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Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

Transcript Bulletin garners awards at SPJ banquet

The Tooele Transcript Bulletin received the most number of top awards in the state in its category at an annual banquet Thursday night. The awards, sponsored by the Utah Headliners Society of Professional Journalists chapter, recognized the...

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Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

Twelve talented teens vie for Miss Tooele City on June 29

A dozen local young women are brushing up on current events, honing communication skills and rehearsing their talents for the Miss Tooele City pageant on June 29. The girl’s personalities will be the focus of the event...

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Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

From UMC to up-and-coming

He’s practically a Tooelean. And now he is more than practically pro. Though he grew up in Roy, Gauge Rees has breathed more Tooele air into his lungs than most 16-year-olds in his neighborhood. He spent the...

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Thursday, June 15th, 2017

In his 60s, Spence finishes his fifth Boston Marathon

Ken Spence, 61 of Tooele, has been running for 35 years, and for someone who didn’t start until he was 26, to now have six trips to the Boston race under his belt is an amazing feat....

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Tuesday, June 13th, 2017

Heavy Art

His large planters greet visitors to Tooele High School’s front entryway. Another 26 once dotted Tooele City’s Main Street. But customers will find his most recent work at the side of his Tooele home and it’s all...

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Thursday, June 1st, 2017

So Long, Farewell

The last chalkboard at West Elementary will soon leave just like the teacher who wrote on it for the past 35 years. Collette Williams was one of those few teachers who taught the same grade in the...

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Thursday, June 1st, 2017

Hinkle, 9, to compete at BMX World Cup in July

A Middle Canyon Elementary fourth-grader who began her sport as a two-year-old on a pedal-less, chainless bike is headed for a world competition next month. Nine-year-old Kelsey Hinkle is one of 18 Utah riders going to the...

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Tuesday, May 30th, 2017

Graduations 2017: Principal advises SHS graduates to ‘sail, discover more beyond the reef’

“Don’t be afraid to become what you were meant to be” was the message over 380 Stansbury High School graduates received from their principal during commencement Thursday. Before SHS Principal Gailynn Warr offered her closing remarks and...

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Thursday, May 25th, 2017

The start of a dynasty: 25 years ago

She remembers them as talented team players and friends on and off the field. Now she can’t believe it’s been 25 years since their back-to-back state softball titles. Susan Rydalch, the lady who coached the Tooele High...

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Thursday, May 25th, 2017

A Military Legacy

Memorial Day is when we remember those who sacrificed their lives while serving in our nation’s armed forces, but two local former military men say the families of fallen soldiers should also be thanked for the experiences...

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