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Tuesday, March 19th, 2019

Metal detecting at park leads to high school ring recovery

A long lost Tooele High School class ring has found its way back to its owner. Kasey Nobles’ Class of 2006 high school ring was returned to him last week by Josh Johnson, who found the ring...

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Tuesday, March 19th, 2019

Fair board announces Phil Vassar as concert headliner for this year

Spring hasn’t even arrived yet, but the Tooele County Fair Board is gearing up for this summer’s county fair. Ron Baum, fair board chairman, announced this week the selection of country songwriter and performing artist Phil Vassar...

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Tuesday, March 19th, 2019

Autoshop presents veteran with new set of wheels

A Tooele veteran now has a reconditioned electric wheelchair to drive to Walmart. Vietnam veteran Robert Isom was surprised Saturday afternoon with a new electric wheelchair presented by Brian Hall, owner of Autotech, an automotive shop located...

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Thursday, March 14th, 2019

After 3 years victim selection bill passes

After three years of effort a bill that enhances penalties for crimes based on the targeting of victims has passed the Utah State Legislature. Senate Bill 103, Victim Targeting Penalty Enhancements, passed the House and the Senate...

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Thursday, March 14th, 2019

I may write a sports story someday, but it may not be what you expect

It’s probably time to bury my high school letterman’s jacket. It took me a while to find it. It was in a cardboard box in the garage under a bunch of old T-shirts. Moths or some other...

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Tuesday, March 12th, 2019

Roads in Saddleback stir citizen anger

The Tooele County Planning Commission approved a road that was already built and the closing of a road that was already closed during its March 6 meeting. The planning commission recommended that the County Commission approve a...

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Gravel and sand bill moves to full Senate for approval

Tuesday, March 12th, 2019

Gravel and sand bill moves to full Senate for approval

A House bill changing the way gravel, sand and rock aggregate operations are governed was amended in the Senate of the Utah Legislature before a committee gave its approval. The Senate Business and Labor Committee voted 5-2...

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Tuesday, March 12th, 2019

Grantsville High School gets new weight room

Grantsville High School students now have a new weight room because of a school bond approved by voters in 2015. GHS and school district officials held a ribbon cutting for a new 10,877-square-foot weight room at Grantsville...

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Tuesday, March 12th, 2019

Utah becomes 14th state to call for U.S. constitutional convention

A resolution sponsored by a Tooele County legislator has made Utah the 14th state to call for a convention to amend the U.S. Constitution. Senate Joint Resolution 9, which calls for a federal constitutional convention with limited...

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County recommends management plans for inventoried roadless areas

Thursday, March 7th, 2019

County recommends management plans for inventoried roadless areas

The Tooele County Planning Commission put its approval on a plan for managing the county’s inventoried roadless areas during its meeting Wednesday night at the county building. The proposed amendment to the state mandated County Resource Management...

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