Kent G. Andersen is the new economic development director for West Jordan City.
Federal money is allocated each year to help West Jordan nonprofits and charities.
The West Jordan City Council plans to continue waiving fees to organizations who provide services to the city in return.
The Jordan Valley Water Conservation district, the source of West Jordan’s water, is aiming for a 25 percent decrease in usage by 2025.
The rules of recycling are changing, both locally and globally.
The landfill for West Jordan’s waste is filling up, with less than two decades left until it reaches capacity.
West Jordan waives fees for two nonprofits in West Jordan: a youth baseball league and a school foundation.
A recent controversy surrounding a mayor giving himself a raise highlights the fact that not many people understand elected official compensation.
Students across the valley used March 14 to peacefully exercise their First Amendment rights standing up against school violence—and in some instances, standing united.
Construction continues along Mountain View Corridor