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Mother, son dominate; two women tie to cap off West Jordan’s healthy contest

“Way to a Better Life” 2108 contest wraps up its final week with contestants showing up for awards, prizes and hard-earned recognition.

Grizzlies softball face top competition in Region 3

The Grizzlies faced stiff competition in Region 3 this season. They finished second and qualified for the state tournament.

Master carver, painter, creator

Sculptor, painter and musician David Sharp brings his art to West Jordan’s Schorr Gallery. Visitors got to see and hear, hop clap or twirl, to Sharp’s music and collective talents.

Water conservation necessary as county population grows

The Jordan Valley Water Conservation district, the source of West Jordan’s water, is aiming for a 25 percent decrease in usage by 2025.

Splash of fun whets Jordan High students’ desire to learn

Jordan High AP environmental biology and biology students gain hands-on learning through California field trip.

Nothing to hold them down: adaptive systems help children with disabilities learn rock climbing

Kids of all abilities have an opportunity to learn rock climbing at Momentum Cimbing Gym in Sandy and Millcreek thanks to the National Ability Center.

Alta High brings home sweepstakes award for top music department

Alta performing arts students took home quite a few rewards when they went to the Big Apple this spring.

At council meeting, High school student recites poem about gun violence

“This is not just a national epidemic,” she said, “it could happen in your home, it could happen to your students, to your children.”

Helping Utah’s foster children go to college

First Star Academy at University of Utah is helping foster youth graduate from high school and enter college with readiness skills to achieve academic goals.

 

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