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Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

Dairy trio crowned to help area stay fit, active and drink milk

Tooele County has a new royalty who wants to inspire students and residents to be fit, active and consume dairy. Tiffanee Bird, the county’s 2017 Dairy Princess, was crowned Thursday at the annual scholarship pageant alongside her...

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Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

Oblad wins three state titles, Eyre wins javelin crown

While the big schools racked up new state records at the final track meet of the season at BYU Saturday, two Stansbury track stars set new Stallion marks. In addition, the Stansbury boys and girls teams finished...

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Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

Great Scot!

Dancing, history and genealogy are three facets of this Stansbury High School Language Arts teacher’s Scottish passion to which she is devoting her life. All four of Richelle Augustine’s grandparents emigrated from Scotland to the United States...

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Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

Grantsville routs Juan Diego in first game of 3A tourney

Despite the wind, cold and the threat of rain, the Grantsville girls kept their bats and gloves hot for a home-field, 12-2 rout of Juan Diego on Saturday morning. In each of the first two innings, the...

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Buffs cruise past Grizzlies, Stallions fall to Ridgeline

Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

Buffs cruise past Grizzlies, Stallions fall to Ridgeline

The Tooele High girls proved themselves worthy of the state playoffs on Saturday in Cedar City with a solid 13-0 victory over Logan. Though the Buffs only had two innings where they scored — the second and...

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Thursday, May 11th, 2017

Tennis tourney begins today

The Stansbury and Grantsville High tennis teams will be fighting for the right to hang with the best at the Class 3A state boys tennis tournament the next two days. Play begins at 8:30 and 8:45 a.m.,...

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Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

Dye, Ruebush win region No. 1 doubles title for SHS

Park City looked strong at the region tournament at Tooele High Thursday, but Stansbury had some surprise upsets that portend a successful run at state. Stansbury’s first doubles tennis team, Rendon Dye and Scott Ruebush, showed tenacity...

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Thursday, May 4th, 2017

My top five reasons why my heart belongs to Tooele County

When my husband and I were planning a move back to Utah from a rural gold mining town in Nevada 16 years ago, I told him, “anywhere but Tooele.” Just over three years later, when he got...

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Thursday, May 4th, 2017

Seeds of Service

Five years ago Erda resident Brequelle Smith had a sixth grade teacher who inspired her to serve others and have a global vision. Brequelle will launch that vision June 30 with her humanitarian dream, from the Salt...

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Transcript Bulletin wins top awards for news, advertising

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017

Transcript Bulletin wins top awards for news, advertising

The Tooele Transcript Bulletin’s trophy case expanded by 17 awards Saturday with five first places in photography, news and sports reporting. The Transcript claimed the awards in the Utah Press Association’s annual Better Newspaper Contest. In addition...

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