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Tuesday, June 24th, 2014

Supreme Court rules against Tooele City

Tooele City must pay either $1.6 million or post a security bond for that amount if it wants to avoid making annual payments to a developer while it appeals a $20.7 million judgment, according to the state’s...

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Grantville approves budget with ‘slight’ increase in costs

Tuesday, June 24th, 2014

Grantville approves budget with ‘slight’ increase in costs

While the Grantsville City 2014-15 budget has crept up 3 percent from the current fiscal year, the certified tax rate has dropped about the same amount, giving property owners  a slight break on their taxes. The $4.2...

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Preparations under way for Tooele City summer roadwork

Tuesday, June 24th, 2014

Preparations under way for Tooele City summer roadwork

Tooele City outlined its plans for this summer’s road maintenance work during a city council meeting last week. The city has identified 13 segments of road that are due for various maintenance treatments. Last Wednesday, the city...

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Tuesday, June 24th, 2014

Family escapes early-morning fire that destroyed home

An early-morning fire displaced a Stansbury Park family and destroyed their home on Saturday. Chief Randy Willden of the North Tooele County Fire District said the man and woman, their adult son and their grandson, were asleep...

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Thursday, June 5th, 2014

‘Unusual’ grass fires cause I-80 closure

A series of grass fires shut down Interstate 80 to eastbound traffic again Wednesday night. Ryan Willden, public information officer for the North Tooele County Fire District, said firefighters responded to fight eight small fires spread out...

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New $1.5M tax ‘necessary’ for Co. budget

Thursday, June 5th, 2014

New $1.5M tax ‘necessary’ for Co. budget

Even with $1.5 million in revenue from a proposed new tax, the true costs of providing city-like services to unincorporated areas of Tooele County will run $85,000 short this year. That is Zions Bank Public Finance’s final...

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Thursday, June 5th, 2014

May compounds drought, but weather may change

Disappointing May weather put Tooele City another inch behind the water year’s anticipated precipitation total — but National Weather Service meteorologists believe change may be brewing in the eastern Pacific ocean. Tooele saw just .82 inches of...

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Thursday, June 5th, 2014

Stansbury High changes its address

Stansbury High School, which has been on Aberdeen Lane in Stansbury Park since it opened in 2009, can no longer be found there. But the school didn’t move. Tooele County Commissioners approved an ordinance at their meeting...

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Thursday, May 29th, 2014

Grantsville graduates told to ‘have full confidence’

Amid waves of applause, members of the 2014 graduating class of Grantsville High School walked across the stage in the gymnasium Wednesday to receive their diplomas as the 100th class since the school was organized. “What is...

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Thursday, May 29th, 2014

Blue Peak graduates told to own ‘their lives’

Tooele County School District’s Blue Peak High School graduated 25 students in a ceremony Tuesday evening in the Community Learning Center’s gymnasium. An overworked air conditioner labored to pump cool air into a hot school gym that...

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