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  • 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 […]

  • Residents that have taken advantage of historically low interest rates to refinance their homes understand how the Tooele County School District just saved a lot of money. On Tuesday, school district officials finalized refinancing $13.2 million in general obligation bonds, an action that is anticipated to save the district $76,594 in payments per year over […]

  • Stericycle has officially identified a 40-acre plot of land near Rowley for the site of a proposed medical waste incinerator, company officials announced Wednesday. The medical waste handler had already agreed to purchase 40 acres of state trust lands in the Rowley area, but has waited for the completion of an archeological study before making […]

  • Churches across Tooele County have planned a variety of special Easter services this weekend, which many anticipate will see some of the best-attended services of the year. Several local congregations will hold multiple services this weekend to accommodate increased interest on account of the Easter holiday. St. Barnabas’ Episcopal Church will hold three Easter-related services […]

  • Tooele County Commissioners postponed voting on a proposed change in county personnel procedures Tuesday, but that did not stop citizens and employees from protesting the measure. If enacted the proposed change will give commissioners the authority to approve or disapprove the hiring of individual employee applicants. The item lead the agenda for Tuesday night’s commission […]

  • Mark another notch in the Stansbury High School state championship belt as the theater department earned its second straight title, which is the school’s third overall. The competition was held at Stansbury High School last weekend for the 17 3A schools that qualified out of their region competitions. Winning a second straight state championship has […]

  • A new leader has been selected for Tooele County School District’s Community Learning Center. At the end of this school year, Bryce Eardley, currently the principal at Northlake Elementary School, will take over the top post at CLC. Eardley will be the third principal to lead the school since it opened in fall 2010. He […]

  • An association of local artists will host a free, one-day gallery and open house for all Tooele County residents next week. The Stansbury Art and Literary Society, an association of artists, both professional and amateur, as well as local admirers of the arts, will host its semi-annual open house next Tuesday at Tooele Applied Technology […]

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