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  • Taste of Tooele

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    Taste of Tooele

    Residents and visitors gathered at Benson Gristmill Wednesday for the 15th Annual Taste of Our County Business & Career Showcase. Visitors were able to taste samples from 14 local restaurants, visit with companies looking for employees and learn about some of Tooele County’s businesses. A luncheon featured guest speaker Kristen Cox from the Governor’s Office […]

  • Tooele City wants to sell 1,784 acres it owns in Vernon but hold on to water assets it acquired with the purchase of the land in 1990. The Tooele City Council approved a resolution to list the property with Mike Quarnberg of New West Realty Group, LLC. during its business meeting Wednesday night. Tooele City […]

  • With two planners and a community development director in place, Tooele County is ready to tackle the issue of how many and what kind of animals are allowed on rural residential properties. Tooele County planners told the Tooele County Planning Commission Wednesday night that they have started work on an ordinance that will regulate the […]

  • For those who like mountain man rendezvous, Native American powwows and rock and gem shows, Dow James Park in Tooele is the place to be this weekend. At the park will be the 25th Annual American Heritage Festival, which includes a mountain man rendezvous, black powder fun shoot and Native American powwow. The rendezvous and […]

  • Seven months after considering a new ordinance to regulate existing gravel pits, the Tooele County Planning Commission decided to wait at least one more month before sending its draft of the ordinance to the county commission. After suggesting several revisions to the second draft of the proposed Chapter 30 of the Tooele County Land Use […]

  • Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of articles featuring four honorees for the 2018 Kickin’ Cancer’s Can community event that will be held Sept. 28 at Parker’s Park in Overlake.  When asked about her favorite memory growing up, Stansbury-resident and mother of four, Amy Simmons, responds, “That is an impossible question.”   […]

  • Over 75 people filled the basement auditorium of the Tooele County Building Monday night as the county commissioners held their first in a series of open houses aimed at sharing their vision of “Tooele’s Tommorrow.” The commissioners announced Thursday that they would hold an open house on Monday night to ask for citizen feedback on […]

  • A fire started late Saturday afternoon along the hills above milepost 101 on Interstate 80 is at 70 percent containment as of Monday, according to the North Tooele Fire District.  The fire, which burned approximately 800 acres of steep, rugged terrain on the northern Oquirrh Mountains, caused closures of state Route 201 between I-80 and […]

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