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Go for it! Organizations encourage women to enter politics

The number of women running and winning political seats in Utah is on the rise.

Taylorsville residents to pay nearly 10 percent more for fire suppression beginning this year

The Unified Fire Service Area Board of Directors has approved a 9.56 percent property tax hike.

Taylorsville members of the Utah House have fireworks, drunk driving on their minds

Taylorsville residents' two representatives in the Utah House plan to address a couple of high-profile issues during the current legislative session.

Johnson proud of accomplishments during four years as Taylorsville mayor

Larry Johnson departs Taylorsville city government after four years on the city council and another four years as mayor.

Cochran elected by Taylorsville City Council to fill vacant seat

A longtime Taylorsville City volunteer emerged from among nine candidates to fill the vacant District 2 city council seat.

2017 proves a strong year for Taylorsville but with a new law enforcement challenge

A new performing arts center is coming to Taylorsville along with lots of economic growth. The city’s community councils are also getting a lot done, while the homeless situation has law enforcement concerned. The municipal election brought the city’s sixth mayor and a new councilwoman, while also creating the need for another city council member.

Committee launches new event, searching for holiday decorations

The Taylorsville Leisure Activities, Recreation & Parks (LARP) Committee is still basking in the glow after launching a successful new community event — and remains on the lookout for outdoor holiday decorations.

Councilwoman Overson defeats incumbent to become Taylorsville City’s sixth mayor

Taylorsville will have its second female mayor next month: Overson defeats incumbent, while Harker wins open seat and Armstrong is re-elected to the city council.

Largest-ever Taylorsville City Youth Council assisting families

Taylorsville City has selected its 21 Youth Council members to represent and serve the community.

Progress continues on Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center design

City and county officials spent a day in the Phoenix area touring performing arts centers to get ideas about what might be included in a similar facility in Taylorsville.


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