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West Jordan Remembers Fallen Officer Ronald M. Wood

West Jordan remembered the sacrifice of Officer Ronald M. Wood, who was killed in the line of duty on Nov. 18, 2002 on the same day last November.

New City Councilmembers Take Oath of Office

Four city council members took their oaths of office before a full audience in the City Council Chambers on Jan. 4 at 6 p.m.

Harsh West Jordan Winter Causees Many Potholes

Salt Lake City has one of the worst freeze-thaw cycles in the United States—meaning more potholes and higher costs as cities scramble to fill the holes to improve public safety.

West Jordan Remembers its First Mayor

West Jordan lost its first mayor at the end of last year and with him a link to the city’s history—a reminder of how far the city has come and how much it’s stayed the same.

Utah Farm Bureau Lists ‘Issues to Watch For in 2016’

List includes priority areas for 2016 Utah legislative session.

Unified Police Department Officer Killed in the Line of Duty

Detectives are still searching for a female who was with Henderson in the car at the time of the crash.

Air Quality Resources Can Help Utahns Make Good Health Decisions on Poor Air Quality Days

In the midst Utah’s winter inversion season, the Utah Department of Health (UDOH) wants to remind Utah residents of several resources they can use to help protect their health during times of poor air quality.

Outdoor Retailer Returns to Salt Palace Convention Center

An estimated 22,000 manufacturers, retailers, suppliers and media integral to the outdoor industry will return to Utah on Jan. 7-10.

Expanding efforts to build a safe, healthy community in the Salt Lake Valley

This year, Salt Lake County government led the way on economic growth and jobs, low taxes, public safety and responsiveness to residents.

Year in Review: West Jordan City Has Highs and Lows

In April, the city escorted its ex-city attorney, Jeff Robinson, from his office, ousting him from the city in a controversial move that has left some questioning its legality.

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