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West Jordan is the fourth most populated city in Utah, occupying the southwest end of the Salt Lake Valley at an elevation of 4,330 feet. The city is one of the fastest growing in the state of Utah and has emerged as being more than just a suburb of Salt Lake City in recent years. Current major construction projects include the completion of Jordan Landing, the expansion of Jordan Valley Hospital and a transit-oriented development in Midvale.

Population: 104447
Local Newspapers: West Jordan Journal
Local Sports Teams: Real Salt Lake (MLS soccer) Utah Jazz (NBA)
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Zip Codes associated with west jordan, utah: 84084 84088
Towns/Cities near west jordan, utah : South Jordan Midvale Riverton Bluffdale Herriman

West Jordan News
Author Introduces The Characters In The Hunt For Mr. Chippers

WEST JORDAN, UT, UNITED STATES, January 16, 2018 / EINPresswire.com / -- Adventure time! The Hunt for Mr. Chippers begins! David Done pens a children's book which is pleasurable to every young reader. David Done's The Hunt for Mr. Chippers introduces the characters of a great hunting dog, a courageous cat, an intelligent goldfish, and a wonderful mouse.

Residents seek vaccines amid Hepatitis scare

The Southeastern Utah Health Department serving Carbon, Emery and Grand counties reported vaccinating about 100 people against the Hepatitis A virus over three days last week. State officials, however, warned Utahns last week that thousands of people who patronized four businesses in West Jordan and Spanish Fork during the last several days of 2017 and first few days of this year were potentially exposed to the liver-damaging virus.

2 girls injured in West Jordan auto-pedestrian accident

Two 14-year-old girls were injured after being struck by a car Saturday evening near 3400 South and 7000 West in West Jordan. West Jordan Police Sgt.

Mormon president remembered for devotion to poor, needy

A motorcade escorts Thomas S. Monson's casket to the Salt Lake City Cemetery, Friday, Jan. 12, 2018. Monson, died Jan. 2 at age 90 after nearly a decade leading The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Hospital makes improvements in wake of Medicare penalty

Mountain West Medical Center will lose up to 1 percent of Medicare payments during the current fiscal year as a penalty for six cases of the infection Clostridium difficile, commonly known as "C.

Concerns over outbreak heightened in light of hepatitis A warnings for 2 more eateries

Utah County health officials say finding hepatitis A in employees at an Olive Garden and Sonic Drive-In has them concerned about the possibility that an ongoing monthslong outbreak of the virus could affect populations not previously considered to be at significant risk. "I think this is a good indication that it could be moving from a more defined population potentially into a grayer , which certainly is a concern," said Aislynn Tolman-Hill, spokeswoman for the Utah County Health Department.

Hepatitis Scare at 7-Eleven: How Do You Get The Virus?

Up to 2,000 people in Utah who visited a 7-Eleven store may have been exposed to hepatitis A , officials warned this week. But exactly how do people contract the disease? On Sunday , the Salt Lake County Health Department announced that a 7-Eleven employee in West Jordan had worked while sick with hepatitis A. Because of this, customers of that store may be at risk for hepatitis A exposure if they visited the store from Dec. 26 to Jan. 3 and used the restroom there, or consumed certain food or drink items.

Grantsville K-9 gets retirement party after four years of service

Grantsville City Police officers, family and community members gathered Thursday evening to recognize the achievements of one of the department's distinguished members - and his partner, too.After four years on the force, K-9 Officer Kaos, 8, retired after a party thrown at the new Grantsville City Justice Center.

Army decision to keep Apache helicopter units saves Utah National Guard jobs

Chief Warrant Officer 5 Ken Jones, 1st Battalion, 211th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion takes his last flight in a AH-64 Apache with his son Chief Warrant Officer 4 Jared Jones as his co-pilot in West Jordan Friday, Jan. 29, 2016. SALT LAKE CITY - The Army's decision to keep reserve Apache helicopter battalions in four states, including Utah, preserved hundreds of Utah National Guard positions.

Prosecutor Nathan Evershed announces run for district attorney

Citing a loss of confidence in Sim Gill's leadership that he claims is eroding public trust and leading to an exodus of prosecutors from the county, prosecutor Nathan Evershed announced his campaign Tuesday for Salt Lake County district attorney. Accompanied by law enforcement officers, fellow prosecutors and a few defense attorneys backing his bid, Evershed touted his experience prosecuting "everything from traffic tickets to homicides" over the past decade as he kicked off his campaign outside the 3rd District Court in West Jordan.

7-Eleven customers may be exposed to hepatitis A because an employee went to work sick

Those who used any restroom, drank a fountain drink, ate fresh fruit or any item from the store's hot food case at this Utah store could be at risk. Up to 2,000 customers of a 7-Eleven store could have been exposed to hepatitis A, Utah health officials say.

1 news Suspect uses propane tank to blow up ATM at credit union in...

A person used a propane tank and hose to blow up an ATM in West Jordan early Sunday morning, police say. The incident occurred about 5 a.m. at the Golden West Credit Union, near 7800 South and 5600 West, said West Jordan police Sgt.

ICYMI: 10 stories from the weekend

Here are 10 stories you may have missed this weekend. As always, click on the headline to read the full story.

LDS Church reorganizes Genesis Group leadership

The Genesis Group began its monthly meeting Sunday night mourning the death of President Thomas S. Monson, the last living apostle who formed the LDS Church's multicultural activity organization for Mormon blacks in 1971. Then the group said more goodbyes, as The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released its longstanding president and his counselors and installed a new presidency.

2,000 customers at West Jordan convenience store may have been exposed to hepatitis A

Health officials issued a warning Sunday evening that some customers at a West Jordan 7-Eleven may have been exposed to hepatitis A and should receive an injection to prevent infection. WEST JORDAN - Health officials issued a warning Sunday evening that some customers at a West Jordan convenience store may have been exposed to hepatitis A and should receive an injection to prevent infection.

Utah needs to reclaim position as a safe haven against hate crime

Last year in Draper, 57-year-old Mark Porter was arrested after shouting racial slurs at a 7-year-old boy and then zapping the boy's father in the neck with a million-volt stun cane. Charged with third-degree aggravated assault, Porter faced no more than five years in prison.

Police: Man burglarized West Jordan home while boy slept inside

Police are asking for the public's help to locate a man who they say burglarized a home while a 12-year-old boy slept in the basement. The burglary took place on Wednesday at about 9:23 a.m., according to an emailed statement from West Jordan Police Department detective Brett Madsen.

Man convicted in road rage shooting sentenced to prison

A West Valley man has been sentenced to prison for shooting another driver at random and then leading police on a high-speed chase. Joseph "Cyko" Granados, 35, was sentenced Dec. 28 to at least three years and up to life in prison for attempted murder, a first-degree felony.

Getting sick in the hospital: Five Utah medical facilities fined for...

Hospitals in the Salt Lake Valley, Tooele and Price penalized through Medicare program that addresses problems with infections, bed sores and other hospital-acquired conditions. Tribune file photo) Jordan Valley Medical Center in West Jordan was one of five Utah hospitals named by the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to be penalized in 2018 for having higher rates of hospital-acquired health problems, such as infections, bed sores and other conditions.

Photos: City's across the Wasatch Front swear in new officials

Sandy Police Capt. Jeff Duval, left, and Deputy Chief Bill O'Neal, right, talk with Sandy Mayor Kurt Bradburn after Bradburn's swearing-in ceremony at the Hale Centre Theatre in Sandy on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018.

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