Last Updated: Aug 23, 2016 04:42PM •
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Salt Lake County Library Services noticed a gap in services to youth in care and custody, so they created a new book club.
A West Jordan family joined in a national day of service to honor police.
Chris Colfer, author and actor, visited the Viridian Event Center in West Jordan on Thursday, July 21 to celebrate “An Author’s Odyssey,” the fifth book in his series “The Land of Stories.”
The Western Stampede Rodeo in West Jordan had its inaugural event in 1954. It has been going strong as this city’s tradition over the Fourth of July ever since. This year’s event was no exception.
As the population in West Jordan has passed 108,000, there are many residents who have lived here most of their lives.
“Hundreds of smiles, lifted-spirits, and filled hearts attend each hug offered by this group. Kids of all ages and sizes adore these precious moments with their favorite team mascot, but it’s the hearts of those inside the masks that are often touched the most.”
Recently, plant lovers joined in the convention culture with their second annual Plant Con at the Conservation Garden Park in West Jordan.
When 9-year-old Nathan Glad told his mother, Rachel Glad, he was planning to move out at 12 and open a hot dog stand, she posted about it on facebook, not knowing that community members and the Mascot Miracles Foundation would pull together to help his business come to life.