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USU-Tooele presents degrees to 130 grads
The spring graduation season got underway Saturday with 130...
Primary needed to finalize GOP candidate list
Tooele County Republican voters will head to the polls...
Erda residents feel jolt from earthquake
A sudden temblor in Erda — the first earthquake...
Gate at Benson Gristmill will reopen May 1
A group of volunteers will join with Tooele County...
  • The spring graduation season got underway Saturday with 130 students from Utah State University’s Tooele Regional Campus earning degrees. Presented during the commencement at Tooele High School’s auditorium were six master’s degrees, one in agriculture systems technology, one in technical writing, two in human resources, and two in education. Bachelor’s degrees were awarded to a […]

  • Tooele County Republican voters will head to the polls on June 24 for a primary election to choose two candidates — one for a county commission seat and one for county treasurer. All other Republican nominees for county offices were selected by delegates at the Tooele County Republican Nominating Convention on Friday night. Republican delegates […]

  • A sudden temblor in Erda — the first earthquake with an epicenter in Tooele County since 1997 — has become the talk of the town since it shook up local residents on Saturday. Though small — magnitude 3.2, according to the University of Utah Seismograph Stations — the earthquake’s proximity to Erda gave local residents a […]

  • A group of volunteers will join with Tooele County to reopen a historic Tooele Valley landmark this spring. Starting May 1, the Benson Gristmill will open for guided tours Thursdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The tour season for visitors and residents will run through the end of October. “The Benson Gristmill […]

  • Healthcare in Tooele County brings in a fair sum of Medicare payments, but lags significantly behind more urban Utah counties, according to numbers released this month from the Medicare Part B claims database. Local doctors received roughly $2.79 million in reimbursements from Medicare Part B, essentially a federally-run medical insurance program for the elderly, those […]

  • Despite the need for revisions, a draft study has found that Tooele County spends enough money on unincorporated areas of the county to justify a $1.5 million municipal services tax. A bank official and Tooele County Commissioners sat in front of an audience of a dozen people last Thursday night at Rush Valley Town Hall […]

  • More than 90 people have registered for Live Fit’s county-wide weight loss competition, but entrants said they are more motivated by personal weight loss goals than by the promise of cash prizes. “The prize is some motivation, but I was more using that as a tool,” said Ben Clayton, a Tooele resident and a contestant […]

  • When Goldie Honey, an 88-year-old Tooele native, moved back to her hometown last October, one of the first things she did was register to work in the kitchen at the Tooele Senior Citizens Center. “I just like to get out of the house,” she said. Six months later, she’s never regretted the decision. “It’s just […]

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