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Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

Cheering Through Adversity

Taycee Johnson is an inspiration to nearly everyone she meets. That includes young girls who see her cheering at Southern Utah University sporting events, the friends who helped keep her alive after a life-threatening accident and the...

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Thursday, April 24th, 2014

Carving His Own Path

Ron Clements is the first to crack a joke in an elevator full of people, and he always thanks strangers for smiling at him. But the 64-year-old Tooele resident hasn’t always been this way. Throughout his adult...

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Thursday, March 20th, 2014

Our Story Lives On

Even after 130 years, the Grantsville Old Folks Sociable’s story continues to live on every year through the city’s traditions, growth, and past and present residents. The Sociable, which began in 1884, is the state’s longest-running community...

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Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

Junior Leaders Training Course

For the last two years, Sgt. Steve Harris has been working to help the students of Tooele County get ready for life after high school, particularly when it comes to military service. He teaches a military-inspired course...

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Ninigret Park will get railroad upgrades

Tuesday, June 11th, 2013

Ninigret Park will get railroad upgrades

An agreement between Tooele City Redevelopment Agency and Rocky Mountain Railcar and Repair will lead to several rail crossing improvements within Ninigret Depot. The upgrades will make the park, formally known as Utah Industrial Depot, more attractive...

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Tuesday, June 11th, 2013

Arts Festival will feature new contest to challenge local artists

For the first time ever, a unique art contest is being put on by the Tooele City Arts Council in conjunction with the annual Tooele Arts Festival. The contest, called a plein air art contest, will take...

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Thursday, June 6th, 2013

Stansbury family offers their pool for lessons

Because the Deseret Peak Aquatic Center is closed due to budget cuts, some local parents have fewer options this summer to provide swimming lessons for their children. But a Stansbury Park woman has created a solution to...

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Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Last week’s rain didn’t boost water outlook

Although Tooele County was pounded with rain last week, it wasn’t enough to decrease local water officials’ worries about the upcoming summer and drought that may follow. Gary Bevan, president of Settlement Canyon Irrigation Company, said as...

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Thursday, May 30th, 2013

Free triathlon clinic set for this Saturday

A free clinic will be held this Saturday for aspiring triathletes who want to learn how to better compete in the multi-discipline sport — or just finish their first triathlon. The clinic, which will be held June...

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Worst of construction for new gas pipeline on Droubay Road is ‘over’

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

Worst of construction for new gas pipeline on Droubay Road is ‘over’

The worst of the construction is over along Droubay Road where Questar Gas is finishing the installation of a new pipeline, company officials say. Last summer, Questar Gas began a project to replace about 10 miles of...

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