jordan High School. His vision and determination have helped make them a successful team.
City council drops a request for action to allow city employees to spend $30,000 for a summer party.
A percentage of sales between specific hours will go toward helping the family cover medical bills and expenses while they're trying to return to a normal life and take care of their two daughters.
Learn about the tournament's #7 seed.
In its fourth year of existence, the Utah Girls Tackle Football League continues to grow. Teams from Utah, Davis and Salt Lake counties comprised more than 300 girls, who battled for division championships.
Libraries Rock event hosted by Viridian Event Center, encourages everyone to make a few summer leisure and literacy goals.
Even though West Jordan is the fourth-largest city in the state, it still hasn’t worked up a permanent home for its arts programs. Even so, the Sugar Factory Playhouse continues to fight through the struggles and put on shows.
Performances will be July 12, 13, 14, 16, 19, 20, 21 and 23 at 7:30 p.m.
Domestic abuse and drug abuse crimes are difficult to catch and to successfully prosecute. Both are nationwide problems, and West Jordan is no exception.