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Friday, April 22nd, 2022

County Republicans select new state House representative

Tooele County Republican convention delegates turned down 12-year Republican legislative veteran Rep. Doug Sagers’ bid for another two year term during their convention at the Tooele High School gym on Thursday, April 21. Instead they selected Tim...

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Friday, April 22nd, 2022

Cause of Wednesday morning power outage undetermined

Over 18,506 Rocky Mountain Power customers lost service for around an hour and ten minutes on Wednesday morning, as of Thursday morning the company wasn’t certain what caused the outage. Early Wednesday morning — at 3:37 a.m....

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Thursday, April 21st, 2022

150 new jobs headed to Tooele County

A state tax incentive played a role in attracting a new manufacturer that will bring up to 150 jobs to Tooele County over a seven year period. The Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity announced last week...

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Wednesday, April 20th, 2022

Ernst moves up

The Tooele County School District has a new superintendent. In a special meeting held at 4 p.m. at the school district office on Friday, April 15, the Tooele County School Board of Directors approved the selection of...

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Knife involved in fight at Tooele High

Wednesday, April 20th, 2022

Knife involved in fight at Tooele High

No injuries were reported following an altercation that involved a knife on April 7 at Tooele High School. School resource officers at Tooele High School were notified of an assault that occurred in the rear parking lot...

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Wednesday, April 20th, 2022

School district breaks ground for new high school

A new high school is rising in Tooele County. The Tooele County School District held a groundbreaking ceremony for Deseret Peak High School on Thursday afternoon. The short ceremony included a presentation by HawkWatch International that included...

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Wednesday, April 20th, 2022

Trees to come down as Tooele City installs Vine Street sidewalk

With a $90,000 grant in hand from Utah Department of Transportation’s Safe Sidewalk program, Tooele City will soon install sidewalks near Tooele High School. However, the first step will be to remove over 20 trees, at the...

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Wednesday, April 20th, 2022

Elementary boundaries realigned in Grantsville and Stansbury Park

The Tooele County School District Board of Directors unanimously approved new boundaries for elementary schools in Grantsville and Stansbury during their April 12 meeting. Before voting on the boundary changes the school board held a second public...

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Wednesday, April 20th, 2022

Tooele graduate brings mascot to his alma mater

When a bull bison was found with a broken leg in the Henry Mountains in south central Utah Department of Wildlife Resources Southeastern Region Conservation Officer Chuck Lawrence arranged to have the large animal removed from the...

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Wednesday, April 20th, 2022

Life’s Worth Living Walk-a-thon a success

The Life’s Worth Living Foundation, a group aimed at preventing suicide and helping those who have struggled, raised over $6,000 during  their annual Walk-a-Thon at the Stansbury High School track last weekend. Around 50 participants, including school...

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