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First Assignment For South Jordan Scholastic Reporter

Anika, who is a seventh-grader at Copper Mountain Middle School, was chosen from more than 200 applicants from around the country and around the world who submitted original news reports about their communities.

Chamber Corner: Sagewood At Daybreak Named Partner Of The Year

Full-service senior living community, Sagewood at Daybreak, has been named the 2014 Chamber Partner of the Year by the South Jordan Chamber of Commerce.

Council Orders Study Of Easier Accessibility For New Developments

The irrigation pump house project is on schedule to be ready for the watering season beginning in May.

Mayor's Message

As citizens in South Jordan we frequently disagree on political positions. Even among our City Council members, there are frequent political disagreements. However, I am pleased to report that a budget has been prepared that displayed the council’s unity to work towards the overall good of the city.

Desert Star Presents ‘Into The Hoods’

From the creative mind of Desert Star’s own, Scott Holman, comes a tale of a failed Presidential candidate turned baker, Mitt Romney, as he tries to break his election curse, placed upon him by the evil witch, Hilary Clinton.

Local Author’s Book Gets Cinematic Treatment

“When I was a little kid, my mom used to read to me a lot. Apparently, I was 4 years old when I told her that I was going to be a writer, and I’m sure she shuddered a little bit in horror there—but she encouraged me,” Genesse said.

Mayor Affirms: State Of The City Is Strong

South Jordan has consistently been ranked in the top tiers of desirable mid-size cities in national magazine surveys, and with some 62,000 current residents and a steady increase every year, the mayor praised the balance between people who work and live in the city.

Bingham Swimmers Among Top 10 In State

The Bingham High boys swimming team placed ninth at the 5A state swimming championships Feb. 12-13 at Brigham Young University while the girls squad finished 10th.

Minerettes Place Second In State

“I’m incredibly proud of my girls,” head coach Jamyn Miller said. “They have put in countless hours, they were thrown several curve balls, they’ve dealt with injuries and disappointments and through it all, they’ve rallied together and stood by each other.”

Bingham Student Project Helps Identify College/Career Choices

A team of students are promoting Bingham High School’s career and technical education classes in an effort to help their peers identify their college and career choices.



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