Boats float in Stansbury Lake during the fireworks show Saturday night at the closing of Stansbury Days.
Grantsville resident Helen Crosby holds the first salt and pepper shaker that she bought in 1952 Tuesday afternoon in her sitting room. Crosby now has over 3,000 ceramic salt and pepper shakers, but her favorite is still the first.
9-year-old Nola Morrison trick or treats down main street Saturday at the Downtown Alliance Trick or Treat event.
Grantsville Elementary School 5th grader Skyler Anthony performs with other 5th grade Elvis Presleys at a Patriotic Pageant Wednesday night.
St Marguerites kindergartner Noelani Hegwood finishes her apple while the rest of her class gets a drink of water after recess.
Vietnam veteran Gordon Beals rides his horse down Pine Canyon Road Wednesday morning, Beals rides his horse with a flag every 24th of July, 4th of July, Memorial Day and Veterans day for five years.
Stockton resident, Leland Hogan was recently elected to his fifth two-year term as president of the Utah Farm Bureau
Emily Salcedl rehearses for the Tooele High School dance concert Wednesday night.
Fred and Elane Hale dace at the 125th Old Folks Sociable Saturday at Grantsville High School. The Hales have been married for 59 years.
Yamaha World Superbike Team driver Ben Spies leans into the Club House turn in the second race of the HANNspree Superbike World Championship round 7 at Miller Motorsports Park Sunday. Spies won both races bumping him up to second place overall.
Weston Warr and Whitney Staker dance at the Tooele High School junior prom Friday at the Utah State Capitol.
Tooele resident Bud White talks about his plans for the day while walking with family members Thursday morning on Smelter Road while Brandy Dill wrangles the groups six dogs back onto the road.
Zack Harrell chases down a calf Saturday during calf roping at the Rush Valley Rodeo.
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