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Window Displays Challenge Elk Ridge Students’ Creativity, Business Skills

When Elk Ridge Middle School family and consumer science teacher Keesha Wilson learned she was to teach a free enterprise unit within her FACS Clothing class, she went into creative mode.

The Force Favors South Jordan Jedi Lego Team

“It was amazing and exciting. I’ve been on the team for five years and we have worked hard for it,” 13-year-old Tavo Estrada said. “This year, we spent more than 70 hours programming the robot to make sure it was more consistent and could do all the missions.”

Oops, We Did It Again!

Once again, we’ve been named #18 Best Place in the U.S. to Live.

Ninety Days To Raise $1 Million For Local School Children

“We’re beginning something. It’s very exciting and something that has never been done before in any public school in Utah, maybe in the nation,” JEF President-elect Mike Haynes said.

Two Groups, One Show

“Every year, because we serve multiple cities that do not have their own orchestras, we try to find guest artists that we can collaborate with that are attractive to multiple communities,” Oquirrh Mountain Symphony Executive Director LeAnn Hord said.

Civic Leaders Urged To Take Off Their Masks

At the South Jordan Chamber of Commerce Annual Vision and Awards Dinner Feb. 18,

Teeing Up Another Round Of Mulligan’s Talk

After hearing resident concerns about “another layer of government,” the South Jordan City Council voted unanimously Feb. 17 to appoint a Mulligan’s review commission.

South Jordan Tennis Team Third-Best In Nation

“It was an honor to represent the state,” Steve Robbins, who is a team member from South Jordan and the founder and president of the South Jordan Tennis Association, said.

Bingham Swimmers Finding Success In The Pool

“Both teams are doing great,” said head coach Andee Bouwhuis, who is in her 15th season. “We are getting stronger and faster with each meet.”

Bingham Girls Basketball Among Top Teams In State

“The girls are working hard and doing their best,” said head coach Charron Mason. “We are figuring out how to play as a team and how to get the most out of each player.”



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