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Ombudsman rules gravel pit CUP no longer in effect

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

Ombudsman rules gravel pit CUP no longer in effect

A conditional use permit issued for a gravel pit across Silver Avenue from South Rim is no longer in effect, according to the Utah Office of the Property Rights Ombudsman. However, the gravel pit may continue to...

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Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

Prospector Trail to be diverted around Vernon

A popular multi-county OHV trail system has been rerouted around the town of Vernon. Tooele County, Vernon, Bureau of Land Management, and state parks and recreation officials met last month in Vernon and agreed on a new...

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Thursday, December 1st, 2016

Racetrack sale to RDA headed for long trial?

Wishing for a Christmas miracle, Tooele County officials left a Salt Lake court room disappointed Tuesday. Third District Court Judge Randall Skanchy denied pre-trial motions for summary judgment filed by Tooele County and the county’s redevelopment agency....

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Thursday, December 1st, 2016

County teachers the least paid in Utah, study says

Pay for classroom teachers in the Tooele County School District is at the bottom of the bottom. Pay for the average teacher in Utah was $45,848 in 2015, according to statistics from the National Education Association. That...

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Thursday, December 1st, 2016

Citizens want county to listen about gravel pit

Turned away at a September meeting, residents of South Rim are anxiously waiting for the opportunity to speak. Denied that opportunity at a Sept. 7 planning commission meeting, South Rim residents are hopeful a Dec. 14 planning...

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Thursday, December 1st, 2016

West Elementary again wins prize for walking to school

West Elementary got its third golden shoe this week. For the third consecutive year, the school received the Golden Shoe trophy from the Utah Department of Transportation. The trophy was presented to West Elementary by UDOT officials...

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Tuesday, November 29th, 2016

Dual language program gains 2 more schools

Russian is coming to Tooele Schools next fall. The Tooele County School Board approved the expansion of the school district’s dual language immersion program at their Nov. 8 meeting. Rose Springs Elementary School will become the school...

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Tuesday, November 29th, 2016

TATC picks Dugway resident for 2016 Student of the Year

Tooele Applied Technology College’s Student of the Year is a retired U.S. Army colonel who enrolled at the school to study information technology. Gail McGraw, 57, recently retired and moved to Dugway Proving Ground to join her...

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Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

Monday canvass of votes show no big changes

Lake Point’s incorporation moved closer to passing after a canvass of election day results. No election winners changed as a result of Monday’s noon canvass by the Tooele County Commission, which served as the county’s board of...

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Countdown begins for county government study process

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

Countdown begins for county government study process

Tooele County officials are scrambling to meet a 10-day deadline since local voters approved Proposition No. 14 on Nov. 8. It may sound like a strange process, but the state code that spells out the steps for...

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