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Monday, July 1st, 2019

125 Years of News

The Tooele Transcript Bulletin turned 125 years old on Saturday. “We are now, as far as I know, the oldest business in Tooele County,” said Publisher Emeritus Joel Dunn. Joel became the newspaper’s publisher in 1964 after...

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Thursday, June 6th, 2019

Creative Minds

Mikel Tolman is a physical artist. He works with ink and a variety of different types of paint, some of which are homemade. Clarissa Tolman is a photographer. She loves using her digital camera to capture moments...

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Thursday, May 23rd, 2019

The Cat Lady

From Tooele to Grantsville, Naida Parkinson is known to many as “the cat lady.” Parkinson has been working to control the stray cat population in Tooele County for the past 15 years. A passionate animal lover, she...

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Thursday, May 16th, 2019

Record Makers Record Breakers

Stansbury High School senior Jared Brown comes from a line of shot put athletes. Jared grew up hearing the story of how his grandfather Ralph Brown set the Tooele High School record for shot put at 50...

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Thursday, April 18th, 2019

Living the Dream

Rita Evans always wanted to have her own ranch. She was born in August 1932 in Hilliard, Wyo., where her parents Ernest and Mary Ann Barker had a ranch. As the second youngest of six children, she...

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Thursday, April 4th, 2019

Remembering ‘Grandma’s House’

On the corner of 100 West and 600 North in Tooele, a white house sits surrounded by trees. To Ruth Stone, the place will always be known as “Grandma’s House.” The house and property contain a treasure...

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Tuesday, March 26th, 2019

Feeling Blessed

Blessed. That’s how Brad Hurst felt when he and his family moved to Italy to help finish building the Rome Italy Temple for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hurst has worked on more than...

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Thursday, March 14th, 2019

Dry Cleaner Adventure

When Bonnie and Cloyd George bought Nu Cleaners in 1984, they did it for the adventure. The Georges were first-time business owners and neither one of them had a background in dry cleaning — but the business...

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Thursday, February 28th, 2019

Mosaic Splendor

Salt Lake artist and students at St. Marguerite Catholic School recently unveiled a new mural. At nine-foot high, 24-foot long, the mural covers an entire wall of the school’s lobby. The mosaic centers on artist Roger Whiting’s...

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Thursday, February 14th, 2019

Drone Master

At the same time some skills become obsolete as a result of advancing technology, other skills are created. Drone development is one skill in demand of increasingly more jobs, according to Shane Conner of Grantsville, who flies...

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