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Thursday, July 18th, 2019

Gould takes over command of Dugway Proving Ground

Col. Scott D. Gould took the reins of Dugway Proving Ground during a change of command ceremony Thursday morning, replacing Col. Brant D. Hoskins after he served his two-year stint as commander. The change-of-command ceremony was overseen...

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Thursday, July 18th, 2019

Fire near South Rim leaves 351 acres burned

A wildland fire scorched 351 acres just north of South Rim after it was sparked yesterday afternoon.  The fire was first reported at about 4 p.m. on Wednesday and quickly expanded up the mountainside and away from...

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Nutzman declared disqualified to serve on Stockton Town Council

Thursday, July 18th, 2019

Nutzman declared disqualified to serve on Stockton Town Council

A Stockton Town Councilman has been deemed not qualified for the office after the town’s attorney determined he was not a registered voter when selected to fill a vacancy in a special election.  David Nutzman, who was...

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Thursday, July 18th, 2019

Tooele City raises cemetery fees

The Tooele City Council approved an increase to most of its cemetery fees during its meeting Wednesday evening.  The proposed cost of resident grave spaces and upright resident grave space will increase $100 to $600 and $900,...

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Thursday, July 18th, 2019

RDA OKs development agreement for 1000 North retail project

The Tooele City Redevelopment Agency approved a development agreement for a retail development on 1000 North, pending final approval of a site plan.  The development agreement for the 33-acre property with M-53 Associates includes a tax increment...

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Thursday, July 18th, 2019

Dog Days of summer have a saving grace – La Grande Boucle

As many fans can attest, the opportunity to spectate sports, whether in person or on television, drops off dramatically in the summer.  It’s probably a good thing — there are better things to do than just sit...

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Sheriff identifies Bargain Buggy’s burglary suspects

Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

Sheriff identifies Bargain Buggy’s burglary suspects

Three Salt Lake County residents have been identified as suspects in connection with the burglary of Bargain Buggy’s in June.  Joshua Gibson, 38, of West Valley City; Cindy James, 39, of Kearns; and Christine Rye, 39, of...

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Bat attacks woman in Stockton

Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

Bat attacks woman in Stockton

The Stockton Police Department is asking residents to be alert after a bat attacked a resident at their home last week.  In an informational post to its Facebook page, the police department said the resident was attacked...

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Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

LDS church in Stansbury damaged by vandalism

Three windows and an electronic door panel were damaged by vandals at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints building in Stansbury Park last Thursday. While three windows were broken, no entry was forced into the...

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Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

Artie Hemphill to bring country flavor to stage

For the fourth time, country music act Artie Hemphill and the Iron Horse Band will take the stage for Fridays on Vine this week.  The band, comprised of members from along the Wasatch Front, is fronted by...

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