“We can’t thank Comcast enough for participating with the residents of our city through the Comcast Cares, I Love West Jordan Day."
“I don’t believe wisdom was used by the consultant to select this site for the prison,” Mayor Kim Rolfe said.
“This man parachuted in behind enemy lines in the D-Day invasion and served the rest of the war in different campaigns, including Holland and the famed Battle of the Bulge,” Mayor Kim Rolfe said.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, especially in the teacher education class at the Jordan Applied Technology Center in West Jordan.
There’s a ton of great family fun planned in the West Jordan community.
Relief may finally be in sight for some West Jordan residents who’ve suffered perpetual flooding of their homes for the past 30 years.
This time of year most kids are busy making lists of what they’d like to get for Christmas, but Copper Canyon fifth grader Maegan Worthen is making lists of what she’d like to give: blankets, towels, toys, litter and pet food to the West Jordan Animal Shelter.
Christmas has been dubbed “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” by storytellers and songwriters. But, for one West Jordan family, celebrating Christmas in October was bittersweet.
“I met with Mayor McAdams from the county and told him some members of the arts council had expressed interest in using the old West Jordan Library as a home,” Rolfe said.
“He was an honors student who excelled academically here at West Hills,” Principal Stacy Evans said. “Jacob was also musically talented and participated in our school musical. He was very well-liked by our students and his teachers.”