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Thursday, January 29th, 2015

Herbert: ‘We now have the ability to invest’

Gov. Gary Herbert paid homage to the nation’s greatest generation, and its future generations, during his State of the State address Wednesday night. The governor lauded the strength of the Utah economy as one reason the state...

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Thursday, January 29th, 2015

Stansbury begins comment period on incorporation study

Stansbury Park residents had their first opportunity to have their voices heard as they review a feasibility study to determine if the community should incorporate as a city. Nearly 100 residents attended the first of two public...

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Thursday, January 29th, 2015

SR-36 head-on crash injures two, slows morning commute

A two-vehicle accident on SR-36 closed down sections of the highway and slowed Wednesday morning’s commute. Just before 8 a.m., a white Fiat, which reportedly had been weaving in its lane, crossed out of the southbound lane...

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Man arrested while trying to rob store next to police station

Thursday, January 29th, 2015

Man arrested while trying to rob store next to police station

A Tooele man was arrested Tuesday night after he attempted to rob a convenience store — next to the Tooele City Police Station. According to a probable cause statement, Colby Anderson, 39, entered the 7-11 around 11:50...

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Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

‘Impatient drivers’ big contributor to crashes on SR-36

On Jan. 19, a white Honda Accord ran a red light at the intersection of SR-36 and Erda Way. The vehicle collided with a GMC pickup truck completing a left hand turn onto Erda Way. While both...

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Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

Search and Rescue honors members

The Tooele County Search and Rescue Team held its annual Officer’s Banquet on Jan. 13 and gave awards to members. Joey Nix was given the Outstanding Member of the Year Award, which is selected by the commander...

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Crime drops in Grantsville

Thursday, January 22nd, 2015

Crime drops in Grantsville

Crime is down in Grantsville, according to the city police department’s annual report. Grantsville Police Chief Kevin Turner presented the report’s findings to the city council on Wednesday. The crime rate in the city dipped about 2...

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Police use social media to reach out

Thursday, January 22nd, 2015

Police use social media to reach out

On Jan. 8 and 9, two local youths went missing and the Tooele City Police Department took to social media and asked for the public’s help to find them. The post for one missing youth was shared...

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Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

Nancy Carter bids farewell to Grantsville City Library

After years of storytelling and puppet shows, Nancy Carter retired from her position as a library technician at the Grantsville City Library last Thursday. Carter, 79, spent 12 years working with library programs in Tooele County including...

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Sheriff’s Deputy justified in Dec. 28 shooting

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

Sheriff’s Deputy justified in Dec. 28 shooting

A Tooele County Sheriff’s deputy was legally justified in using lethal force in the shooting death of a Stansbury Park man last month, the Tooele County Attorney’s Office ruled on Jan. 15. Sgt. Eli Wayman fired three...

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