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Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Grantsville breaks ground on new library

Grantsville City broke ground on its long-awaited library Friday, celebrating the coming building and the lawsuit settlement that brought about its creation. “We are as excited about this as you are,” Grantsville Mayor Brent Marshall told a...

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Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Teen violinist to perform in New York after winning international competition

An Overlake teen will be performing in New York this spring after placing third in an international violin competition. Suni Norman competed in the American Protégé International piano and strings competition last month by sending in a...

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Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Skate shop finds room to grow just across Main Street

A downtown Tooele skate shop has jumped across the street into a new location with room to grow. Grinders, now located in the building last occupied by Sweat Fitness at 34 S. Main Street, moved into the...

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Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

Deadly weekend on roads claims two lives

Three unrelated traffic accidents in the Tooele Valley over the weekend killed two and injured nine. On Sunday night, a 19-year-old woman was killed after the car she was in rolled near Erda. Pasia Hymas, a Tooele...

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Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

Parents aren’t clowning about bid to save circus

Despite reports that last year’s first-grade program in Grantsville was the final bow, a group of parents are demanding an encore. The first grade circus, a tradition for Grantsville first-graders since the mid-1970s, is not planned for...

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Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

Last remnant of old Saltair sent to scrap heap

One of the last remnants of the glory of Saltair has been removed from the shore of the Great Salt Lake. The 502 train car, which has languished north of Saltair for years, was moved Saturday as...

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Grantsville man arrested for alleged stabbing attack

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

Grantsville man arrested for alleged stabbing attack

A Grantsville man was stabbed Saturday night during an alcohol-fueled fight. Mikel Russo, 29, was picked up by his father at a gas station in Grantsville at about 8 p.m. He was intoxicated at the time and...

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Grantsville passes own smoke shop ban

Thursday, February 16th, 2012

Grantsville passes own smoke shop ban

Grantsville City has followed the lead of Tooele City in banning smoke shops around schools, public parks and churches. The Grantsville City Council voted unanimously Wednesday night to ban new specialty tobacco stores from setting up within...

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Thursday, February 16th, 2012

Grantsville library rolls forward with construction bid OK’d

Another page was turned in the Grantsville library project with the awarding of the construction bid Wednesday night. The library will be built by Interwest Construction, a company based in North Salt Lake, that has locally built...

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Cops seize ‘potpourri’ out of Grantsville smoke shop

Thursday, February 16th, 2012

Cops seize ‘potpourri’ out of Grantsville smoke shop

Grantsville police confiscated synthetic marijuana out of a smoke shop Monday. Det. Dan Chamberlain of the Grantsville City Police Department said police kept finding the substance in the possession of persons they arrested, and were told by...

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