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Short-lived liens create concerns in Overlake

Tuesday, May 10th, 2005

Short-lived liens create concerns in Overlake

An error in filing a lien with Tooele County created some panic for homeowners in Overlake subdivision the past two weeks. Forsgren Associates Inc., filed a lien against the entired Overlake Development on April 22. The lien...

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Tuesday, May 10th, 2005

Big celebration planned for park honoring war veterans

If people want to shop, grab some fast food, dine out or see a movie they probably need to drive to the north end of Tooele’s Main Street to find what they need. If people want to...

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Feds need ground for new Tooele post office

Thursday, May 5th, 2005

Feds need ground for new Tooele post office

In two years Tooele should have a new post office. Representatives from the United States Postal Service made it official in a public meeting yesterday. They want to close the post office at 65 N. Main St....

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Tooele leaders propose ‘conservative’ budget

Thursday, May 5th, 2005

Tooele leaders propose ‘conservative’ budget

Commercial and residential growth in Tooele continue to increase which means more money available to run the city, but city administrators plan a conservative approach for the upcoming fiscal year. “Although retail stores continue to invest in...

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Thursday, May 5th, 2005

Tooele Police Chief earns USU master’s

Leading a police department in a growing city requires specialized skills. Tooele City Police Chief Ron Kirby believes he gained some of those skills by completing two years of classes at Utah State University Tooele Campus. Kirby...

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Suspicious activity leads officers to advise parents to warn kids about stranger danger

Thursday, May 5th, 2005

Suspicious activity leads officers to advise parents to warn kids about stranger danger

Police officers said a Tooele Junior High eighth-grader made a smart move when she ran away from a man who wanted to take her for a ride last week. The eight-grader was walking up Garden Street en...

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Thursday, May 5th, 2005

District appoints new leader

Instead of starting a summer vacation when school lets out this year, Robert K. Young will begin work as assistant superintendent for the Tooele County School District on July 1. Young is the principal at Tooele’s Harris...

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Tuesday, May 3rd, 2005

Firefighters drown blaze

Quick response time by Tooele City firefighters helped a man salvage several of his woodworking tools yesterday. It will likely take about $7,000 however, to rebuild the shed. Flames had engulfed a shed at 400 South and...

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Tuesday, May 3rd, 2005

County celebrates Arbor Day

Tooele residents honored three former Tooele City mayors last Friday during the city’s Arbor Day celebration. Honoring former mayors is a tradition at the annual event. Fear of rain drove the program from Settlers Park on the...

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Tuesday, May 3rd, 2005

It’s time for a … Spring haircut

While growing up in Grantsville, Robert Pitt showed little interest in the sheep business. Robert’s father Craig has raised sheep his entire life and knows the ins and outs of the business. But his young son Robert...

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