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Wednesday, May 18th, 2022

Tooele Tech graduates 340+

Tooele Technical College awarded over 340 certificates during their graduation ceremony on Thursday, May 12. The weather held out for the ceremony, which was held outside on the lawn to the east of their main building at...

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Wednesday, May 18th, 2022

Special Olympics Torch Run

The Utah Special Olympic Torch made a run through Tooele County on May 6.  Officers from the Tooele County Sheriff’s Department, the Grantsville Police Department, and the Tooele City Police Department participated in the 2022 Law Enforcement...

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Local art gallery to host art show to benefit Ukrainian refugees

Wednesday, May 18th, 2022

Local art gallery to host art show to benefit Ukrainian refugees

Gallery 28, located at the Merc Plaza in Tooele, will be hosting an art show May 27-29 and all funds raised will be donated to displaced Ukrainian Refugees. The idea for the art show to benefit refugees...

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Wednesday, May 18th, 2022

Another year of band camp is starting

Sponsored by the Tooele Valley Youth Symphony, summer band camp is designed to get kids hooked on making music. The Music FUNdamentals Camp, now in its fifth year, is a five-day event designed to help students throughout...

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Wednesday, May 11th, 2022

Missing Salt Lake woman found dead near Five Mile Pass

A missing Salt Lake woman was found dead on Friday, May 6 near a popular recreation area in Tooele County.    A body found near the Five Mile Pass Recreation Area was identified as Brooklyn Tyree, 23, of...

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Wednesday, May 11th, 2022

Tooele City graffiti nets two arrests

Two men were arrested Monday and charged with felonies for vandalism and criminal trespass  after they collectively caused over $50,000 of damage by tagging different locations throughout Tooele City. “We had had several unsolved graffiti cases from...

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Wednesday, May 11th, 2022

Tooele Christians celebrate National Day of Prayer

Pastors, Christian leaders, and Tooele City’s mayor gathered at the Veteran’s Memorial Park in Tooele City on May 5 to honor the National Day of Prayer. From noon to 1 p.m., those in attendance began a short...

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Wednesday, May 11th, 2022

Stansbury Hope Squad gets big check

The LIfe’s Worth Living Foundation presented the Stansbury High School Hope Squad with a check for $7,285 on Monday afternoon — along with a pizza party. The funds were the Hope Squad’s share of funds from Life...

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Open detonations resume at TED

Wednesday, May 11th, 2022

Open detonations resume at TED

Detonations have resumed at the Tooele Army Depot North and South Areas. Officials from TEAD want to remind the public that the noises and shaking during detonation time isn’t a bomb or an earthquake. Detonations resume each...

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Wednesday, May 11th, 2022

Stansbury student picked for National Hope Squad

A Stansbury High School student has been selected to join the National Hope Squad Board. Alivia Walker, a junior at SHS, was selected after a rigorous process to join the national board for Hope Squad, according to...

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