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Citizen history

Tuesday, February 13th, 2018

Citizen history

A bit of significant citizen history happened in Tooele County on Feb. 2. On that day, the Tooele County Government Study Committee submitted its final report to the Tooele County Clerk’s office for a mandatory review by...

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Fact and Science

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

Fact and Science

The Tooele County Board of Health made a key decision last month that hopefully will result in continued heightened stewardship of Tooele Valley groundwater and the prudent use of conventional septic tank systems in unincorporated areas of...

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Commuters take note

Tuesday, January 30th, 2018

Commuters take note

If you’re one of the estimated 15,000-plus local people who commute to the east every morning for work, and west every evening to come home, there’s a public meeting next week you won’t want to miss. You...

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A grand edifice

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

A grand edifice

The final test of civilization of a people is the respect they have for law. —Lewis F. Korns If Lewis F. Korns’ words, from his 1915 book “Thoughts,” are true, it could be said Grantsville City and...

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Duly warned

Tuesday, January 16th, 2018

Duly warned

After a terribly dry start to the 2017-18 water year, which began on Oct. 1, it looks like Tooele County may be headed back to persistent drought, an unwanted status that it held for years, but gladly...

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Thank you, Mayor

Tuesday, January 9th, 2018

Thank you, Mayor

When Mayor Patrick Dunlavy walked out of the mayor’s office at Tooele City Hall for the last time on Dec. 29, he left a legacy on Main Street and throughout the city that he and his family...

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A better route

Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018

A better route

Due to Tooele County’s vast size, growing population and complexity of issues, choosing the Tooele Transcript Bulletin’s top 10 stories of the year is never an easy task — and 2017 was no exception. We made those...

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Check the air

Tuesday, December 19th, 2017

Check the air

You could see the brown and gray smog begin to creep up from the Great Salt Lake into Tooele Valley in early December. By Dec. 6, Tooele County residents, along with the rest of the Wasatch Front,...

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Do the math

Tuesday, December 12th, 2017

Do the math

In an editorial two weeks ago, we rendered support for the Tooele County Commission’s choice to pay a $1.55 million settlement to Center Point Management and other related parties to end a lawsuit that has stopped the...

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Generous spirit

Tuesday, December 5th, 2017

Generous spirit

Tooele County citizens are renowned for having a generous spirit toward others in need. Whenever a crisis hits, like the big wildfire that struck a Tooele City neighborhood on July 19, 2016, or a call goes out...

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