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Grantsville planning commission OKs CUP for Clark Farm cemetery

Tuesday, December 15th, 2015

Grantsville planning commission OKs CUP for Clark Farm cemetery

The Grantsville City Planning and Zoning Commission approved a conditional use permit last week that would allow the creation of a cemetery at the Clark Historic Farm. At the Dec. 10 meeting, the approximate five-acre area, recently...

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Thursday, December 10th, 2015

Benefit fund to help family in severe crisis

Editor’s note: The Curtis and Trina Cook family in Grantsville are the chosen recipients of this year’s Tooele Transcript Bulletin Benefit Fund. The family is experiencing a medical crisis. Donations to help the family will be accepted...

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Improved responses to threats at schools sought by officials

Thursday, December 10th, 2015

Improved responses to threats at schools sought by officials

Emergency managers, police and school officials want to improve response protocol to threats, including active shooters, in Tooele County schools. Every year, county emergency management identifies an issue that its public safety stakeholders need to pay extra...

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Stansbury Park Service Agency gives nod to $1.25M budget

Thursday, December 10th, 2015

Stansbury Park Service Agency gives nod to $1.25M budget

The Stansbury Park Service Agency board unanimously approved a $1.25 million budget for 2016 at its meeting Wednesday night but not before a debate about a proposed 8 percent pay increase for its employees. Service agency board...

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Grantsville lauded for clean audit

Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

Grantsville lauded for clean audit

Grantsville City received a clean audit report for the 2015 fiscal year, its second in a row, during last Wednesday’s city council meeting. Ron Stewart from Gilbert & Stewart, CPA, of Provo, presented the results of the...

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Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

Cops find a new way to serve community at Tip-A-Cop

The server staff at Casa Del Rey in Grantsville wore a different uniform during the dinner rush Monday night. Officers from the Grantsville City Police Department and deputies with the Tooele County Sheriff’s Office tried their hand...

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Weber County woman in court for felony count of auto homicide

Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

Weber County woman in court for felony count of auto homicide

A Hooper woman made her first appearance in Third District Court Monday morning after she allegedly caused a fatal, single-vehicle accident on Interstate 80 in August. Ann Margaret Fearn, 48, was charged with second-degree felony automobile homicide...

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Thursday, December 3rd, 2015

Unclaimed bikes to help burn victims

Unclaimed bikes collected by the Tooele City Police Department will be put to a higher purpose through a partnership with West Valley City. Three firefighters from the West Valley City Fire Department were in Tooele City on...

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Part of Clark Farm rezoned for cemetery

Thursday, December 3rd, 2015

Part of Clark Farm rezoned for cemetery

A portion of the Clark Historic Farm property was rezoned by the Grantsville City Council Wednesday night, paving the way for future cemetery development. The council approved rezoning approximately five acres of land to the north and...

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Grantsville schools closed while police chase and catch fugitive

Thursday, December 3rd, 2015

Grantsville schools closed while police chase and catch fugitive

The fugitive that caused schools in Grantsville to institute a lockout Tuesday afternoon has been charged with four misdemeanor charges. Michael Paul Busico, 34, of Tooele, is being held in the Tooele County Detention Center and is...

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