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Tuesday, August 16th, 2016

Fire victims start to see $142K in cash donations

Tooele City has begun to disperse about $142,000 in cash donated to the victims of the July 19 fire, an official said. The donations are given out by a distribution committee, which determined a distribution formula based...

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Not all recyclable household items are accepted by vendors

Tuesday, August 16th, 2016

Not all recyclable household items are accepted by vendors

As Tooele City prepares to possibly offer a curbside recycling program, other local residents who already have it are reminded of what is and isn’t recyclable. Grantsville City started offering curbside recycling to its residents in July...

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County trying different ways to reduce unlawful littering by recreationalists

Thursday, August 11th, 2016

County trying different ways to reduce unlawful littering by recreationalists

When Tooele County’s canyons and campgrounds opened this year, recreationalists may have noticed something missing. The garbage cans and dumpsters were removed at the beginning of the year, said Dave Brown, Tooele County trails and canyons coordinator....

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Thursday, August 11th, 2016

UDOT audit of SR-36 Renewed results in 109 new sign repairs

More than 100 signs that were incorrectly installed during the state’s SR-36 Renewed project through Tooele City have been fixed, an official said. A Utah Department of Transportation audit published Aug. 2 by the state auditor general...

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Thursday, August 11th, 2016

Ryan Shupe and The Rubberband will end concert series

Ryan Shupe and The Rubberband will close Tooele City’s 10th anniversary of Fridays on Vine concerts this week. Shupe has recorded eight professional albums since he began performing with the band as a college student. The group’s...

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Thursday, August 11th, 2016

Popular walking trail gets new signage to encourage more use

New signage for a popular walking trail may help more residents get out and walk, a county official said. Tooele County’s Live Fit Coalition recently teamed up with a local Boy Scout, Skyler Pritzkau, to install signage...

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Tuesday, August 9th, 2016

Gristmill performing arts to do 3-day run of ‘Into the Woods’ play

A musical mesh of fairy tale characters opens at the Benson Gristmill this week. And the cast for Benson Gristmill Performing Arts’ production of “Into the Woods” is something special, said director Glen Carpenter. “This is probably...

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Tooele City inks contract with company for street light repair

Tuesday, August 9th, 2016

Tooele City inks contract with company for street light repair

The Tooele City Council has approved a contract with a facility management company to maintain the city’s street lights. The council approved the contract with Black & McDonald, a Canadian private business with an office in West...

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The table is set and activities planned for Rush Valley Days

Tuesday, August 9th, 2016

The table is set and activities planned for Rush Valley Days

Citizens of Rush Valley will gather to celebrate their community this weekend. The town’s annual Rush Valley Days begin on Thursday with a free showing of “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” rated PG-13. The movie will...

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Thursday, August 4th, 2016

Field where fire began was under city review

At a fire recovery meeting Monday night, victims of Tooele’s July 19 fire demanded to know why a nearby field where the fire began was allowed to have tall weeds. Jordan Knighton, a Tooele resident whose home...

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