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Council helps clear path for minorities to have stronger voice in government

For the first time in years, the Taylorsville City Council has voted to create a new city committee, in an effort to give stronger voices to minority residents.

Taylorsville City Councilwoman Harker married into perhaps community’s deepest roots

One of Taylorsville’s oldest residents has hundreds of descendants and a current city councilwoman married to one of them.

City executive visits China to study economic development, government and transportation challenges

Taylorsville Economic Development Director Wayne Harper visited China late last year.

Taylorsville City officials briefed on plans and designs for the new Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center

Designs for the planned Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center have now been reviewed by the Taylorsville City Council and Planning Commission.

Snowfall didn’t slow down patrons of popular Taylorsville Community Greenhouse

Taylorsville gardeners are already making use of their community greenhouse, and the adjacent garden will soon be busy also.

Residents have mixed feelings about upcoming Bangerter Highway intersection overhaul

Mixed feelings abound as nearby residents learn about UDOT plans for a freeway-style interchange at Bangerter Highway and 6200 South.

Oquirrh Mountaineers hockey team wins state

The Oquirrh Mountaineers, an independent hockey team made up of boys and girls from high schools in Sandy, Draper, West Valley and Taylorsville, wins championship.

RMR announces that 2018 is its final season

The 2018 summer racing season will be the last at West Valley City’s Rocky Mountain Raceway.

Understanding elected official compensation in the wake of pay raise controversy

A recent controversy surrounding a mayor giving himself a raise highlights the fact that not many people understand elected official compensation.

Students join nationwide protest, many focus on kindness

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.



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