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Summer camp unlocks creativity, inventing skills

Tuesday, April 5th, 2005

Summer camp unlocks creativity, inventing skills

Perhaps one of the next great inventions in the world will come from a Tooele County elementary student now learning basic math. Teachers at East Elementary in Tooele want to help young students throughout the county unleash...

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Home Depot, Lowe’s in race for Tooele sites

Thursday, March 31st, 2005

Home Depot, Lowe’s in race for Tooele sites

Tooele City’s business district continues to migrate toward Erda with Home Depot, Lowe’s and Al & Lid Furniture all working on preliminary plans to establish stores on the north side of Tooele along state Route 36. The...

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Johnson shines in Utah’s ‘Under-40’ galaxy

Thursday, March 31st, 2005

Johnson shines in Utah’s ‘Under-40’ galaxy

People may make wisecracks about lawyers, but Tooele City Councilman Michael Johnson is proud of his profession and honored to be an attorney. “I like what I do,” he said. And colleagues concur he is one of...

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Tuesday, March 29th, 2005

Utah soldiers honor Airman lost in Iraq

Airman 1st Class Antoine J. Holt did not reside in Utah, but when bombs ended his life in Iraq, it was a tragic event for several Utah Air National Guardsmen. Members of the 109th Air Control Squadron,...

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Search under way for new superintendent

Tuesday, March 29th, 2005

Search under way for new superintendent

Prior to the hiring of Superintendent Larry Shumway six years ago, former district superintendents at Tooele County School District did not last long on the job for various reasons. But now with Shumway’s decision not to seek...

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Audit gives Tooele City clean bill of health

Tuesday, March 29th, 2005

Audit gives Tooele City clean bill of health

An independent auditor’s report shows Tooele City is complying with all state and federal laws in accounting for revenues and expenditures. “The main thing is that it’s a clean audit. Back in ‘99 there were some issues,...

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Thursday, March 24th, 2005

G-ville school remodel begins

When students vacated Grantsville Middle School for spring break this week, work crews began to demolish onefifth of the building. Demolition is the first phase of a $4 million renovationremodel project which will bring the building up...

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Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

Sociable tradition brings them home

Grantsville residents past and present poured into town Saturday for the 121st Old Folk’s Socialble. The annual event pays special tribute to current and former residents age 75 and older. These guests were treated to a reception...

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Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

Restrictions prevail despite more water

The water situation throughout Utah improved slightly this year, but like the rest of the state Tooele is still scrambling to find and conserve water. “It’s important that our citizens continue to conserve water,” Mayor Charlie Roberts...

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