In April, Real Salt Lake owner Dell Loy Hansen announced plans to build a world-class training center in Herriman. Youth soccer players across the Wasatch Front stand to benefit from it.
Canada made a call to Nate Anderson, a recent Copper Hills graduate, and he has decided to answer that call.
Students in Jennifer Adams’ preschool class at Columbia Elementary School play to learn math, safety, phonetics, reading and other subjects in the company of their parents.
Joel P. Jensen Middle School created a newspaper publication for the first time during the latter half of the 2015–16 school year, informing their student population about school issues from firsthand sources.
The divide between West Jordan High School’s student body officers and class officers is dead, but it didn’t come immediately, according to student government advisers.
One West Jordan teachers explains core science and math curriculum to her students through gardening.
The West Jordan City Council considered a three-month trial of Blyncsy, a smart traffic software that monitors electronic devices but dismissed the idea after hearing privacy concerns from residents.
West Jordan City Manager Mark Palesh recommends an increase in resident utility fees to cover the cost of the rising operating expenses and a new public works building but has yet to win over the mayor who won’t support an increase while the fund balances total approximately $33 million as of June 30, 2015.
During the July 14 city council meeting, West Jordan Police Chief Doug Diamond expressed his thanks to the city and community for their support during a “dark time” for law enforcement. – West Jordan City