Maegan Burr.Tate and Trevor Johnson stand in one of their family's oat fields July 16. Darrell Johnson said that the family had to let the oat field go due to lack of water.
Tooele High School s Jack Memmot holds onto the ball after colliding with Justin Pollmann and Tyson Vigil in center field April 2 against Grantsville.
Hiroshi Aoyama crashes in the attitude turns during the second eni FIM Superbike World Championship Races May 28 at Miller Motorsports Park. The second race was delayed for 90 minutes to clean the track.
Tooele County Sheriffs Department deputy Clint Fox talks with Tooele City police officer Ian Borders while watching over Rebecca Cordova and waiting for an ambulance to arrive April 9. Fox used a Taser on Cordova for allegedly running from him during a traffic stop.
Stansbury High School student Ashtyn Aure as Mayzie LaBird rehearses a scene in "Seussical the Musical" April 30.
Tate and Trevor Johnson stand in one of their family s oat fields July 16. Darrell Johnson said that the family had to let the oat field go due to lack of water.
Creed Baler and Clayton Moore look up at Miss Rodeo Utah, Chenae Shiner Aug 3 at the Tooele County Fair PRCA rodeo.
Vivian James rides with other Tooele High School cheerleaders in the Tooele City July 4 parade.
Grantsville High School outfielder Jamie Hamby (5) (center) gets congratulated by her team and coaches March 27 after scoring the winning run against Tooele.
Wholesale Electric purchasing agent and salesperson, RD Huffaker, makes cotton candy at the ninth annual Taste of Tooele event Sept 12.
Matthew Arbshay talks about leaving Iran in the 1980s August 16 in Central School in Tooele.
Clint Barnes leads a group of kids in mummy kicks July 18 evening at the Stansbury High School track.
Bees swarm around a box in Erda on May 16.
Bit & Spur Junior Princess Audry Alder rides down the Tooele City parade route on July 4.
Jodi Steinfeldt releases a lantern Feb 9 as part of the first Jordan Byrd day event held at Grantsville High School.
Cathy Tshilombo-Lokemba poses for a photo on April 18 at her home in Tooele.
Settlement Canyon fourth grader Oakley Allen sits under her desk with fellow classmates during the Great Utah Shake Out April 17. Students hid under their desks and held on for 10 minutes while as each classroom was checked.
Chase Sherman gets flipped off of his bull after the buzzer July 4 at the Bit N Spur rodeo. Sherman received an 85 for his ride.
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