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Thursday, January 17th, 2019

‘New’ County Commission gives new assignments

The Tooele County Commission has two new members, new assignments, and a new format for its agenda. Nominated by Commissioner Kendall Thomas and seconded by Commissioner Shawn Milne, Commissioner Tom Tripp was unanimously elected as chairman of...

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Commissioners give report on their duties

Thursday, January 17th, 2019

Commissioners give report on their duties

New on Tuesday night’s Tooele County Commission agenda was an item labeled “Commission Update.” The commission update will be a regular item on the county commission agenda, according to Commission Chairman Tom Tripp. Tripp described the commission...

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County tables rezone request for land near Grantsville

Thursday, January 17th, 2019

County tables rezone request for land near Grantsville

The Tooele County Planning Commission tabled a rezone request for a piece of property that sits just north of Grantsville City limits. Sam Clegg, a Tooele County-based contractor, requested that the county rezone a 6.65-acre parcel on...

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Tuesday, January 15th, 2019

State issues gradeless report cards for schools

Two-thirds of the schools in Tooele County would have received the rating of typical or better on their school report card if state issued report cards listed school’s ratings based on their overall performance score. The Utah...

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Thursday, January 10th, 2019

2019 is year for rebuilding at racetrack

2019 will be a rebuilding year for Utah Motorsports Campus, according to Dixon Hunt, UMC vice-president of marketing and partnerships. “Up to this point, we ran the facility for the county on a year-by-year agreement,” he said....

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Help sought for annual homeless count

Thursday, January 10th, 2019

Help sought for annual homeless count

The Tooele County’s Local Homeless Coordinating Council is looking for help counting homeless people. Volunteers are needed to conduct in-depth surveys with people sleeping outside, in cars and in abandoned buildings in the early mornings of Jan....

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Thursday, January 10th, 2019

The Acting Life

Performing as a professional actor in 20 different productions in 12 different states over a five year period can be a little hectic, but for Spencer Lawson it’s also living a dream. Lawson, a former Stansbury High...

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Tuesday, January 8th, 2019

Public packs room for swearing in ceremony

Five Tooele County officials raised their hands and swore an oath to support, obey and defend the Constitution of the United States, the Constitution of the state of Utah, and the ordinances of Tooele County in a...

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Tuesday, January 8th, 2019

Active transport plan born out of need to improve citizens’ health

If you want money, you need a plan. That was Kim Clausing’s thought four years ago as she first embarked on a journey to build a coordinated network of active transport pathways through Tooele County. The first...

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Tuesday, January 8th, 2019

Residents urged to check their homes for radon

Invisible to the eye and without any smell or taste, radon gas may leak unknowingly into your house, causing cancer. Utah Gov. Gary Herbert has declared January to be National Radon Action Month, joining a national initiative...

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