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Thursday, August 17th, 2017

Stansbury tennis team sinks Pirates at home

The Stansbury High girls tennis team had some great serves and the doubles teams showed aggression at the net during Wednesday’s home match against Cyprus, but the girls’ mental game needs work, coach Jacob Jones said. Cyprus’...

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Tooele tennis team falls 5-1 to Wasps

Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

Tooele tennis team falls 5-1 to Wasps

While the Tooele girls tennis team dropped its pre-season opener Thursday at home to Juab 5-1, there were a lot of positives, according to coach Pat Ciervo. The big positive of the afternoon was that the Buffaloes’...

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Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

Tooele routs Juab 5-0 in preseason home opener

It was déjà vu at the Tooele High soccer field Monday as the Buffaloes’ girls soccer team captured its second pre-season game 5-0, this time topping Juab. The previous game the girls had played was at West...

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Tuesday, August 8th, 2017

Ross, 15, aims for spot on U.S. squad

While most incoming freshmen are now worrying about finding classes and a locker, one Grantsville freshman is just days away from a North Carolina USA Baseball National Team tryout where coaches could pick him for the 16,...

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Thursday, August 3rd, 2017

Tennis squads boast young lineups

The three buzzwords the valley’s girls tennis coaches used to describe their 2017 high school teams are young, inexperienced and change. But all three head coaches are optimistic about the direction those programs are heading. While perennial...

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Thursday, July 27th, 2017

Rodeo runs in Rush Valley family

Sisters Aspyn Jo and Saige Sagers, of Rush Valley, were born 15 months apart and raised to rodeo. So, rodeoing together as teens is bound to be a rollercoaster ride. But that ride was colossal at the...

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Thursday, July 20th, 2017

My wild ride 18 years ago — and I wish I could do it all again

July is a big deal for the Bradfields. Our wedding anniversary is on July 6. Our middle child’s birthday was earlier in the month, and our last two turn 18 and 20 in a few days. They...

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Monday, July 3rd, 2017

Charley Warr was a man of ‘faith, family and agriculture’

Family and friends say Erda native and lifetime resident, Charles “Charley” Robert Warr, was an advocate for farmers’ rights, who loved his family foremost, but who also prized his community, Tooele Valley and working the land as...

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Monday, July 3rd, 2017

Green Parade

To celebrate its Fourth of July parade, Grantsville City named as grand marshals the couple who helped inspire the community to its “Tree City USA” status. Gary Fawson, and his wife, Janet, have served the community —...

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Thursday, June 29th, 2017

Eight contestants will vie for Miss Grantsville on Monday

Eight young women will vie for the Miss Grantsville City crown at Grantsville High School’s auditorium Monday night. The doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the scholarship pageant will begin at 6 p.m. The following biographies, provided...

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