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Thursday, May 28th, 2015

Reconstruction of SR-36 set to begin Monday morning

After months of talk and planning, the pair of state road projects called SR-36 Renewed are set to begin next Monday. Commuters will notice new traffic cones going up as two different contractors begin work on two...

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Thursday, May 28th, 2015

Local cemeteries offer bargains despite some increased prices

Despite rising prices in Grantsville and Stansbury, cemetery burial costs remain low across Tooele County. Burial sites in the county average just under $300 for those who wish to be buried in their community of residence, or...

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Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

Stansbury’s Ron Allen retires after more than a decade of service in public office

Stansbury resident Ron Allen has announced that this is his last month as chairman of a state commission, ending a career in state and local politics that began as part of a grassroots movement to get Stansbury...

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Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

Steed gets state award for community service

A local head start teacher was one of seven Utahns honored last week for their dedication to community service. Marci Steed, lead teacher and family advocate at Tooele Head Start, was named a Community Champion by Molina...

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Thursday, May 21st, 2015

Dugway graduates 8 seniors

Dugway High School saw eight graduates transition into adulthood at the school’s Wednesday evening graduation ceremony. The ceremony, which honored the smallest graduating class in the county this year, featured addresses by Principal Robin Nielson, valedictorian Bonnie...

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Twin sisters lead Wendover High graduates to next life stage

Thursday, May 21st, 2015

Twin sisters lead Wendover High graduates to next life stage

If the top students in Wendover High School’s class of 2015 shared memories of the school as though they were family, that’s because they are. The 30 WHS graduates were lead across the stage of the Peppermill...

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Tuesday, May 19th, 2015

Winter die-off hits local beekeepers close to home

After a few years of recovery, beekeepers across the nation are reporting that large numbers of their hives have died or disappeared over the past year — and this time, local hives are no exception. Tooele County...

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City rallies residents around voluntary water conservation plan

Tuesday, May 19th, 2015

City rallies residents around voluntary water conservation plan

Though cities throughout the state have begun rolling out strict mandates regarding water use, Tooele City has a different approach: nicely ask residents to do their part. Mayor Patrick Dunlavy said Tooele City began asking residents to...

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Thursday, May 14th, 2015

After first year of operation, AirMed base flies ‘almost daily’ to meet area demand

Though it has only been in operation for a little over a year, AirMed’s Tooele base is already one of the busiest in the service. The base, which opened for operation in Dec. 2013, has a single...

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Thursday, May 14th, 2015

Volunteers to build new meeting hall for Jehovah’s Witnesses

There was no building at 277 E. 400 North in Tooele on Tuesday. But by the end of the workday on Wednesday, nearly 200 volunteer laborers had already put up four walls and a roof. This is...

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