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Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018

Citizens make move to halt zone change in Stansbury

Some Stansbury Park residents are taking a stand against a rezone that opens the way for a developer to build apartments south of the Stansbury Health Center. Stansbury Park resident Erin Giles filed a referendum last week...

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Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018

Willow Elementary jumps from gold to platinum for STEM achievements

Willow Elementary School in Grantsville is a platinum school. Designated in 2017 as a Gold STEM school, Willow Elementary has worked to upgrade its STEM status to platinum, the highest STEM level recognized by the Utah Stem...

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School district adds two locations to 2018 summer lunch program

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018

School district adds two locations to 2018 summer lunch program

Starting the day after Labor Day, the Tooele County School District will serve lunch in six locations in the county. The Summer Food Service Program will start May 29 and run until Aug. 10, except no lunch...

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Thursday, May 17th, 2018

County OK’s rezone for apartments in Stansbury

Stansbury Park will be getting apartments on Country Club Drive, while the fate of another proposed high-density development in the Stansbury area is on hold. The Tooele County Commission approved Tuesday a request to rezone a 5.38-acre...

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Thursday, May 17th, 2018

‘Hugs’ are the favorite part for new Guest Teacher of the Year

Angie Allen isn’t a full-time teacher, but she spends every school day teaching at Grantsville Elementary School. Allen has been a guest teacher for the Tooele County School District for five years. She has been selected by...

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Thursday, May 17th, 2018

School district support staff to get hourly pay raise next year

Classified employees in the Tooele County School District will be getting a raise. The school district and the Tooele Education Support Professionals Association have reached a tentative agreement on 2018 negotiations. Each classified employee in the school...

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Tuesday, May 15th, 2018

Candidates for sheriff debate issues

Tooele County’s only candidates for sheriff faced each other in a public question and answer session Thursday night on the stage at Excelsior Academy in Erda. Over 300 people heard Dean Adams and Paul Wimmer respond to...

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Tuesday, May 15th, 2018

Bamboo Meadows to sell homegrown bamboo in Tooele

A Tooele City man may soon be shipping bamboo trees around the world. Rodney Meadows has obtained a business license from Tooele City allowing him to grow and sell bamboo trees trees from a 1.5-acre field north...

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Tuesday, May 15th, 2018

Tooele Masonic Lodge to hold open house, fundraiser Saturday

The building at the mouth of Settlement Canyon with no windows will open its doors to the public this weekend. The Rocky Mountain Lodge #11, also known as the Tooele Masonic Lodge, will hold an open house...

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School board considering new policy for student homework

Thursday, May 10th, 2018

School board considering new policy for student homework

The Tooele County School Board wants to turn the school district’s one-year-old guidelines on homework into a uniform district-wide policy. The school board advanced a draft policy on homework to second reading status during its meeting on...

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