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Thursday, April 30th, 2015

Road work causes relocation of hazardous waste collection day

Residents looking to participate in Saturday’s household hazardous waste collection day will need to report to a different location on account of the Main Street waterline project. The event’s organizers worried that hosting the household hazardous waste...

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Tooele’s Rosewood Dental set for free dental day on Saturday

Thursday, April 30th, 2015

Tooele’s Rosewood Dental set for free dental day on Saturday

Rosewood Dental will host its sixth annual free dental day this Saturday and will accept residents in need of free care with or without insurance. “Anyone can come. We don’t even turn on our computers,” said Mary...

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Tuesday, April 28th, 2015

Lake Point completes network for coast-bound Tesla drivers

A century ago Lake Point was an important way marker on the Lincoln Highway route across the U.S. In a case of history repeating itself, the town is again an important stop on a route of a...

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Tuesday, April 28th, 2015

‘Shrek: The Musical’ to hit GHS stage with 3-D dragon puppet

It’s not unusual for a school drama program to save the best for last so that its students can stage a sort of year-end finale. But every so often, one of these year-end plays turns out to...

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Thursday, April 23rd, 2015

Hospital calls earthquake drill a ‘success’

Though the “earthquake” that occurred at Mountain West Medical Center on Tuesday morning was no more than a simulation, makeup and 18 volunteer actors made the scene seem real enough. In fact the hospital staff — despite...

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Thursday, April 23rd, 2015

Cross-curricular exercise leads junior high to stage teen novel

Clarke N. Johnsen Junior High’s upcoming spring production, “The Outsiders,” will be a bit of a departure from the school’s previous repertoire. Drama director Jorden Cammack wanted to do something special this semester in light of the...

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Thursday, April 23rd, 2015

Auto dealership to raise funds to give gift of eyesight to child

What started out simply as an idea to host a swap meet in the company parking lot has become a major charitable initiative at a local auto dealership. Jenny Prapher, who works in business development at Performance...

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Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

Drought makes irrigation co. delay turning on the valve

Settlement Canyon Irrigation Company will not open its valves until May 2 this year, a company official says. The first day of service will come with restrictions on water use and is intended to better ration what...

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Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

Tooele City conducting survey to assess condition of sidewalks

Tooele City is in the process of assessing the condition of its sidewalks to determine the extent of their decay and to generate ideas on how to address the problem, city officials say. Sidewalks throughout the community...

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Emergency partners to host disaster drill at Stansbury High

Thursday, April 16th, 2015

Emergency partners to host disaster drill at Stansbury High

Call it a sleepover party for preppers. Tooele County Emergency Management, the Stansbury Community Emergency Response Team and the American Red Cross will team up this weekend to host the county’s first-ever evacuation and emergency shelter drill...

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