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  • Fluffy baby bunnies and fuzzy chicks will help usher in spring at Grantsville’s Historic Clark Farm for the next two weekends. A petting zoo, and farm and heritage tours, will be held at the historic center during Baby Animal Days on April 26 and May 3 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The petting zoo […]

  • Tooele County officials underestimated the cost of providing city-like services to unincorporated areas of the county when they prepared the 2014 budget last fall. That’s the preliminary conclusion of a department-by-department independent review of Tooele County by Zions Bank Public Finance. The review has found $597,419 more in municipal expenses than were included in the […]

  • Though Stericycle’s North Salt Lake incineration operation has become the center of an air quality debate, the company’s latest emissions report indicates that its current rate of pollutants is far less than most industries already present in Tooele County. According to Stericycle’s official 2013 emissions report, which was reviewed and recorded by the state, over […]

  • Winds battered county

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    Winds battered county

    Tuesday’s all-day wind storm blew Tooele County residents away with wind gusts peaking near 60 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service. Sustained wind speeds increased steadily throughout the day, peaking at 44 miles per hour by 5 p.m. The winds prompted the National Weather Service to issue a high wind warning for […]

  • After two years of budget cuts and layoffs, Tooele County may have to add staff and expenses over the next five years. The Zions Bank Public Finance study of Tooele County’s municipal service fund also looked at the next five years, and to plan for secure and sustainable revenue sources for the fund, according to […]

  • A Wendover man made his first court appearance Monday for charges associated with allegedly having sex with a 13-year-old girl. Jose Castillo, 22, appeared Monday in 3rd District Court in response to five counts of sexual abuse of a child, a second-degree felony, that had been filed against him last month. According to a police […]

  • For most of his life, Andy Lynch was not a particularly religious man. But, he said, Iraq has a way of changing that. “Getting to shoot it out with the bad guys helps with the understanding that we are going to physically die,” but that there is life after death, he said. Lynch, who moved […]

  • Interest in physical fitness is high among locals, but an upcoming forum aims to convince Tooele County residents to keep their brain’s fitness in mind. AARP and the Tooele Senior Center will host Kevin Duff, an associate professor with the Center for Alzheimer’s Care, Imaging and Research at the University of Utah Brain Institute, this […]

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