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Wednesday, June 1st, 2022

Tooele Elks Lodge hosts Memorial Day Service

Over 40 veterans, community members, and local leaders braved the rain on Monday to pay tribute to veterans that gave their lives in service for their county during a Memorial Day program. The service was held at...

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Grantsville has fun summer planned

Wednesday, June 1st, 2022

Grantsville has fun summer planned

Grantsville City has created something called “Grantsville Summer of Fun Series,” with different family activities planned for Saturday nights throughout summer 2022.  Movies, games, performances, car shows, and activities await. “We have decided every Saturday night in...

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Wednesday, June 1st, 2022

Jeep burst into flames

A Tooele man was just trying to get his dinner when his vehicle burst into flames near Papa Murphy’s Pizza. A man driving a Jeep Cherokee pulled into Papa Murphy’s drive-thru to pick up his pizza May...

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Arts Festival scheduled for this weekend

Wednesday, June 1st, 2022

Arts Festival scheduled for this weekend

The Tooele Arts Festival will be held this weekend at the Aquatic Center Park in Tooele City. The festival will include vendors, food, entertainment, and kids crafts. The festival will be held on the corner of 200...

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Wednesday, June 1st, 2022

It’s Tradition!

The annual Grantsville bike hike is a 45-year tradition. 2022 was the last year the bike hike headed to Deseret Peak. In 2023 the bike hike will head to the new splash pad at Hollywood Park in...

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Wednesday, May 25th, 2022

Junior high students head to national science competition

A group of three  eighth-grade students from Clarke Johnsen Junior High School will travel to Washington D.C in June to compete in the eCybermission competition. In the competition the students will demonstrate their work with bacterial keratitis,...

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Suspect arrested in Utah Avenue stabbing

Wednesday, May 25th, 2022

Suspect arrested in Utah Avenue stabbing

A man who lives near Utah Avenue and 100 East in Tooele City was stabbed in an incident that occured on April 28.  Tooele City police have now identified and arrested a suspect in that stabbing. Gabriel...

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Click it or Ticket warns UHP

Wednesday, May 25th, 2022

Click it or Ticket warns UHP

The Utah Highway Patrol, Utah Department of Public Safety, and the Utah Department of Transportation are making an increased effort to encourage Utahns to put on their seatbelts. The campaign began Monday and runs until June 5....

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Stockton man facing charges for sex crimes

Wednesday, May 25th, 2022

Stockton man facing charges for sex crimes

A Stockton man was arrested on May 20 on a second-degree felony of sexual exploitation and sexual solicitation, a misdemeanor, after he arranged to meet with a prostitute and viewed explicit images of children.  Stockton Police received...

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Wednesday, May 25th, 2022

It’s Mental Health Awareness Month and it’s time for us to check ourselves and those around us

Millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental illness. Did you know that over one in four adults suffer from a mental illness? And if one is not enough, many people suffer from multiple...

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