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Gillespie, Tooele’s greatest fan, calls it a game after 95 years

Thursday, January 14th, 2016

Gillespie, Tooele’s greatest fan, calls it a game after 95 years

I’ve lived in Tooele County for more than 15 years now. Yes, I know that’s nothing compared to most of you. But it’s long enough to recognize a true Tooele County sports fan when I see one,...

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Lamb is key ingredient in Sitake’s recipe at BYU

Tuesday, January 12th, 2016

Lamb is key ingredient in Sitake’s recipe at BYU

While the college football season ended last night with an Alabama national championship, Brigham Young University and Southern Utah University are still making more turnovers than a bakery. I’m not talking about fumbles and interceptions, although BYU...

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Bronco Mendenhall turns Cavalier, calls it quits at BYU

Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

Bronco Mendenhall turns Cavalier, calls it quits at BYU

While BYU fans across the nation were trying to guess who BYU was going to play in the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl, head coach Bronco Mendenhall was cutting a deal with the University of Virginia. As...

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Thirty-year drought over, KC Royals are World Series Champions

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

Thirty-year drought over, KC Royals are World Series Champions

How do you describe fearlessness? How do you illustrate indomitability? How do you depict resilience? How do you define team spirit? What words portray the crack of the bat, the pop of a 98-mph fastball in a...

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Stand up and be counted at next Tuesday’s general election

Thursday, October 29th, 2015

Stand up and be counted at next Tuesday’s general election

We are living in a world of misinformation. As a result, we have compromised our thinking and let others do it for us. We listen to opinions and innuendoes like they were facts, when in reality they...

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Misspelled name no problem for American Pharoah

Tuesday, June 9th, 2015

Misspelled name no problem for American Pharoah

As the sun set on Belmont Park in Elmont, New York, the numinous twilight revealed the god kings of ancient Egypt basking in their glory. Again, a divine deity was crowned with carnations, a silver bowl and...

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Thanksgiving provides chance to reflect and be grateful

Wednesday, November 26th, 2014

Thanksgiving provides chance to reflect and be grateful

Despite the time spectrum speeding up daily, Thanksgiving is that wonderful time of year where we try to slow things down a bit to give thanks and show appreciation for life’s blessings. It’s been a great year...

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This holiday season, discover hunting and shooting

Monday, November 24th, 2014

This holiday season, discover hunting and shooting

As winter looms closer with each dark night, I find myself reminiscing about family and old friends and the simplicity of those precious moments outdoors and at our local gun shop. Growing up, you’d find us in...

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It is time to get involved, make a difference

Tuesday, May 27th, 2014

It is time to get involved, make a difference

Is it just me or do you see our world’s moral compass pointing in an entirely different direction these days? Things that were wrong years ago are now OK. Time-honored laws, rights and moral behaviors are now...

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Thursday, May 8th, 2014

Unified Soccer delivers more than state title

To many there is nothing greater than to win a state championship. Hundred-year-old stories still echo through sacred halls about championship teams gone by. Grown men turning gray still cling to their rings, as rites of passage...

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