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Utah man creates Nancy Drew figurine for LEGO contest

SALT LAKE CITY — A 19-year-old South Jordan man is taking his love of LEGO bricks and Nancy Drew to the next level by creating his own action figures as part of a LEGO IDEAS contest. Andrew Williams wanted to make something that would embody resilience, adventure, intelligence and strength. With March being National Women’s… Keep Reading

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The Trans-Jordan Landfill to close to all except essential haulers on Monday

Source: ABC4 SOUTH JORDAN, Utah (ABC4 News) — In response to Governor Gary Herbert’s recent “Stay Safe, Stay Home” directive, the Trans-Jordan Landfill will close to all except essential haulers beginning Monday, March 30, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. until further notice, according to a release. Essential haulers include City operated refuse trucks and commercial haulers with… Keep Reading

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Utah woman 3D prints masks for healthcare workers from her basement

SOUTH JORDAN, Utah (KUTV) — While healthcare workers across the country are anticipating shortages of personal protective equipment, a Daybreak woman is turning her hobby into a facemask factory. Kim Bourri is quite literally printing out protection. As a visual game artist, she started toying around with 3D printing in 2015. So when she heard healthcare workers… Keep Reading

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South Jordan Baker Keeps Employees Working While Giving Back

SOUTH JORDAN, Utah — The recipe for success always involves an idea. For Steve Borg, that idea turned into a lifelong career and dozens of employees he’s indebted to — employees he doesn’t want to let down, even though the future of his business may be shrouded in uncertainty. His career kicked off in front of… Keep Reading

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Community over Crisis: Messages of love and comfort posted to windows outside South Jordan retirement home

SOUTH JORDAN, Utah (ABC4 News) – There is no question times are stressful and full of uncertainty but some people are finding ways to stay connected with each other. Families around the country are not allowed inside retirement homes and nursing facilities, causing added stress for those wanting to visit their loved ones. Continue Reading… Keep Reading

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Don’t forget about flu shots: Utah family warning others after 5-year-old hospitalized

SOUTH JORDAN — In January, KSL told the story of a South Jordan girl who found herself fighting for her life after severe flu complications. Five-year-old Sunday Gonzales is affectionately called ‘Sunny” — and her name says it all. “She makes life bright and fun,” her father, Joseph Gonzales, said. But during her 13-day stay in the… Keep Reading