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School safety starts with students: ‘know something, say something’

Jordan School District administrators as well as city and community leaders address issues of concern about keeping students safe at school.

High schools see decline in number of referees

The national trend of not enough officials has been replicated here in our region.

Oakwood Homes introduces OakwoodLife coming to Daybreak: Resort-style living for today’s active adult buyer

It's resort style living for those 55 and up. "Homeowners can take advantage of their next 'best' chapter in life."

Grizzly boys and girls reach state semifinals

The Grizzlies’ boys and girls basketball teams advanced to the semifinals of their 6A state basketball tournaments.

Jaguar wrestlers place at state

West Jordan High school’s wrestling team had two team members place in the recent state championships.

Grizzlies win state hockey title

Copper Hills Grizzlies faced Bingham in the finals contest. Their 9-6 victory was their second in the playoffs over Bingham. They finished the regular season 14-0-1.

West Jordan teen receives national 4-H award and scholarship

Cassandra Ivie was selected to receive a $5K scholarship and was recognized nationally for her work as an advocate for youth and creating the Incredible Machine.

Changing lives one person at a time

Creative school counselor is changing lives one person at a time.

Mindful of mental health

Olin Levitt, Utah School Psychologist of the Year, provides a sanctuary for students and faculty.

Noche Latina

West Jordan schools reach out to Latino families to build strong relationships.

 

 

 

 

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